Oakham

Oakham the ‘capital’ of tiny Rutland has a cobbled market square with Buttercross and stocks, a lovely old town rich in stone buildings with a timeless feeling to it. The castle is famed for its horse-shoe toll custom... Read More

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Oakham Events

April
Easter Explorer Days
May
One Big Bike Ride
Rutland Sinfonia - The Organ Sounds!
June
Family Fun Days
Oakham Festival
Spring Explorer Days
July
Family Fun Days
Oakham Carnival
Oakham Festival
August
British Birdwatching Fair
Family Drop in Days
September
British Heart Foundation Rutland Water Bike Ride
Rutland Dog Show
October
Autumn Explorer Days
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Hotels in Oakham - 19 places to stay

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Hambleton Hall

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.

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Barnsdale Lodge Hotel & Restaurant

Barnsdale Lodge Hotel & Restaurant

Barnsdale Lodge Hotel has been in Thomas Noel's family since 1760 and formed part of the adjoining Exton Park, seat of the Earls of Gainsborough. Formerly a farmhouse, Barnsdale Lodge was converted by Thomas in 1989. ... More | Double Room: From £85 (low) | visit website

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Barnsdale Hall Hotel & Country Club

Barnsdale Hall Hotel & Country Club

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Our hotel is a magnificent Grade II listed building set in a conservation area in in the English county of Rutland.
The Barnsdale Hall Hotel is also located in landscaped gardens overlooking ... More | Double Room: From £47.50

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Lord Nelsons House

Lord Nelsons House

The Lord Nelson's House is one of Rutland’s premier dining establishments and hotels. Nestled in the corner of Market Square, Oakham it boasts four individually designed bedrooms and a simply scrumptious restaurant. Adored by ... More | Double Room: £89 - £99 | visit website

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Normanton Park Hotel

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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The Old Plough

The Old Plough

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A unique picturesque 18th century inn situated close to Rutland Water, only 1 mile from the county town of Oakham. The Old Plough is within easy reach of Nottingham, Peterborough and ... More

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Greetham Valley Hotel

Greetham Valley Hotel

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Within 276 acres (1.12 km²) of beautiful Rutland countryside, easily reached from the A1 and close to Rutland Water, the hotel has 2 of the best golf courses in the Midlands. Greetham ... More | Double Room: From £52.50

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The Old Rectory

The Old Rectory

Welcome to the Old Rectory in the quiet conservation village of Belton located just off the A47, 5 mins from Uppingham, halfway between Leicester and Peterborough
- Probably the best value B&B in Rutland. 4 ... More | Double Room: from £25 - £40 pppn inc’ breakfast (multiple night, low season, long stay discounts). | visit website

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Old Wisteria Hotel (The)

Old Wisteria Hotel (The)

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Set in the Rutland county town of Oakham, this attractive house was originally a cottage and has been carefully extended over the years to include private dining, residents lounge, and ... More | Double Room: From £40 | visit website

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Whipper-In Hotel

Whipper-In Hotel

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In the heart of Oakham, in the town’s old market square, this charming hotel was once a 17th-century coaching inn. Today, it still retains many beautiful original features. Known for its warm ... More

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