Grimsthorpe Castle
Grimsthorpe Castle

Bourne sits on the edge of the spookily fascinating fen country slashed by drainage dykes, a market town whose attractions include its smock-mill gallery, ancient church, and nearby Grimsthorpe Castle... Read More

Hotels in Bourne - 4 places to stay

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Angel at Bourne

Angel at Bourne

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Situated in the heart of Bourne in Lincolnshire, The Angel is more than just a hotel. With a brasserie restaurant, an award winning coffee shop, a cocktail bar, the ... More

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Toft Country House Hotel

Toft Country House Hotel

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Toft Country House Hotel has been lovingly restored from the original stone farmhouse to meet modern needs whilst retaining the characteristic charm of the original stone and beams. It is ... More

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Cawthorpe Hall

Cawthorpe Hall
This fine, old, listed house is surrounded by a large pretty garden and fields of roses supplying the rose oil distillery with blooms. The rooms - bathroom ensuite - are spacious and bright. Country lovers ... More | Double Room: From £40 | visit website

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Park Farm (5.05 miles)

Park Farm
Nestling on the hillside on the edge of the peaceful Lincolnshire hamlet of Careby, Park Farm offers spacious comfortable four star silver award bed and breakfast accommodation.

Park Farm is the perfect base for exploring this wonderful part ... More | visit website
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The Willoughby Arms (5.16 miles)

The Willoughby Arms

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The Visit Britain/AA four star graded Willoughby Arms is a beamed, traditional stone country inn, around 150 years old and originally the booking office and waiting room for a private ... More

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The Royal Oak Country Inn (6.68 miles)

The Royal Oak Country Inn

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The Royal Oak is a country Inn nestled in the beautiful village of Swayfield Nr Grantham Lincolnshire. We serve seriously good freshly prepared food, in a warm, relaxed, friendly environment, ... More

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Barn Lodge (7.10 miles)

Barn Lodge

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Self contained studio accommodation with own private entrance .Situated in the rural village of West Deeping with nearby transport links to the A1,M1 and M11 and close to Peterborough and ... More

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Beech House at The Olive Branch (8.21 miles)

Beech House at The Olive Branch

Beech House is a small hotel just 2 miles off the A1 offering luxurious bed and breakfast style accommodation. At the end of a tree lined country lane in the delightful pale-stone village of Clipsham ... More | visit website

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Crown Hotel (9.21 miles)

Crown Hotel

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The Crown Hotel is set in the historic town centre of Stamford, just 12 miles from Peterborough and close to the A1. The Crown has been transformed into a contemporary ... More

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Stamford Lodge Guest House (9.24 miles)

Stamford Lodge Guest House

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A family run Guest House in the heart of the Georgian Town of Stamford. Stamford is a beautiful town and was recently used in ... More

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Rock Lodge Town House (9.30 miles)

Rock Lodge Town House

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Rock Lodge is set in walled gardens enjoying an elevated position, with off street car parking & CCTV .A five minute walk to the centre of Historic Stamford. ‘Philip & ... More

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George Hotel (9.32 miles)

George Hotel

The George of Stamford is one of England's greatest coaching inns. It retains the charm and atmosphere of its long history yet offers today's guests every modern comfort. In recent years the hotel has been ... More | visit website

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The William Cecil (9.46 miles)

The William Cecil
The William Cecil at Stamford re-opened in 2011 after a complete refurbishment inside and out. The hotel lies within the magnificent Burghley Estate, the centrepiece of which is Burghley House, one of the foremost Treasure ... More | visit website

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