We have over 1,000 rooms nationwide – and, at Wetherspoon, our hotels combine the very best customer experience with superb quality and value.
Our hotels provide several facilities, such as unlimited free Wi-Fi in all bedrooms, 24-hour reception, complimentary tea and coffee, plus a Freeview TV. Other hotels also offer meeting rooms, step-free access and parking – visit the hotel’s website page for more information.
Below, we take a look inside three of our newest hotels. Click here to find a Wetherspoon hotel – and book your get-away.
29 Bethlehem Street
The Yarborough Hotel is a 36-bedroom hotel, including 13 family rooms and rooms for those with disabilities. While the hotel opened in November 2016, the pub opened as a Wetherspoon on 28 May 1997.
Grimsby, also known as Great Grimsby, is a large town most commonly known for its fishing heritage. Although the fishing trade has since quietened down, Grimsby still has strong roots to its fishing heritage and still claims to provide the best fish and chips in England. The hotel is just a three-minute walk from Freshney Place Shopping Centre, and the popular seaside resort of Cleethorpes is only a short train/bus journey away.
40 Market Square
We’re proud to have refurbished this beautiful grade II listed building back into a hotel. Located in the heart of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, the hotel has 14 bedrooms. The pub, which opened as a Wetherspoon on 4 June 2010, has a courtyard and two cosy fires for the winter months, with an extensive range of food and drinks.
Aylesbury, located in Buckinghamshire, is a bustling market town with a variety of markets throughout the week. The town centre has many pubs, bars and restaurants and is a five-minute walk from The Aylesbury Waterside Theatre. London Marylebone is 45 minutes by train. The popular Bicester Village shopping outlet is 30 minutes’ car/train ride away. Oxford is a 40-minute bus ride as is the shopping and entertainment hub of Milton Keynes. Luton Airport is 40 minutes’ drive away, making this a great pit-stop for tourists and day-trippers exploring what Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire have to offer.
Sandford House has 22 en suite rooms, and a warm and inviting pub forms part of the hotel, making Sandford House a perfect stay for families, leisure or business.
Huntingdon is a picturesque market town in Cambridgeshire, England. The town was chartered in 1205 by King John. It is the traditional county town of Huntingdonshire, the seat of the Huntingdonshire District Council. It is known as the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell, who was born in 1599 and was the member of parliament for the town in the 17th century.