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Festival Promises

Feast of Entertainment Georgian colour, spectacle and heritage make Stamford’s third Georgian Festival (21-24 September) an unmissable weekend. Organisers South Kesteven District Council confirm a return of popular highlights from 2015, including the sell-out Georgian Costume Ball, historic venues such as the Town Hall opening their doors, street markets and an outdoor re-enactment of the town’s bloody Bull Run tradition. Horses and a vintage carriage will again deliver unforgettable rides through the town’s ancient streets and the historic Meadows area will host military encampments and period stallholders. Stamford’s Georgian heritage will come to life with a talk by Amanda Vickery, English historian, writer, radio and television presenter, one of a programme of talks set to enthrall and inform. New on the programme is Mad Science - with a Georgian twist - bringing kids the fun, the amazement and the wonder of all things science to The Corn Exchange for school and family shows.


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Discover a corner of Lincolnshire with so many reasons to stay awhile Historic market towns, picturesque villages and tempting places to stay amidst outstanding countryside make South Lincolnshire a must-visit destination. Visitors are spoilt for choice for accommodation, from five star luxury to a cosy country cottage. Our castles and

stately homes take you back in time, our town centres offer modern bustle, ancient hostelries and breweries add a taste of class and our festivals and arts centres entertain royally. We sit at the gateway to a fascinating county, one of England’s most enthralling, with pride in our own very special attractions, heritage and warmth of welcome.

Visit Stamford


Visit Grantham


Visit Bourne


Visit The Deepings


Visit Rutland


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Stamford I

t’s a memorable year for picturesque and ancient Stamford – 50 years since it became the first conservation town in the country. 2017 gives the mellow limestone town particular reason to celebrate, and extra impetus for the autumn’s Georgian Festival (21-24 September). It will be the third such festival organised by South Kesteven District Council, building on two superb events crammed with colour, spectacle, markets, military re-enactments and costume with historic venues opening their doors to host events. Stamford, boasts over 600-plus listed limestone buildings, is the perfect festival backdrop with a stone heritage which has drawn accolades over the years, and tourists from far and wide. Visitors sense the modern vibrancy and community spirit which won the national accolade of Britain’s best place to live


set to celebrate

in 2013. Unchanged stone and cobbled streets, narrow alleyways and hidden courtyards reveal niche shops, tea rooms, eateries, designer boutiques and a bustling Friday market with a Farmers Market every fortnight. Stamford’s busy Tourist Information Centre sits within the Arts Centre on St Mary’s Street - built in 1768 and one of the oldest provincial theatres in England - with accommodation information, town guides, local walks and valuable advice. Follow the Town Trail along streets that once echoed to one of England’s bloodiest customs - the Stamford Bull Run - or relax on water meadows beside the winding River Welland. Ancient 15th century almhouses at Browne’s Hospital are open during the summer and Melbourn Brothers’ All Saints Brewery combines antiquity with a decent tipple.

Visit the Town Hall to read the tale of Daniel Lambert – once Britain’s fattest man - whose effigy ushers you in to see priceless regalia, paintings depicting the Bull Run and perhaps a peep at the restored cells? Stamford has retained whole streets entirely made up of Georgian houses, an architectural legacy which has drawn innumerable film companies for classics such as Pride and Prejudice and the BBC TV series of Middlemarch. A wealth of attractions lie on the town’s doorstep including Burghley House, an Elizabethan gem, and Rutland Water to the west is a haven for fishing, cycling, walking sailing and wildlife. Stamford Shakespeare Company at nearby Tolethorpe Hall presents one of the finest open air theatre summer seasons, and make a date for the annual Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials (31 August – 3 September) to enjoy world class equestrian horse trials action with its own shopping offer of 600+retail outlets. 5

Places to visit in Stamford Browne’s Hospital

Broad Street, Stamford PE9 1PF Almshouse built in 1475, original furniture and stained glass. T. 01780 763153

Stamford Town Hall

St. Mary’s Street, Stamford PE9 2DR This historic building was purpose built in 1728 and houses an extensive collection of regalia. Free guided tours available. T. 01780 753808

All Saints Brewery

All Saints Street, Stamford PE9 2PA Restored Victorian steam brewery with award winning fruit beers. T. 01780 752186

Stamford Arts Centre

St. Mary’s Street, Stamford PE9 2DL Drawing on a rich heritage dating from the eighteenth century, Stamford Arts Centre aims to provide the best in live arts. T. 01780 763203

Burghley House

Stamford, PE9 3JY One of the most impressive Elizabethan houses in England, with 18 treasure-filled state rooms. T. 01780 752451


The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials 31 August - 3 September 2017 T. 01780 752131 Box Office for ticket information from 1 May T. 01933 304744.

St.Martins Antique Centre 23a High Street St. Martins, Stamford PE9 2LF An extensive centre with over 70 dealers. T. 01780 481158 E.

Stamford Leisure Centre Drift Road, Stamford PE9 1UZ Includes a pool with wave machine and flume, health and fitness suite. T. 01780 765522

Corn Exchange Theatre

Broad Street, Stamford PE9 1PX Refurbished almost entirely by volunteers with a wide range of arts events from local amateur and professional companies. T. 01780 766455 www.stamfordcorn

Stamford Guided Town Walks

With Jill Collinge Blue Badge Guide. Discover why Stamford is recognised as one of the finest stone towns in Britain. For private or group guided walks call Jill on T. 01780 729076 E. jillcollinge2002@

Stamford Shakespeare Company

Tolethorpe Hall, Little Casterton Nr. Stamford PE9 4BH The magic of Tolethorpe begins the moment you take your seat in one of Europe’s finest open air theatres on a warm summer evening. T. 01780 756133 www.stamfordshakespeare.

