The Black Swan Guest House, Gainsborough

A tastefully refurbished Grade II listed former coaching inn just 5 miles south of Gainsborough.

A warm welcome awaits you at this family run bed and breakfast. The Black Swan Guest House is a Grade II listed building and has been tastefully refurbished from its former life as an 18th Century Coaching Inn and has been awarded the Certificate of Excellence in 2014 by TripAdvisor.

The Guest House is centrally located in the small Lincolnshire village of Marton, 5 miles south of the historic market town of Gainsborough and only a 20 minute drive to the beautiful city of Lincoln.

There are nine en-suite bedrooms to choose from, with 3 units located on the ground floor

 

 

 

 

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