Inns in Coningsby
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 has a priest's hole, ancient oak beams, oak settle and a very old inglenook fireplace among its features.
Opened around the millennium, the eight bedroomed hotel annex has all the quality, style and amenities expected today whilst benefiting from its historical location in this 16th Century Coaching Inn. Ensuite bathrooms complement the luxurious bedrooms.
The atmosphere at the Inn is warm, with feelings of a bygone era. Customers can expect plush carpets and comfortable seating with fine ales and wines to complement the succulent home cooked bar meals. In the winter months we also have a roaring open fire.
Discounted rates are available for single occupancy as well as a special family rate. Please see Available Rooms for the promotion codes.
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