Discover Stamford

Stamford Library High Street Stamford, PE9 2BB Explore the charm and architecture that made Stamford England’s first conservation town. T. 01522 782010 stamfordlibrary

Stamford Tourist Information 27 St. Mary’s Street, Stamford, PE9 2DL E. stamfordtic@ T. 01780 755611

Photograph courtesy of Burghley Horse Trials Picture: Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials 7

Grantham a town of genius and firsts


rom ancient coaching inns to celebrated home town status for world leaders in their fields, Grantham has tempting credentials and a host of reasons to visit. Sir Isaac Newton, born just south of Grantham at Woolsthorpe Manor, inspires a biennial Gravity Fields Festival which offers a mix of science, arts, heritage, outdoor events and sheer spectacle. It’s an event that drew an audience of 68,000 to the town in 2016, with a host of eminent patrons, speakers and world class arts entertainment. Woolsthorpe Manor staged a mini festival at the same time to celebrate the ‘Year of Wonders’ as visitors and the scientific community marked the 350th anniversary of Newton’s law of gravitational forces – prompted by the falling apple at his birthplace. Grantham Museum has a permanent exhibition dedicated to one of the town’s


most famous daughters and the country’s first woman Prime Minister – Margaret Thatcher. There is also a reminder of Edith Smith, the first woman police constable in England given full powers of arrest in 1915. Mentioned as a Royal Manor in the Domesday Book, Grantham has come a long way since the days when it was recognised as a stopping place for kings and nobleman. The Angel and Royal Hotel, originally a court of King John, still welcomes visitors to its High Street location, adding to Grantham’s wealth of hotel accommodation in and around the town. Trains on the direct east coast rail line to London are operated by Virgin and Hull Trains, bringing Grantham to within an hour’s travel from London. The town’s parish church of St Wulfram’s boasts a soaring 282ft spire – one of the most important town churches in England. Grantham’s cafe culture goes from strength to strength, with specialist cafe’s vying for trade alongside restaurants from award wining Harry’s Place, one of the smallest dining experiences with a Michelin rating in the UK, to eating places for every palate. A bustling Saturday street market serves a growing population of over 40,000, with Grantham’s growth agenda now delivering results with work well under way on the southern relief road to compliment its first class road links. It has one of the best leisure facilities in the East Midlands at The Meres and a wealth of other attractions from championship standard 18 hole golf courses to smaller

rural courses, impressive castles and manor houses, and unrivalled countryside for walking, riding and cycling. Grantham has a wonderful choice of places to visit as well as a selection of splendid parks and open spaces for people to spend their leisure time. On its doorstep are lots of local attractions including Belton House, Belvoir Castle, the seat of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland, Grimsthorpe Castle, Burghley House near Stamford, home of the famous horse trials and world class show jumping at Arena UK near Grantham. On top of that there’s the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of events covering everything from theatre through to music and art. All that’s left is to find a great place to stay to savour all that the area has to offer. And we have plenty of those too. From hotels to coaching inns, b & b’s, to guest houses, farmhouses to self catering accommodation, we have something to suit every taste and budget. 9

Places to visit in Grantham St. Wulfram’s Church

Church Street, Grantham NG31 6RR St Wulfram’s Church is a 13th-14th century church with one of the finest steeples in the country at 282 feet. T. 01476 561342

Grantham House

Castlegate, Grantham NG31 6SS This handsome town house dates from 1380, with architecture from various eras and a walled riverside garden. Access by appointment.

Boothby Pagnell Manor

Boothby Pagnell Nr. Grantham, NG33 4DQ This Norman manor is just five miles from Grantham on the B1176. Access by appointment. T. 01476 585374


Harlaxton Manor

Harlaxton Nr. Grantham NG32 1AG Masterpiece built in the 1830’s, and now a residential college. Open days and house tours can be arranged. T. 01476 403000

Belvoir Castle

Belvoir Nr. Grantham NG32 1PE A romantic 19th century turreted castle set high on a hill, home to the Duke of Rutland. State rooms, art treasures, formal gardens and re-enactments. T. 01476 871001

Woolsthorpe Manor

(National Trust) Water Lane, Woolsthorpe by Colsterworth, NG33 5PD The 17th century birthplace

and family home of Sir Isaac Newton who formulated some of his major works here. Discovery centre and cafe. T. 01476 862823

Manor Stables Craft Centre

Lincoln Road, Fulbeck Nr. Grantham NG32 3JN Manor Stables offers a unique centre for traditional and contemporary crafts. T. 01400 272779

Belton House Grantham

(National Trust) Belton Nr. Grantham NG32 2LS Explore delightful gardens and lakeside. Adventure playground and miniature train. T. 01476 566116 belton

Grantham Museum

St Peter’s Hill, Grantham NG31 6PY Grantham Museum was founded by local dignitary Henry Preston in the early 20th century. T. 01476 568783 www.granthammuseum.

The Reel Cinema

St Catherine’s Road, Grantham, NG31 6TP T. 01476 570046

Meres Leisure Centre

Trent Road, Grantham NG31 7XQ The centre offers four swimming pools, flume and jacuzzi. ‘Meres Live’ events in 1,300 seat auditorium. T. 01476 581930

The Guildhall Arts Centre and Tourist Information

St. Peter’s Hill, Grantham NG31 6PZ This Victorian building is set in the heart of the town. Today it is a lively arts centre, with theatre, music and workshops. T. 01476 406158

Easton Walled Gardens

Easton Nr. Grantham NG33 5AP Twelve acres of nationally important gardens restored from dereliction and set in a delightful valley. Lunches /teas overlooking the gardens. T. 01476 530063

Ellys Manor House

Dallygate, Great Ponton Nr. Grantham, NG33 5DP Visit ancient Ellys Manor House

with its fabulous late medieval wall paintings. T. 01476 530023

Wyndham Park

Hill Avenue, Grantham NG31 9BB Wyndham Park has been awarded the prestigious Green Flag status for a fifth consecutive year. www.wyndhamparkgrantham.

