Hotels at the heart of the country

With so much to explore within the Hidden England area why not consider staying a few days? Most of the attractions are based within a one hour drive time of each other making it the perfect place to explore some of the England’s best heritage sites and glorious gardens.


Hambleton Hall

In 1980 Tim and Stefa Hart established Hambleton Hall, one of Britain’s finest country house hotels. The lakeside setting is spectacular and only some two and a half hours north of central London. Michelin, The Good Food Guide, The AA, The Good Hotel Guide, Andrew Harper and others have consistently rated both the hotel and restaurant as amongst the Nation’s very best. The Hotel remains small (17 rooms) and are under the same ownership and direction whilst the restaurant is a haven for gourmets and wine lovers.

The Lincoln Hotel

The Lincoln Hotel is set in the very heart of uphill Lincoln, with the best views of the Cathedral to be found in the city. This stunning part of Lincoln is packed full of history, glamour and sophistication. The recently restored 1960s retro Hotel has spectacular views, extensive sunny entertaining spaces and lots of parking. That's it’s such a perfect place to meet-up with friends, family and colleagues. The family owned Hotel is very involved with the life of the Cathedral and University and an enthusiastic supporter of Lincoln's cultural life. There's always lots going on in the City.

Barnsdale Lodge

Barnsdale Lodge Hotel is Rutlands finest farmhouse hotel providing great food and comfortable accommodation on the North shore of Rutland Water in the heart of the beautiful, unspoilt, county of Rutland, just a few minutes from the historic towns of Oakham, Oundle, Uppingham and Stamford. Guests at Barnsdale Lodge Hotel can expect the very best food, wine and personal service in the conservatory, theatre, cottage room, main dining room, one of the function suites or alfresco dining in the courtyard.

Wyndham Garden Hotels

This traditional countryside hotel is situated just outside Grantham with easy access to the A1. The subdued rooms feature en suite bathrooms and free Internet access, plus TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some rooms also have 4-poster beds and Jacuzzi tubs.There's an on-site bar and a restaurant serving traditional British pub food, as well as 3 conference suites and 8 meeting rooms. The on-site spa has a sauna and a steam room, and there's an indoor heated pool on-site too.

The Olive Branch

The Olive Branch in Clipsham, Rutland, has an enviable reputation as one of the best dining pubs in the East Midlands. It’s the Good Pub Guide’s Leicestershire & Rutland Dining Pub of the Year 2019 (second year running), Great Food Club Overall Pub of the Year 2018/19 and was named as one of the UK’s 10 best pubs with rooms in February 2019’s Food & Travel Magazine. It has six luxurious bedrooms at Beech House (4 AA Gold Stars), which stands opposite pub. At Beech House guests can expect en suite bathrooms, roll-top baths, hand-stitched mattresses, Egyptian cotton sheets and feather down duvets and award-winning breakfasts.

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