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Hotels in Horncastle

Admiral Rodney Hotel
North Street
Horncastle
Lincolnshire

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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 inn first mentioned in the 17th century, the Best Western Admiral Rodney Hotel has been the subject of a major refurbishment and redevelopment programme. The hotel now offers international standards of accommodation in 31 stylish en suite bedrooms. The hotel is attractively furnished to a high standard, with a nautical theme in public areas. Situated midway between the cathedral city of Lincoln and the seaside resorts of the east coast, the hotel is located in the heart of the charming market town of Horncastle, famous for its antique shops.

Ample free car parking is available for guests’ use, with 24-hour surveillance cameras in operation. The unique Courtyard restaurant and the Rodney Bar offer a selection of fine food, drinks and real ale.

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Three meeting rooms available of Differing Sizes.

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