2-6 North Parade

Grantham NG31 8AN Birthplace and childhood home of Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s first female Prime Minister and now operating as Living Health. Her place of worship was the Methodist Church on Finkin Street. 11


A market town with ancient roots


nown worldwide as the birthplace of motor racing, home of both English Racing Automobiles and British Racing Motors, Bourne today is a thriving market town with a charm of its own. Its Heritage Museum is a popular visitor attraction in Baldock’s Mill, Bourne’s only remaining mill of the three listed in the Domesday Book, complete with its new mill wheels. It’s where local history comes to life, from the water and railway industries to agriculture, wartime memorabilia and Raymond Mays, Bourne’s most famous racing driver. It celebrates a motor racing heritage that saw Graham Hill and Jackie Stewart at the wheel of Bourne-manufactured Formula 1 cars. Modern Bourne welcomes visitors to that rare commodity – free parking. Significant regeneration has added a spring to its step, with independent shops and a traditional market on Thursdays. Its name comes from the Anglo Saxon meaning water or stream and it has been a thoroughfare since the times of the Romans. It is reputedly the birthplace of both Hereward the Wake, leader of the local resistance to the Norman Conquest of England, and Charles Worth, widely considered as the father of haute couture. Renowned for its open spaces, parks and woodland and with 71 listed buildings, Bourne has a pleasant setting with attractive countryside and villages to visit. Close to Bourne is one of the best walking areas in the district – Bourne Wood – a Forestry Commission-owned remnant of the


wild wood that cloaked England after the last ice age with miles of accessible well-marked tracks and a large picnic area. Don’t miss Grimsthorpe Castle to the west, open from April to September. Built in 1540 for a visit by Henry Vlll, it has magnificent state rooms with collections, tapestries and paintings, 3000 acres of landscaped parkland, gardens, adventure playground, cycle trail and hire shop.

Bourne Heritage Centre

Baldock’s Mill, 21 South Street, PE10 9LY Once a working mill, now a heritage centre. One floor devoted to Raymond Mays with BRM Cups. Other displays feature the heritage of Bourne and Charles F Worth. T. 01778 422775

The Bowthorpe Oak

Bowthorpe Park Farm, Manthorpe, Nr. Bourne An ancient hollow oak tree with massive girth – as featured in the Guinness Book of Records and also mentioned in the Domesday Book.

Bourne Woods

An attractive Forestry Commission woodland with a picnic area. Other woods in the area include Twyford Wood near Colsterworth and Morkery Wood. T. 0300 067 4448

Grimsthorpe Castle

Grimsthorpe PE10 0LY Built in 1540 for a visit by Henry VIII. State rooms with collections, tapestries and paintings. Landscaped parkland, gardens, adventure playground, cycle trail, hire shop and events. T. 01778 591205

Bourne Corn Exchange

Located in Abbey Road. See shows or hire out the hall for events and activities. T. 01778 423579

Bourne Outdoor Swimming Pool

Abbey Lawns, Abbey Road,Bourne, PE10 9EP T. 01778 422063 13

Market Deeping and Deeping St James ..........including West Deeping and Langtoft


estling beside the River Welland, on the southern borders of South Kesteven, sits the town of Market Deeping and the villages of Deeping St James, West Deeping and Langtoft . Collectively known as The Deepings, there is a wealth of local history to explore alongside all the trappings of modern day life. Home to charming 17th century stone buildings, Market Deeping developed around the original commercial use of the river. It is still a major asset providing scenic walks and hosting some of the town’s popular events such as The Deepings Raft Race and the annual Duck Race.


Now considered one of best districts to live in, according to a Halifax Quality of Life survey, The Deepings has developed significantly over the years, attracting major new businesses while still acting as a service centre. For visitors and locals alike there is the beautiful Grade 1 listed church of St Guthlac - continuously in use in Market Deeping for at least 800 years - as well as notable inns, award winning restaurants and a good range of shops. There is an antiques and craft centre open to the public seven days a week, with antique furniture, books, pictures and lots more, plus stunning countryside to explore.

Market Deeping Antiques Centre 50-56 High Street, Market Deeping, PE6 8EB Tel: 01778 380238

Tallington Lakes Leisure Park

Barholm Road, Tallington, Nr. Stamford, PE9 4RJ Water sports, climbing tower, dry slope skiing and krazy karts are available at Tallington Lakes between Stamford and Market Deeping. Tel: 01778 347000

Vine House Farm

Deeping St. Nicholas, Nr. Spalding, PE11 3DG Farm walks and open days at Deeping St. Nicholas designed for people to visit the farm. View the conservation measures and bird life.

Waterside Garden Centre

King Street, Baston, PE6 9NY One of the largest and most progressive centres in the area with a full range of plants and gardening products, gifts, pet and aquatics, restaurant and coffee shop. Tel: 01778 560000

Deeping Leisure Centre

Park Road, Deeping St. James, Peterborough, PE6 8NF Tel: 01778 344072 15

Visit Rutland

Small county ... big visitor attraction Rutland Cycling and the Rock Bloc

For details and accommodation:

Visit Rutland

Whitwell Leisure Park, Whitwell, Oakham, LE15 8BL T. 01780 460705 E.

Rutland Fly Fishing Adventures

The Lodge Barnsdale, North Shore, Rutland Water, LE15 8AB T. 01572 722422/07711 182853 E.

Barnsdale Gardens

Barnsdale Nr. Exton, Rutland, LE15 8AH Tel: 01572 813200

Rutland Water

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ngland’s smallest county offers a perfect escape, with its charming market towns, delightful villages and the watery expanse of Rutland Water. Whether it is walking, cycling, sailing, bird watching, exploring or just relaxing, Rutland has a tempting array of options for visitors. Oakham and Uppingham are Rutland’s two towns, each with its own charm, markets and a host of niche shops and restaurants. Rutland Water is one of the largest man made lakes in Europe. Lyndon’s nature reserve and visitor centre is the best place to hear more about its successful osprey breeding programme and there is a bird watching centre at Egleton. Walkers and cyclists will find miles of accessible waterside routes and those seeking longer distance can tackle the Rutland Round, a 65 - mile route taking in Oakham, Uppingham, Eyebrook Reservoir, Ketton, Empingham and Thistleton.

