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Wrangham House Hotel


It's an Eighteenth Century vicarage
Converted with sympathy and care
And Mine Hosts Peter and Stacey
Both genially greet you there.
 
There's a snug little bar with
Wines and spirits for good cheer
And, for ale drinkers like me, cold
Pints of John Smith's Smooth beer.
The menu is extensive but
It doesn't matter what you eat
You can bet your bottom dollar
That every meal is a treat.
There's an air of welcome
In every aspect of the place
So nice to be always greeted
By a pleasant and smiling face.
You can walk about the village
Or just wander around
Enjoying the ambience of
Their very pleasant grounds.
Such a very nice place
With everything it takes
For long relaxing holidays
Or just for short breaks.
In the County of Yorkshire,
Which, for what its worth,
In its own quiet way, beautiful
As any place on this Earth
 
 
Mine Hosts Peter and Stacey
Both genially greet you there
In their Eighteenth Century vicarage
Converted with sympathy and care
 
 
 


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Wrangham House Hotel