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Kings Arms Inn & Restaurant
"Living in Leicestershire my partner and I chose to go to the Kings Arms as a sunday treat, based on a review we had read in the 2010 good pub ..." More

Wing Hall Estate
"I booked with a friend 2 into wing hall with our caravans over the august bank holiday. I really would not wish to go through the experience again!!! The entrance is fantastic......at ..." More

Kings Arms Inn & Restaurant
"We visited this pub over the bank holiday weekend for an early evening drink. The pub itself came recommended by the local campsite, but to our disappointment the service was ..." More

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Wing is a small village in rural Rutland, situated a little to the south of Rutland Water. This charming village has 17th century houses built from stone quarried at nearby Barnack and Clipsham. A number of the houses feature roofs covered with stone slates from nearby Collyweston. The name of the village probably stems from the Old Norse word 'vengi' or field. The church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul had the spire removed during an extensive rebuild in 1875. There are still some remaining Norman parts of the building, including the south arcade from the mid 12th century and the slightly later north arcade and north doorway. The nearby Rutland Water reservoir is one of the county of Rutland's most outstanding features, providing many outdoor activities to visitors and providing a home to many wildfowl. Many visitors are attracted each year for the walking, cycling, bird watching, fishing and sailing to name but a selection of the activities on offer at Rutland Water. You can find refreshment in Wing at the King's Arms. The Cuckoo Inn, which closed in 2004, was named after a local legend. The story goes that locals long ago tried to keep spring in the village by erecting a fence around a cuckoo to keep it in the village. They were known as 'Wing fools' after the bird simply flew away. To be fair on the people of Wing, this story is quite common one and is unlikely to have actually originated in Wing.

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Kings Arms Inn & Restaurant (0.08 miles)

Kings Arms Inn & Restaurant

The Kings Arms lies in the peaceful and quaint village of Wing. The Inn is ideally situated as a base for visiting the surrounding market towns of Oakham, Uppingham and Stamford. Rutland water is only ... More | visit website

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Old Pheasant (1.60 miles)

Old Pheasant

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All the accommodation provided in the hotel is en-suite comprising a combined bath and shower unit, washbasin and toilet. the rooms are bright and tastefully decorated, with all the usual ... More

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Travelodge Uppingham Morcott (2.39 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Falcon Hotel (2.60 miles)

Falcon Hotel

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The Falcon Hotel at Uppingham welcomes business travellers and leisure guests alike - offering hospitality in the traditional sense. The Falcon Hotel originally a renowned 16th century coaching inn of great ... More

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Lake Isle Hotel & Restaurant (2.60 miles)

Lake Isle Hotel & Restaurant

This 18th Century personally run town house hotel and restaurant is situated in the pretty market town of Uppingham. The hotel is ideally placed for exploring all of the attractions in Rutland.
In the summer, sit ... More | visit website

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Hambleton Hall (2.87 miles)

Hambleton Hall
Hambleton Hall, with spectacular views overlooking Rutland Water, is small and personal and more than any other hotel seems to convey the illusion of staying in an immaculately run Victorian country house.

According to all of ... More | visit website
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Coach House Inn (2.90 miles)

Coach House Inn
Completely refurbished in 2002 to a high standard. The Coach House Inn offers a cosy bar with roaring fires and flagstone floors as well as Ostler's Restaurant, a snug bar for diners, a private dining/function ... More | visit website
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America Lodge (3.22 miles)

America Lodge
America Lodge is a beautiful 19th century farmhouse available to rent in England's smallest county Set overlooking the Chater valley with views of classic rolling English countryside in a charming and secluded setting with ... More | visit website
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Normanton Park Hotel (3.23 miles)

Normanton Park Hotel

This 3-star hotel is situated in the picturesque county of Rutland, Leicestershire. Standing majestically next to the shores of Rutland Water, only 8 miles from the market town of Oakham, it offers easy access from ... More | visit website

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Marquess of Exeter Hotel (3.77 miles)

Marquess of Exeter Hotel
Situated at the heart of England's most beautiful countryside in Rutland.
Staying at the Marquess of Exeter is a uniquely relaxing experience.
This is an established family run hotel with excellent facilities.
A former 16th ... More | visit website

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