Horncastle

Horncastle is a crossroads town at the edge of the lovely Wolds, roads heading off in no fewer than seven directions from it, to which you can add the River Bain and the sadly disused Horncastle Canal... Read More

Hotels in Horncastle - 7 places to stay

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Admiral Rodney Hotel

Admiral Rodney Hotel

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In the attractive market town of Horncastle, on the southern tip of the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds, this Grade II listed coaching inn offers attractive, comfortable en suite accommodation. Originally a coaching ... More | visit website

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Best Western Admiral Rodney Hotel

Best Western Admiral Rodney Hotel
Situated at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds, between the Cathedral City of Lincoln & the seaside town of Skegness.Only Seven Miles from Cadwell Park Race Circuit, and Twenty Miles from Market Rasen Race Course.An ... More | visit website

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Golf Hotel (5.49 miles)

Golf Hotel

The Golf Hotel, built in 1880, has 50 bedrooms, the Wentworth restaurant using local produce, a well stocked bar and the Aqua Sante Spa, the perfect place to relax and be pampered. This non-smoking hotel ... More | visit website

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Woodhall Spa Hotel (5.63 miles)

Woodhall Spa Hotel

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Woodhall Spa Hotel is a 3 star property, located in the heart of the picturesque conservation area of Woodhall Spa. Whilst guests can enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the ... More

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Petwood Hotel (5.66 miles)

Petwood Hotel
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT THE PETWOOD

Set in the heart of Lincolnshire, in the thriving, historical village of Woodhall Spa, the Petwood offers all the elegance, charm and service excellence of times gone by. We combine the ... More | visit website

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Leagate Inn (6.91 miles)

Leagate Inn

One of the oldest licensed premises in the county, dating from 1542, the Leagate Inn was the last of the Fen Guide Houses that provided shelter before the treacherous marshes were drained. The oak-beamed pub ... More | visit website

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Watermill Cottage (7.14 miles)

Watermill Cottage

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A haven of tranquillity, perfect for a romantic break, this lovingly converted riverside stable boasts a beautifully appointed interior, private garden and hot tub. Approached by a ... More

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The Forge (7.80 miles)

The Forge

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Commanding glorious countryside views with spectacular sunsets, this delightful, spacious and beautifully renovated cottage and its lovely garden offer the perfect base for enjoying the area's many ... More

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Glebe Farm Apartments (9.33 miles)

Glebe Farm Apartments
Glebe Farm Apartments are situated centrally between the City of Lincoln and the Market Towns of Horncastle, Louth and Market Rasen. Only Minutes from several Golf Courses including the popular clubs of Woodhall ... More | visit website
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Bodkin Lodge (9.41 miles)

Bodkin Lodge
Think of deep sofas and toasted Lincolnshire Plum Bread by a real fire at the first hint of chill or perhaps a cream tea in the garden in the sun with Lincoln Cathedral in view, ... More
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Main Road Guest House (9.93 miles)

A Home from home style Guest House in the village of Stickney in Lincolnshire on the Main A16 Road that runs between Boston and Grimsby.

Main Road Guest House has 3 bedrooms with shared facilities and ... More | visit website
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Crown Lodge (10.14 miles)

Crown Lodge
We are a traditional country pub, with recently refurbished rooms, offering a relaxed break with good food. Boston with its farm markets is only twelve miles away. World famous golf courses in Woodall Spa ... More | visit website

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