Major WW2 aviation milestone An historic aviation anniversary is set to throw fresh focus on the district’s strong WW2 American heritage


017 marks 75 years since the first arrival in the UK of USAAF personnel and will be marked by a new Friendly Invasion tourism offer across Lincolnshire and East Anglia with tailored packages for American visitors.

earlier Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur ‘Bomber’ Harris had waited in the same building with Barnes Wallace to hear if the legendary 617 Squadron had pulled off their daring Dambusters Raid with Wallace’s bouncing bomb.

It gives South Kesteven a chance to hark back to when Grantham was thronged with American troops rubbing shoulders with allied coalition forces in the 1944 build up to D-Day.

Wartime legacy is everywhere. Stamford’s Town Hall displays a Wilkinson Sword, commemorated to mark the Battle of Britain and RAF Woolfox Lodge to the east of the Al contributed to Operation Glimmer as a major D-Day deception operation.

The 9th Air Force Troop Carrier Command were operational from airfields at Fulbeck, Folkingham, Barkston Heath and RAFNorth Witham, transporting British and allied troops. The invasion of Europe is considered to have started the moment the wheels of the first C47 Dakota aircraft took off late on June 5 from USAAF Station 479 (North Witham) - today known as Twyford Wood near Colsterworth. Each of the 20 aircraft was carrying elite American Pathfinder troops to parachute behind enemy lines and lay radio beacons to guide in the main offensive. General Dwight Eisenhower waved them off, and co-ordinated the allied air offensive from St Vincent’s in Grantham. A year

An isolated example of the Cold War legacy still exists near Market Deeping in the shape of an isolated bungalow, its underground bunker housing a protected operations room capable of withstanding a nuclear blast.

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CD player

Cot available

Tea/coffee facilities in room

Highchair available

Hair dryer in room

Licensed premises

Electric shaver point

Evening meals available

Electric shower

Cater for special diets

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Dog accepted by arrangement

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Conference facilities available

Licensed bar on site

Short break packages available

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Working farm

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one star will be simple and practical with no frills and a five star will be exceptional with a degree of luxury. All Stars reflect quality and range of facilities offered. Hotel stars also take into account services offered. For self assessed properties (those listed with no logos) we recommend you look at reviews on Trip Advisor (

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How to get here By Road The A1 main trunk road from London to Edinburgh passes close to Stamford and Grantham. From the M1, leave at junction 25 and take the A52 from Derby to Grantham or leave at junction 21 and take the A46/607 from Leicester via Melton to Grantham. Stamford is approximately 20 miles south of Grantham via the A1.

By Rail Grantham is just over an hour direct from London’s Kings Cross, and 35 minutes direct from Nottingham. There is a connecting train from Peterborough or Leicester to Stamford.

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Hotels & Inns Greetham Valley Hotel, Greetham, Nr Stamford


Wood Lane, Greetham, Oakham, Rutland LE15 7SN Robert & Dee Hinch T. 01780 460444 E. Set in beautiful countryside, yet only one mile from A1. Thirty five spacious en-suite bedrooms, conference and banqueting rooms. Renowned for excellent dining and welcoming, friendly staff. Two championship golf courses on-site, plus other leisure facilities. Price range per room: £85 - £115 Rooms: double: 15(e) twin: 20(e) R

The Crown Hotel, All Saints Place, Stamford


All Saints Place, Stamford, Lincs PE9 2AG Mr M Thurlby T. 01780 763136 F. 01780 75611 E. Award winning town centre hotel beautifully appointed rooms with innovative features. A stunning bar and restaurant serving traditional locally sourced English food. Price range per room: £90 - £150 Rooms: double: 23(e) twin: 4(e) family: 1(e) R

The George of Stamford, Stamford


71 High Street, St.Martin’s, Stamford PE9 2LB General Manager: Mr. C. Pitman T. 01780 750750 / 750700 F. 01780 750701 E. Perhaps England’s greatest coaching inn, retaining charm & atmosphere whilst offering modern comfort. Forty five individually designed bedrooms are complemented by a superb restaurant and informal garden room. Price range per room: £120 Rooms: single: 6(e) double: 37(e) twin: 2(e)

Toft Country House Hotel, Toft, Nr Bourne Toft, Nr Bourne PE10 0JT The Reid Family T.01778 590614 E. Twenty en-suite room hotel with own 18-hole golf course driving range/practice area. Conference & banquet room. Ample parking. Toft is eight miles from Stamford and three miles from Bourne. Licensed for marriage ceremonies. Hairdressers/beauty therapist and squash court. Price range per room: £69 - £109 Rooms: double/twin: 14(e) family: 3(e) honeymoon/single: 3(e)



Hotels & Inns / Guest

Houses, Farm Houses & B&B

The White Hart, Ufford


Main Street, Ufford, Stamford, PE9 3BH T. 01780 740250 E. The White Hart is a 17th century village inn ideally located between Peterborough and Stamford. We have a cosy bar with two log burners, a restaurant, courtyard, garden and 10 en-suite bedrooms. Price: £80 per night (single), from £90 per night (double) Rooms: double/ twin: 6 (e) small double: 4 (e)

Kelling House, Barkston, Nr Grantham


17 West Street, Barkston, Nr Grantham NG32 2NL Mrs Sue Evans T. 01400 251440 M. 07771 761251 E. 18th century stone house on a quiet lane; close to A1 and Grantham main line station. Explore Belton House, Belvoir Castle, Burghley House, Lincoln Cathedral etc. Walkers & cyclists welcome. Evening meal/packed lunches by prior arrangement. Price range per room: £45 - £95 Rooms: twin/double: 1(e); double: 1(pb); single: 1(sh) R

The Cedars, Barrowby, Nr Grantham


Low Rd, Barrowby, Nr Grantham NG32 1DL Kinga Bennett T. 01476 563400 E. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the Grade II listed farmhouse and its gardens. Breakfast and evening meal if required using our own and local fresh produce. Ten mins from the A1, close to Grantham main line station. Internet facilities available. Price range per room: £40 (single) £65 (double) rates may differ at peak time Rooms: single: 1(ish) double: 1(pb) twin 1(pb) R

