"If you are wanting to stay somewhere extra-special when you visit Lincolnshire, then you'll want to read about our five favourite boutique hotels"
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There are times when you’re looking for a getaway that offers you a higher class of accommodation. When you are searching for somewhere to stay in Lincolnshire that is extra-special, then what you need is our guide to the top Five Beautiful Boutique Hotels in Lincolnshire.
Lincolnshire has a great number of amazing places to stay so picking out the top 5 has been a difficult task. That said, we’re confident we’ve chosen what we consider to be the best five boutique hotels in Lincolnshire. Take a look for yourself and we’re sure that you’ll agree!
The Brackenborough Hotel has a relaxed, charming atmosphere and is located just outside the picturesque market town of Louth, nestled in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Louth is one of those small towns that is often overlooked but offers so much to its visitors. It was voted the UK’s favourite market town by the BBC’s Countryfile magazine in 2012, and The Lincolnshire Wolds is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Located within this beautiful market town, the Brackenborough Hotel provides you with comfort and luxury as you step out and explore the gorgeous countryside.
The Brackenborough Hotel has created a look that is both intimate and stylish, offering a warm welcome as you step through the doors. Set within lovingly landscaped gardens, and with stunning views across the Lincolnshire Wolds, you can relax in the informal lounge area, seated on soft sofas with a chic bar nearby serving real ales and a selection of fine wines.
As an extra bonus, all visitors staying at the hotel are given free passes to the nearby leisure facility – The Meridan Centre, which was opened in 2010 and has a well-equipped gym, eight lane swimming pool, sauna and steam room.
There are 24 individually designed en-suite bedrooms. All of the rooms combine luxury with all the creature comforts you will need – from large, feather-soft beds, to the finest Egyptian bed linen, fluffy clean towels, and complementary toiletries.
The ethos behind the Brackenborough Hotel’s Bistro Bar is to serve “good wholesome food prepared to perfection” – which it does admirably. The food is delicious, locally sourced and beautifully presented. The hotel prides itself on showcasing local produce – such as the award-winning Cote Hill Blue Cheese from Market Rasen.
The Brackenborough Hotel is a boutique hotel in Lincolnshire that offers its customers comfort, style, superb food, a perfect location and good value for money – simply perfect!
Address: Brackenborough Hotel, Cordeaux Corner, Louth, Lincolnshire LN11 OSZ
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The William Cecil at Stamford offers its residents something truly unique – 21st Century comfort beautifully paired with an 18th Century setting.
Located at the edge of the lovely Georgian town of Stamford, The William Cecil encapsulates the style of architecture that was popular during this era, withiconic sandstone brick work and tall elegant windows.
It is less than 2 miles from the A1, giving easy access to long-distance travellers, and is situated on the delightful Burghley Estate.
Burghley House, described as ‘the most beautiful Elizabethan house in England’ by the Heritage Trail, is a stunning stately home and is only a few minutes’ walk away. Residents can access the Burghley Estate through the hotel’s garden.
The William Cecil Hotel was completely refurbished in 2011 and, using Burghley House as its inspiration, it was finished to reflect the opulence and style of the upper classes. The hotel is luxurious without feeling oppressive or pretentious. A friendly, relaxed atmosphere is the order of the day and the efficient, helpful staff are always available to ensure this is maintained.
There are 27 individually themed and well-equipped en-suite rooms at The William Cecil at Stamford. The beds are designed for comfort and use the finest quality Egyptian bed linen to ensure a great night’s sleep for every guest.
The rooms also include free wi-fi, flat screen televisions, complementary toiletries, specialty tea/coffee/biscuits as standard. You”l even receive a complementary sample of organic vodka!
There are two excellent restaurants for you to choose from located at The William Cecil, both serving delicious local produce that is expertly cooked and stylishly presented. From breakfast and elevenses, to lunch and afternoon tea, right through to a hearty dinner – The William Cecil has culinary delights for every palate.
Pet lovers will also be happy to know that The William Cecil at Stamford is a dog-friendly hotel, so Spot won’t have to miss out on any of the fun! There are specific bedrooms set aside for pooches and their owners.
As an extra treat for your four-legged friends, they can even sit and have breakfast with you as they would at home. Simply inform reception of your breakfast requirements the night before – and both owner and dog breakfasts will be served together in the bar area. For total canine indulgence, the William Cecil even has a room-service menu tailored specifically for dogs.
