LeadenhamCopyright Richard Croft

Leadenham is a lovely old settlement at the top of an escarpment roughly halfway between Newark and Sleaford, the village now happily bypassed by the A17 – it used to have a horrid sharp turn... Read More

Hotels in Leadenham - 3 places to stay

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George Hotel

George Hotel
This charming old coaching inn is conveniently located on the A17 and provides a cosy ambience at value-for-money rates.

George Hotel is renowned for its well-stocked bar, a whisky drinker's delight, with over 700 varieties of ... More | visit website

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Hare And Hounds

Hare And Hounds
The Hare and Hounds is a country inn set in the Lincolnshire countryside. Its location gives easy access to the beautifull Cathedral City of Lincoln. It is a Grade 11 listed buiding and has been ... More | visit website

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Hare And Hounds (1.15 miles)

Hare And Hounds
Our charming 16th century coaching inn on the village green at Fulbeck in the county of Lincolnshire is an ideal choice for a weekend break, a delightful meal or simply a relaxing drink in a ... More | visit website
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Brant House (2.34 miles)

Brant House

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Brant House is situated in the rural hamlet of Stragglethorpe. The peace and seclusion of an unspoilt 18th century country house amidst gardens in the heart of the English countryside. ... More | visit website

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Byards Leap Lodge (3.04 miles)

Byards Leap Lodge

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A very warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Byards Leap Lodge and Country Kitchen (licensed) Ideally situatied for the busissman,tourist, visiting friends/relatives and /or en-route holiday maker.

Our newly refurbished Four ... More

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The Marquis of Granby (3.45 miles)

The Marquis of Granby
Welcome to The Marquis of Granby Bed and Breakfast. We are a family run country inn in the heart of rural Lincolnshire, located in the picturesque village of Wellingore. Wellingore and its neighbouring village of ... More | visit website
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The Brownlow Arms (3.94 miles)

The Brownlow Arms

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In the heart of picturesque village in Lincolnshire, The Brownlow Arms is a 17th Century Country Inn formerly owned by Lord Brownlow. Providing good old fashioned country hospitality and modern ... More

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Churchfield House (4.51 miles)

Churchfield House
Churchfield House is situated in the centre of the village of Carlton Scroop, near Grantham, Lincolnshire. This very comfortable family single storey house is set in lovely gardens surrounded by fields and is a superb ... More | visit website
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Ancaster B&B (5.52 miles)

Ancaster B&B

Ancaster B&B provides very high quality accommodation in an old stone built house in the middle of the Roman village of Ancaster. We have only just opened after a substantial renovation programme that has added ... More | visit website

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Willow Tree Cottages (5.67 miles)

Willow Tree Cottages
Willow Tree Cottages bed and breakfast is located 4 miles outside the historic town of Newark-on-Trent in the hamlet of Barnby in the Willows.

There are a wealth of attractions in and around ... More | visit website
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Wyndham Garden Hotel (6.68 miles)

Wyndham Garden Hotel

The Wyndham Garden Grantham is located half way between Leeds and London just 1 minute off the A1 and set in the tranquil Lincolnshire countryside. It maintains much of its original charm whilst providing the ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Sleaford (7.33 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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