The Barn, Folkingham, Nr Sleaford


Spring Lane, Folkingham, Sleaford NG34 0SJ Jane Wright T. 01529 497199 M. 07876 363292 E. Grade II listed barn in the quiet corner of a conservation village. Open log fires, underfloor heating, power showers. Home-made bread, sausages, free range rare breed hens and Jacob sheep. Secure locked parking. Price range per room: £55 - £80 Rooms: twin/double: 1(e) double: 1(e) single 1(pb) twin: 1(e)


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Guest Houses, Farm Houses & B&B Castle Farm Guest House, Fotheringhay, Nr Stamford


Fotheringhay, Peterborough PE8 5HZ Stephanie Gould T. 01832 226200 M. 07762 516735 E. Beautiful accommodation in perfect village location. Ideal for exploring the area or a home from home for the business traveller. Fifteen minutes from Peterborough, Stamford and Corby and five from Oundle. Price range per room: £45 (single) - £115 (family) Rooms: double: 2(e) twin: 1(e) family 1(e) R

Maycroft Cottage B&B, Hanthorpe, Nr Bourne


6 Eden Road, Hanthorpe, Bourne PE10 0RB Margaret Lack T. 01778 571689 E. A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at this modern dwelling with a cottage atmosphere. Ideally situated for Bourne, Stamford, Spalding, The Deepings, Rutland Water and surrounding counties. Walkers and cyclists welcome. Price range per room: £35 - £65 Rooms: single: 1(pb) double: 1(pb) twin 1(pb)

Tudor Lodge Country House B&B, Harlaxton, Nr Grantham


Warren Lane, Harlaxton, Grantham NG32 1AP Jane & Nigel Capell T. 01476 577703 M. 07957 871731 E. janecapell@myhomeaway Country House B&B in two acres. Five minutes to A1, A52, A607 and two miles south to Grantham mainline rail station. Two double en-suite, private dining and sitting rooms. Perfect location for tourist and business visitors. Price range per room: £50 - £100 Rooms: double: 2(pb) R

19 West Street, King’s Cliffe, Nr Stamford 19 West Street, King’s Cliffe, Peterborough PE8 6XB Mrs Jenny Dixon T. 01780 470365 E. Mellow 500 year old stone house covered in wisteria. Offers lovely breakfasts, secure off street parking, beautiful garden to relax in, and village pub 50 yards away. Set in a historic stone village. Twenty minutes drive from Stamford or Oundle, four miles off the A1, surrounded by wonderful countryside. Price range: Single room: £45, Double room: £65 (4 persons in family room) Rooms: single: 1(pb) double: 1(pb) twin: 1(pb) family suite: 1(e)



Guest Houses, Farm Houses & B&B Pheasant’s Roost, Rutland Water


Lyndon Road, Manton, Oakham, Rutland LE15 8RN Jane Hollingsworth T. 01572 737800 M. 07751 821047 E. Beautiful new farmhouse luxury B&B overlooking the south shore of Rutland Water, offering plush designer ensuite rooms and a home grown, cooked breakfast. Ideally situated for Rutland and Stamford. Price range per room: Price from £100 - £150 multi night discounts available Rooms: super king: 2(e) super king / twin: 1(e) guest lounges: 2 R


64 High Street, Stamford


64 High Street St Martin’s, Stamford, Lincs, PE9 2LA Deborah Rimmer T. 01780 756611 M. 07722 831783 E. Cosy double ensuite room available in our home, dating from 1600’s. Close to George Hotel and all amenities. Price per room: £80 special rates for Burghley week Rooms: double: 1(e)

Candlesticks Restaurant (with rooms), Stamford


1 Church Lane, Stamford PE9 2JU Manuel Pinto T. 01780 764033 E. Popular historic restaurant, recommended in various good food guides, and has acquired an outstanding reputation in Stamford and district as the premier rendezvous for gourmets. High quality food, wines and service. Price range per room: £50 - £85 Rooms: single: 2(e) double: 3(e) twin: 3(e) R

Gwynne House B&B, Stamford


13 King’s Road, Stamford PE9 1HD M. 07747 615675 E. Small family run bed and breakfast within six minutes walk to the beautiful town centre of Stamford. Bedrooms are either en-suite or with private shower room. Secluded mature garden, patio, pool and waterfall. Continental or English breakfast. Free Wi-Fi internet. Price range per room: £50 - £120 Rooms: double: 1(e) 1(pb) twin: 2(pb) Family: 1(pb)

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Guest Houses, Farm Houses & B&B Taku B&B, Nr Market Deeping


1 Manor Way, Langtoft, Peterborough PE6 9ND John & Genevieve Stocker T. 01778 347317 M. 07914 539805 E. Cosy double room. Ideally suited for both business, travelers and vacationers with a private bathroom. Off road parking. Breakfast (continental or full english) is included in the price. Stamford, Peterborough, Oakham and Oundle are close by. Price range per room: £40 per person per night Rooms: double: 1(pb)

Magnolia House B&B, Stamford


8 Fox Dale, Stamford PE9 2UZ Mr and Mrs Lester T. 01780 756746 M. 07764 469995 E. A stylish and inviting BB in a quiet cul de sac, with parking, 10 mins walk from the Stamford town centre. A friendly welcome, a sound nights sleep followed by an aga cooked breakfast completes the delightful experience of Stamford. Free wifi. Price range per room: £50 - £85 special rates for Burghley Rooms: double: 1(e) twin: 1(e)

Meadow View B&B, Stamford


Wothorpe Road, Stamford PE9 2LR Mark Thomas T. 01780 762133 M. 07833 972577 Meadow View is a short walk from the town centre, Burghley House and the George Hotel. The contemporary town house offers luxurious en-suite accommodation. Locally sourced breakfasts. Price range per room: £65 - £120 Rooms: double: 3(e) R