Address: The William Cecil, St Martins, Stamford, Lincolnshire PE9 2LJ
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Allington Manor is a Grade II listed Jacobean manor house which dates back to the 1450s. Carefully restored and preserved, the Manor combines the grandeur of a country home with the modern comforts of a boutique hotel.
Located in the quaint village of Allington, just outside Grantham, Allington Manor provides its guests with a warm welcome and a luxurious stay. The owners have put together a wonderfully informal atmosphere within a truly beautiful setting. Comfort and coziness are the two staples of the Manor’s operations and the staff strive to ensure that every resident is made to feel like nothing is too much trouble.
There are 3 de-luxe bedrooms to choose from: the stylish Lord’s Room (where previous owners of Allington Manor slept); the elegant Lady’s Room (complete with four-poster bed); and the picturesque Garden Room, complete with an enormous cast iron bath. .
Breakfast is served at the Manor each morning, although the Manor also offers evening meals on occasion. Check with reception when you book in for your stay to see what is available. For those times when you are looking to venutre out for your evening meal, The Welby Arms, a very cosy country inn situated just across the road, serves delicious food.
Residents can relax in the lovely drawing room, enjoy the stunning gardens, have a game of croquet, or explore the glorious grounds on foot or by bike. You can even borrow a bike from the Manor.
For those of you who are looking for a spot of pampering along with your stay, you can pre-book treatments at Allington Manor’s very own spa.
Address: Old Manor House, Bottesford Road, Grantham NG32 2DH
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The Advocate Arms Hotel in Market Rasen is the perfect place to visit if you want a beautiful boutique hotel coupled with an award-winning restaurant.
Perfect for all foodies, the Advocate Arms restaurant has been included in the 2014 Michelin Guide to the UK’s Top 500 Restaurants, and it has also gained the prestigious AA Rosette award for dining. With these accolades behind it, you know the food is going to be excellent. From a hearty breakfast to keep you going throughout the day to a delicious dinner at the end of a fantastic day, you certainly won’t be disappointed!
Speaking of fantastic days out, the hotel is perfectly situated if you fancy heading to the Market Rasen Races or want to explore the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds.
There are 10 stylishly appointed bedrooms at The Advocate Arms, ranging from twin rooms to superior doubles and each room has been finished to a modern standard. Ultra comfortable beds await you, with memory foam mattresses and soft Egyptian cotton bed linen. You’ll also be treated to large bathrooms, free wi-fi, wall-mounted televisions and a well-stocked hospitality tray.
Address: 2 Queen Street, Market Rasen, LN8 3EH
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The Old Rectory at Stewton is a charming boutique b&b located on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, just 2 miles from Louth. It features in The Good Hotel Guide and gets 5 star rave reviews from all who stay there – it really is a hidden gem.
The Old Rectory is a charming and elegant place to stay and is a haven of tranquility. The light and airy reception rooms – a comfy lounge and a conservatory that overlooks the lovely gardens – are great places to unwind.
You will be made to feel most welcome for the duration of your stay – nothing is too much trouble for your genial hosts.
Bedrooms at The Old Rectory are both quirky and spectacular – some have four-poster beds and roll top baths. All are immaculately decorated and exceptionally comfortable. Bathrobes, complementary toiletries, a well stocked hospitality tray and free wi-fi are standard.
The owners of this boutique b&b pay great attention to detail, ensuring that their guests have a truly comfortable stay – things such as blackout blinds and season-appropriate bedding (so that you won’t be boiling under a thick duvet in the middle of summer!) really do make all the difference.
Breakfasts here are legendary. Even if you have a very early morning start, you will still receive a Full Lincolnshire Breakfast served with a smile!
The Old Rectory at Stewton is both dog and motorcycle friendly (it’s less than 10 miles away from Cadwell Park).
There are plenty of great places to eat in nearby Louth – just ask your hosts for the best places.
The Old Rectory at Stewton offers luxury hotel accommodation in a beautiful country setting at very reasonable prices – it’s no wonder that guests keep returning time after time!
Address: The Old Rectory, Stewton, Louth, LN11 8SF
Image copyright: www.louthbedandbreakfast.co.uk
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