The Black Swan Guest House
The Black Swan Guest House

Gainsborough’s history is reflected in some of the fine old structures with which it is still blessed: its Georgian bridge across the Trent, some old warehouses from its time as a significant inland port, and the large Old Hall built in the 15th century... Read More

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The Black Swan Guest House

The Black Swan Guest House

The Black Swan Guesthouse was originally an 18th Century Coaching Inn, with an existing cellar dating back to the 17th Century. This cellar was believed to have provided a sleeping place for Oliver Cromwell during the Battle of ... More | Double Room: £68 | visit website

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White Swan

White Swan
Set in the beautiful village of Scotter, The White Swan offers quiet and relaxing surroundings in which to enjoy a peaceful break for families and the business traveller - with this in mind it is ... More | visit website
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Hickman Hill Hotel

Hickman Hill Hotel
For over the last 20 years, The Hickman Hill Hotel has charmed guests with its unique character, hospitality and intimate surroundings in the lovely market town of Gainsborough. Formerly the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School dating ... More | visit website

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The Loco (7.30 miles)

The Loco

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A freehouse serving traditional Cask Beers including rotating Guest Ales. Comfortable sofas to relax in. Book now to stay in one of our 4 Star Rated ensuite bedrooms all with ... More

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Angel Inn (8.26 miles)

Angel Inn

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The Angel Inn is a hidden gem set in a quiet village. This country village pub has 6 stylish and comfortable bedrooms, including 2 deluxe rooms, all are located in ... More

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Wesley Guest House (8.53 miles)

Wesley Guest House

Offering superb Bed and Breakfast accommodation, The Wesley Guest House is the ideal place to base a visit to historic Epworth and nearby Lincoln and York.

The historic town of Epworth, is located on the North ... More | visit website

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Elms Hotel (8.98 miles)

Elms Hotel

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The Elms hotel is an impressive grade 2 listed building set in beautiful grounds in the market town of Retford.
The hotel provides an excellent base for visting Nottinhamshire, Sherwood Forest and ... More

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West Retford Hotel (9.02 miles)

West Retford Hotel

This superb 18th century manor house is set in over 3 acres of professionally landscaped gardens. Located in the historic market town of Retford, this traditional hotel is one of the best in the area. Relax ... More | visit website

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Lime House B&B (9.15 miles)

Lime House B&B

Lime House is a listed property that stands on a hill in the village of Kirton-in-Linsey and is walking distance to all amenities. It offers two guest rooms with shared bathroom and an adjoining room ... More | visit website

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The George Bed & Breakfast (9.18 miles)

The George Bed & Breakfast

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Spacious 3 bedroom house (SHARED FACILITIES) located within the grounds of The George, Quality Accommodation, Restaurant & Bar. All 3 rooms are double on the 1st floor with a bathroom ... More

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Field View Bed & Breakfast (9.66 miles)

Field View Bed & Breakfast

Field View Bed and Breakfast is a large, spacious newly built stone house offering quality accommodation in an excellent location only 10 minutes north of Lincoln, the Cathedral, Castle, Bailgate area and close to the Lincolnshire Showground. ... More | visit website

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Ye Olde Bell Hotel (10.06 miles)

Ye Olde Bell Hotel

This romantic 17th century coaching inn, in the Nottinghamshire village of Barnby Moor, rose to fame and fortune in the days of stagecoaches and highwaymen. Today Ye Olde Bell Hotel and Restaurant offers the finest ... More | visit website

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