PJ ZZZ at the Black Bull B&B, Stamford Stamford Walk, Stamford PE9 2JE T.01780 480050 M.07736 948052 E. You can be sure of a warm welcome and friendly service in a delightful listed building in the heart of historic Stamford. Continental breakfast available. Tea, coffee, TV, hairdryer, Wi-Fi and en-suite in all rooms. Price range per room: £40 - £100 special rates for Burghley week Rooms: single: 1(e) double: 2(e) twin: 1(e) family: 2(e) R



Guest Houses, Farm Houses & B&B The Stamford Lodge B&B, Stamford


66 Scotgate, Stamford PE9 2YB Miss Gemma Larke T. 01780 482932 E. A delightful guest house, set in the heart of the historic Georgian town of Stamford. Delicious cooked breakfasts. Price range: Double or twin £95 Single £75 Rooms: single/twin/double: 5(e)

30 Casewick Lane B&B, Stamford


Uffington, Nr Stamford PE9 4SX Denise Jarvis T. 01780 757392 M. 07767 125237 E. Quiet rural location within two miles of Stamford town centre. Private twin room with up-to-the-minute facilities. Free Wi-Fi and freeview TV, walk-in power shower, off road parking. Traditional English breakfast, continental, or your choice welcome tray. Village pub/restaurant within easy walking distance. Price range per room: £50 - £85 special rates for Burghley week Rooms: twin: 1(e)

Caudle House B&B, Market Deeping


43 High Street, Market Deeping, Lincolnshire PE6 8ED Peter and Hazel Dulieu T. 01778 347595 M. 07851 745783 E. A 1790 Georgian property is a small family run boutique bed and breakfast. Situated on the High St. Market Deeping. Amenities are on your doorstep but you can still enjoy peace and tranquillity. Local areas offer a number of pubs and restaurants. Price range per room: £85 - £130 Rooms: double: 4 (pb) Twin: 1(pb)


Glenhouse B&B, Bourne


Glenhouse, Manthorpe, Bourne, Lincolnshire PE10 0JE Liz Toseland T. 01778 590805 M. 07951 330959 E. Private self contained loft accommodation, with own entrance. Kitchenette with fridge/microwave/toaster/kettle. En-suite shower room. King size bed, tea and coffee. Complimentary juice/milk/water. Continental breakfast included. Price range per room: £75 - £125 Rooms: double: 1(e)

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Guest Houses, Farm Houses & B&B Spanhoe Lodge, Nr Corby


Main Street, Laxton, Nr Corby, NN17 3AT Reece Crane and Neil Roberts T. 01780 450328 M. 07903 147625 – 07876 757371 E. High quality B&B close to Corby, Uppingham& Stamford. Whether for business or just an overnight leisure break, Spanhoe Lodge is the place to be. We want to make your stay extremely comfortable and special. You will not be disappointed. Price range per room: From £75 single occupancy £85 double Rooms: king size: 3(e) twin/superking: 2(e) Disabled king size: 1(e) Family: 1(e) Self catering: 1(e)

St Marys Place B&B, Stamford


2 St Marys Place, Stamford, PE9 2DN Patience Wisdon T. 01780 757079 M. 07732 671753 E. St Marys Place is one of Stamfords finest Georgian town houses. Renovated to create an oasis of luxury within a stones throw of historic stamfords wonderful theatres, shops, restaurants and bars. Log fires and a warm welcome await you. Price range per room: £80 - £120 special rates for Burghley week Rooms: double: 1(pb) Twin: 1(e)

Stamford House B&B, Stamford


28 Aberdeen Close, Stamford, Lincolnshire PE9 2NT Alison Spencer and Roger Burnham T. 01780 592791 M. 07800 887054 / 07864 070095 E. Small family run B&B ,Superb location, easy walking distance to the vibrant and historic town centre with its 30 pubs 20 restaurants and 11 churches not forgetting many high street named fashion shops, stamford has remained one of the finest limestone towns in England with narrow passageways leading into the town centre. Price range per room: £60 - £120 special rates for Burghley week Rooms: double: 1(e) single: 1(sh) family room: 1(e) 1(pb) single room (pb) 1 Family room (pb)

The Little Annex, Stamford 81 Drift Avenue, Stamford, PE9 1YJ Rachel Roffe T. 01780 753448 / 07975 676777 E. Litterally self contained with private access. Private parking - your own outdoor space - TV and internet. Contemporary style double/twin room with bathroom. Continental breakfast included on a self catering basis. Twelve minutes walk to Stamford town centre.



Camping, Caravan & Hostelling

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Low Farm Touring & Camping Park, Folkingham


Spring Lane, Folkingham, Sleaford, Lincs NG34 0SJ Mr & Mrs N R Stevens T. 01529 497322 Quiet and secluded park within a few minutes walk of conservation village and its amenities. Idealy situated for touring South Lincolnshire. Price range: Caravan, tents or motorhomes from £10 Pitches: tents, caravans or motorhomes: 36

Aunby Clematis Cottages 1-3, Aunby Nr. Stamford


Lodge Farm, Aunby, Stamford PE9 4EE Richard & Kaye Griffin T. 01778 590280 M. 07496 068702 E. Three individual spacious, beautifully converted and furnished cottages in an idyllic setting surrounded by flower gardens, orchard and wildlife ponds. Ample parking and high speed broadband. Long term lets available. Price range per week: £295 - £750 special rates for Burghley week Units: 3 bedrooms per unit: 1-3 sleeps min: 1 max: 15

Elderflower Cottage, Belmesthorpe Nr. Stamford


Meadow View, Shepherd’s Walk, Belmesthorpe, Stamford PE9 4JF Philip & Dawn Wilkinson T. 01780 757188 M. 07711 533204 E. Delightful cottage set in its own grounds, overlooking water meadows of River Gwash. Close to Rutland Water, Stamford and picturesque villages. One double en-suite, two singles, linen, electric and welcome pack included. Cottage per week: £350 - £425 Special rates for Burghley Horse Trials Units: 1 bedroom per unit: 3 sleeps min: 1 max: 4

