Located in Great Hale, this twin is 20.5 miles from Lincoln. The property is 27.3 miles from Peterborough and free private parking is provided. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. The kitchenette is equipped with a toaster. A flat-screen TV is offered. Skegness is 28.6 miles from The Old Stable, while Stamford is 23.6 miles from the property. The nearest airport is Humberside Airport, 42.3 miles from the property.
Between Spalding and Market Deeping, St Nicholas House is an 18th-century manor house in the Lincolnshire countryside. A popular setting for corporate functions, it offers en-suite accommodation with free parking and WiFi. A characterful building with contemporary interiors, St Nicholas House offers rooms with en-suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, hairdryers and tea/coffee making facilities. Ironing and laundry services are available. A cooked full English and Continental buffet breakfast are served. The property also serves evening meals and afternoon tea, and a café menu of light lunch dishes. St Nicholas House is around 17 miles from Boston and Peterborough, with King’s Lynn and Melton Mowbray both around 50 minutes’ drive. The historic cities of Cambridge and Lincoln are both just over 1 hour away.
A country guest house, Mareham House Bed and Breakfast provides luxurious en suite accommodation. The eco-friendly renovated farm house still grows its own fruit and vegetables. A full English breakfast is available, using meat and eggs sourced from local farms. Other cooked breakfasts are on offer using Lincolnshire produce. Sleaford Railway Station and town centre, is just 5 miles from Mareham House and both Boston and Grantham are within 30 minutes’ drive. Mareham House has a 4-star Enjoy England Guest Accommodation Rating and welcomes both walkers and cyclists. For every room booked through Booking.com Mareham House will plant an English fruit tree to help reverse the decline in the English orchards and help to increase the bee population.
Pros: The location by the river and an easy walk into Town. Hotel facilities good and friendly staff.
Pros: The staff were excellent. All meals were to a very high standard and the service was excellent. The jazz band at Sunday lunch time was a nice idea.
Pros: Standard of room and bathroom were excellent. Breakfast was first class. Hotel very stylish.
Cons: Not really apart from room overlooked road and could be a problem to light sleepers.
Pros: Stayed at Cley Hall for 1 night whilst visiting family. Excellent location, excellent room, very clean, staff extremely helpful. Excellent breakfast. Cannot fault Cley Hall. Would definitely use again
Pros: The room was modern and tastefully furnished. The food was well presented and tasty.
Cons: Looked a little rough from the outside
Pros: Friendly, helpful staff and very nicely decorated rooms throughout the hotel. The location of the hotel was especially good for access to the town centre.
Cons: There was a slight problem with slow service at breakfast on the second morning.
Pros: Excellent location 2 mins from town centre, opposite river. Tastefully restored elegant Georgian manor house. Very well presented rooms and annexe. Large rear well kept garden and terrace. Ample car parking. Excellent full English breakfast, using some of the finest sausages. Very helpful, polite staff. Relaxing lounge, elegantly furnished with free papers, leading to full modern bar.
Cons: highly recommended, very pleasant stay
Pros: All good except as stated below. Restaurant excellent.
Cons: This is the second time I have booked this hotel online using this facility. The first occasion my reservation was made for the day before I arrived in spite of my confirmation showing the dates I booked. On this occasion the hotel had not been notified of my reservation and therefore had no record of me. This is not acceptable after a six hour journey to get there and find there is no room.
Pros: Lovely historic building in process of refurbishment and redecoration.excellent food in restaurant . freindly , helpfull staff couldnt help enough with any request.
Cons: Some work still in progress.
Pros: Good breakfast, nice lad on reception in the morning,nice flat screen tv although had to tune it in ourselves!!
Cons: Hotel not recieved our booking, they had a wedding on luckily they had a room, although I dont think that it was the executive suite we had booked by looking at the picture when we got back, the room was across the yard went straight on to a beige carpet which was dirty! Told no dining that evening due to the wedding (are they allowed to do that) good job we were going out for a chinese.
Located near a train station, Cley Hall Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Spalding. Guests can visit the fitness center for a workout or grab a bite to eat at Garden Room Restaurant, which serves breakfast and dinner. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer LCD TVs and room service.
A warm welcome awaits you here at The Woodlands Hotel, an elegant Edwardian House set on the outskirts of an English market town. Distinctive in its architecture and steeped in character, the hotel exudes the feeling of sophistication and of times gone by. The Woodlands Hotel features the Oak Leaf Restaurant, the Silver Birch Meeting Room, the Willows Bar, the Patio Garden area, a Bridal Suite, five sumptuous en suite bedrooms and 11 further well-appointed bedrooms with en suite facilities. One of our rooms on the ground floor is designated with an accessible bedroom for disabled guests. This Edwardian house is truly a place of inspiration where you and your guests can relax and enjoy impeccable service. Our Chef has designed an excellent Restaurant menu all sourced from local suppliers. With fish, poultry & meat to choose from as well as the most delicious choice of desserts, it s the little touches that ensure you ll soon be back. We look forward to welcoming you, whether its for a business trip or relaxing & romantic weekend, to dine in our restaurant or simply have a drink in our bar.
The White Hart Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Boston. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. There's also a terrace, and rooms at this romantic hotel offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
When you stay at Boston West Hotel, you can practice your swing on the golf course. For a bite to eat, guests can check out West Woods Restaurant, which serves British cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Situated in Bourne, this inn is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Paint A Pot Place and within 12 mi (20 km) of Grimsthorpe Castle and John Clare Cottage. Rutland Open Air Theatre and Pinchbeck Engine Museum are also within 16 mi (25 km).
Enjoy your visit to Boston with a stay at The Red Lion. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Other highlights include a terrace and a garden.
A great stay at Toft Country House Hotel and Golf Club in Bourne can include a round of golf at the 18-hole course. You can indulge in facials or mani/pedis, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
When visiting Spalding, The Mansion House is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. Rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Situated in the town centre of Bourne, Angel at Bourne is a modernised traditional inn which offers bed and breakfast accommodation. Dating back to the 18th century, Angel at Bourne is just 10 minutes' drive from Grimsthorpe Castle, Bourne Wood, and The Willoughby Memorial Trust Gallery. All rooms are en suite, and all have a TV with Freeview. Free Wi-Fi is available in some rooms. Breakfast is included in the room rate, and guests can choose from a self-service selection of yoghurts and juices, or alternatively a full English breakfast cooked to order. The cathedral city of Peterborough is just a 30-minute drive from the Angel at Bourne.
Built in 1900 The Riverside Hotel was originally part of the railway station until it changed into a public house in the 1950 s. It has a separate bar area for drinkers and a separate dining area including a conservatory where you can eat and look over the river glen outside. The pub has a wonderful decked outside area which includes tables and thatched roof umbrellas to sit under in the nicer weather and look at the river whilst enjoying a drink and some traditional home cooked fare. Overnight guests please be aware the stairs to the rooms are quite steep and the rooms (although Clean and tidy) are of a basic design and our single room, unfortunately, has the boiler in it which will create noise, so light sleepers may wish to choose another room to ensure a good nights sleep.