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Lowther HotelAnother ‘Englands Oldest Hotel’ article has been published, this time in the Exeter Express & Echo titled: Hotel in Yorkshire named as oldest in England after Royal Clarence burnt down.

Read the complete article here: http://www.exeterexpressandecho.co.uk/hotel-in-yorkshire-named-as-oldest-in-england-after-royal-clarence-burnt-down/story-30016642-detail/story.html


A 200-year-old hotel has claimed the prestigious accolade of becoming Britain’s oldest hotel by default – after its predecessor burnt down.
The Lowther Hotel in Goole, East Yorks, was given the title after it was built two centuries ago to house architects and engineers who designed local waterways.

Owners Howard and Julie Duckworth were delighted by putting the Aire Street hotel on the map.

Read more: http://www.exeterexpressandecho.co.uk/hotel-in-yorkshire-named-as-oldest-in-england-after-royal-clarence-burnt-down/story-30016642-detail/story.html