The Painted House, Stamford


15 St Peters Street, Stamford PE9 2PQ Tania Nelson M. 07773344465 E. Right in the heart of Stamford, built in 1663 and steeped in history. Three double bedrooms and one twin, two bathrooms, large kitchen and sitting room. Separate dining room. Beautiful walled garden. Perfect for a country getaway. Price range: £300 - £1,000. Per night tariff available on request Special rates for Burghley Horse Trials Units: 1 double bedroom (sh): 3 twin/double bedroom (sh): 1 sleeps min: 2/4 max: 10 R

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Self Catering Old Rectory, Carlby Nr. Stamford


The Avenue, Carlby, Stamford PE9 4NA Patrick Cannon T. 07881 511734 E. Old Rectory Stable was converted to luxury accommodation in 2010. It sits in lovely gardens and has ample off-street parking. There is a kitchen, shower room, sitting room with TV and Wi-Fi and mezzanine floor with double bed. Price range: per night: £79 per week: £395 - £495 Units: 1 bedroom per unit: 1 sleeps min: 1 max: 4

The School House, Burton-le-Coggles


Burton-le-Coggles, Grantham, NG33 4JR T. 01476 550227 E. Perfect retreat for couples in a cosy, dog-friendly getaway. In the pretty village of Burton-le-Coggles within walking distance of its award-winning pub, The Cholmeley Arms. Price range per week: £400 - £650 Units: 1 double bedroom (pb)

The Barn, Collyweston, Nr. Stamford


27 High Street, Collyweston, Stamford PE9 3PW David Close T. 01780 444245 E. First floor flat in 18th century converted barn situated in small village with shop and choice of pubs with restaurants nearby. Many local attractions - Burghley House, Stamford, Rutland Water and red kite raptor viewing at Fineshade Wood. Good walking area. Free admision to local museum. Price range per week: £180 - £280 Units: 1 double bedroom per unit: 1 sleeps min: 1 max: 2

Mill Cottage at Greetham Valley, Greetham, Nr. Stamford Wood Lane, Greetham, Oakham, Rutland LE15 7SN Robert & Dee Hinch T. 01780 460444 E. A lovely converted barn in a tranquil spot a few minutes drive from Rutland Water. Ideal for Stamford, Uppingham, Oakham and several National Trust stately homes and castles. Price range per week: £525 - £835, Short breaks £335 - £535 Units: 1 bedroom per unit: 3 sleeps max: 5 + cot




Self Catering

Rutland Lodges at Greetham Valley, Greetham, Nr. Stamford


Wood Lane, Greetham, Oakham, Rutland LE15 7SN Robert & Dee Hinch T. 01780 460444 E. Luxury ecofriendly lodges set amidst 276 acres of rolling countryside. Ideal for Rutland Water, Burghley, Stamford and Oakham. Meals available on site at Greetham Valley Hotel. Perfect for golf, birdwatching, sailing, fishing, riding, walking, cycling - or simply relaxing. Price range per week: £525 - £835, Short breaks £335 - £535 Units: 8 bedroom per unit: 3 sleeps max: 6 + cot

Honington Grange, Honington, Nr. Grantham


Frinkley Lane, Honington, Grantham NG32 2PS Wendy Coney T. 01400 259429 M. 07970 501699 E. 5* luxury accommodation in the beautiful Lincolnshire countryside. The old farm buildings featuring stone, oak and glass converted to create executive luxury apartments around a stunning courtyard making a great base for business, family break or romantic getaways. Price range per week: £380 - £890 Units: 3 bedrooms per cottage: 2 sleeps max: 4

Little Scotland Farm, Ingoldsby, Nr. Grantham


Ingoldsby, Grantham NG33 4ES Mrs. Angela Jasinski T. 01476 585494 E. A perfect base for your holiday to explore undiscovered Lincolnshire. Our farmhouse annexe is furnished and decorated to a very high standard. Central heating and linen included. Price range per week: £325 - £425 Units: 1 double, 1 twin

The Gatehouse Lodge, Easton, Nr Grantham


Easton, Nr Grantham NG33 5AP T. 01476 550227 E. A unique opportunity to stay in the beautiful Easton Walled Gardens, in a cosy, dog friendly cottage for two. Price range per week: £400 - £650 Units: 1 double (e)

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Self Catering Granary Cottage, Little Humby, Nr. Grantham


The Farm House, Little Humby, Nr Grantham NG33 4HW Marion and John T. 01476 585311 E. 18th century former granary, furnished to high standard. Old beams, woodburner and central heating. Situated off village green, close to owner’s farmhouse in pleasant rural hamlet. All inclusive, ample parking. Pub with restaurant one mile. Price range per week: £190 - £350 Units: 2 bedrooms sleeps max 3 people min 1 person

No’s 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 + 9 The Lily Pad, Nassington, Nr Stamford


The Lily Pad, Northfields Lane, Nassington, Peterborough PE8 6QJ Jane Thorpe-Codman T. 01780 784394 M. 07833 680110 E. + facebook Bespoke stone cottages and apartments. Indoor pool, any length of stay, ideal for guests with mobility issues. Function area for up to 50 guests. Resident chef available. Price range per week: £350 - £1500 (per night tariff available on request) Units: 8 Apartment/cottages from 1 bed up to 5 bed

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Thistledown, Oakham


14 Alsthorpe Road, Oakham, Rutland LE15 6FD Cath & Rod Humphrey T. 01572 722445 M. 07504476999 E. Three bedroom property with private walled garden, garage and off street parking. Within walking distance of Oakham town centre, railway station and cycle track to Rutland Water. Price range per week: £250 - £503 Units: 1 double plus 2 single bedrooms sleeps 4

The Pyghtle, Rutland


Ketton Road Hambleton T. 01572 722445 M. 07504476999 E. In a secluded setting surrounded by open countryside with panoramic views over Rutland Water this wing of owner’s bungalow has been refurbished to a very high standard. It has its own garden and south facing patio. Price range: £280 - £626 Unit: 2 twin bedrooms plus additional double room if required



Self Catering Cuckoo Barn Lodge, Rutland


Cuckoo Barn Lodge, Tickencote Road, Exton, Oakham, Rutland LE15 8BA Dick Milton T. 01780 460114 M. 07768 708220 E. Luxury for country lovers overlooking old meadows in an idylic Rutland valley. Convenient for Rutland Water, Stamford and Burghley. A perfect place to catch up with friends, relax in stunning countryside or curl up in front of the log stove. Price range: £611 - £940 Unit: 3 double / twin bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with spacious open plan living room, kitchen and log burner

No. 9 Burghley Lane, Stamford


9 Burghley Lane, Stamford PE9 2LT Jane Thorpe-Codman T. 01780 784394 M. 07833680110 E. Next to Burghley Park, walking distance to Stamford, kitchen with dining and sitting room. Stamford’s longest established self-catering cottage. Any length of stay available, flexible check-in days. Cosy for two, convenient for eight. Price range per week: £400 - £1000 (per night tariff available on request depending on occupancy numbers) Units: 1 bedroom per unit: 4 sleeps min: 1 max: 8


19 Church Court, Stamford


c/o 64 High Street, St. Martins, Stamford PE9 2LA Debbie Rimmer T. 01780 756611 M. 07722 831783 E. Self contained Victorian cottage. Open plan living area downstairs including well equipped kitchen. Parking for one car. Near the George of Stamford and Burghley Park and walking distance of all Stamford facilities. Flexible short breaks available. Price range per week: from £315 per week Units: sleeps 3 in 2 bedrooms (+ 2 on sofa bed)

Wood View, Between Stamford and Grantham


c/o Lucklaw House, 13 Corby Road, Swayfield, Grantham NG33 4LQ Mrs Alison Bairsto T. 01476 550097 M. 07840 540259 E. Self-contained detached first floor comfortable apartment situated in a quiet rural location with private garden and spectacular views. Close to a wealth of tourist attractions. Burghley House, Grimsthorpe Castle and Rutland Water. Brochure available. Price range per week: £250 - £340 Units: 1 bedroom per unit: 1 sleeps min: 1 max: 2

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Self Catering Catering Hall Farm, Nr Peterborough


Hall Yard, Kings Cliffe, Peterborough PE8 6XQ Sarah Winfrey T. 01780 470796 M: 07906 502494 E: A quiet village location offering three types of recently refurbished self-catering accommodation set around a beautiful stone courtyard. Comfortable quality living each with kitchen, dining, living, bedroom with one king-size or two single beds and bathroom/ensuite. Price range per week: £290 - £450 Units: 2. 1 bedroom per unit. Sleeps min: 1 max: 4 (2-3 day short stays available) R

Over 12yrs only

Stretton Lakes, Stretton, Nr Oakham


Stretton, Nr Oakham, Rutland LE15 7QS Rachel Needham T. 01780 410507 E. Seven luxury log cabins with private hot tubs surrounded by woodland overlooking our fishing lakes. Ideally situated for Oakham and Stamford, close to award wining local pubs. Price range per week: £435 - £975, Mini break £320 - £705 Units 3 x 2 bedroom sleep max: 6, 4 x 1 bedroom sleep max: 2

Waterloo Studios, Belton Nr. Grantham


4 Waterloo Cottages, Belton NG32 2LN Rhona Repton & Richard Terrill T. 01476 592988 M. 07802 704381 E. Contemporary Studio Accommodation. Combined Kitchen/Dining/Living/Sleeping areas. Wet Room. Separate Utility Room. Linen, Towels, Utilities and WiFi included. Neighbouring Belton Woods Activity Resort, Belton House and Belton Garden Centre. On Grantham/Lincoln Bus Route. Close to A1. Price range per week: £250 - £350 or £950 - £1,330 per month Units: 2, bedroom per unit: 1 sleeps min: 1 max: 2

The Manor Stables, Bourne


21 Church Street Haconby Bourne PE10 0UJ Mandy Foottit T. 01778 570555 M. 07711 169695 E. Situated in the village of Haconby near Bourne, the accommodation has been furnished to a high standard, with attention to detail and comfort. The property is light and airy with an English country feel and enjoys south facing view across open fields. Cyclists and walkers welcome. Price range: Mid week break from £275 Unit: 1 bedroom with king size bed (e)

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Park Gate 13 Burghley Lane, Stamford


13 Burghley Lane, Stamford PE9 2LT Mandy Foottit T. 01778 570555 M. 07711 169695 E. This Grade II Listed town house is superbly located in the historic town of Stamford with its many superb restaurants and shops all within close walking distance. Beautiful accommodation provided over four floors and furnished to a high standard with fine attention to detail. Walkers and Cyclists welcome. Within one mile of railway station. Price range: From £395 for midweek break Units: double: 1(sh) twin 1(sh) single 1(sh) Lincoln A1 Rest and be Thankful , Nr. Stamford


A46 A15 2 Old Sulehay Cottages, Yarwell, Peterborough. PE8 6PA COLLINGHAM Mrs Kathryn Hibbins T. 01780 783082/07590 443426 METHERINGHAM E. A15 Originally oneA617 of three farm cottages built by the Apethorpe Estate in 1873, this delightful A17 home, offers a peaceful retreat with views across holiday property, attached to the owners’ LEADENHAM SOUTHWELL rolling countryside and all the comforts of a home from home. Newark-on-Trent A17 Price range per week: £75 - £125 per night. We are booked for the Horse Trials 2017 RUSKINGTON

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Tourist Information STAMFORD TOURIST INFORMATION 27 St Mary’s Street, Stamford, PE9 2DL Open: Monday to Saturday 9.30pm – 5pm E. T. 01780 755611 GRANTHAM TOURIST INFORMATION Guildhall Arts Centre, St Peter’s Hill, Grantham, Lincolnshire NG31 6PZ Open: Monday – Friday 9.30am to 5pm, Saturday 9.30am – 2pm E. T. 01476 406166


This guide is provided by Cultural Services, Venues and Facilities, South Kesteven District Council, St Peter’s Hill, Grantham, Lincolnshire NG31 6PZ

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