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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. The Hotel is positioned on the North shore of Rutland Water in the heart of the beautiful, unspoilt, county of Rutland. Rutland is under an hour from London by train, 25 minutes from Peterborough and just a few minutes from the historic towns of Oakham and Stamford. The relaxed atmosphere at Barnsdale Lodge is something that we are proud of and the team look forward to welcoming you to our very special and unique hotel.
Barnsdale Lodge Hotel has forty-four bedrooms, all ensuite and individually furnished with charm and style, All have views of either the surrounding countryside or the picturesque courtyard. The hotel has double, twin, single and family rooms with broadband connection, direct dial telephone, Sky TV, a selection of teas and coffee and biscuits, hairdryer, iron and trouser press. Guests can enjoy a range of complimentary White Company toiletries in the bathrooms. A number of bedrooms have been designed to take into consideration those with disabilities. These rooms are all on the ground floor with easy access, walk-in showers and handrails. Barnsdale Lodge is dog friendly and reserves some rooms for guests with well trained dogs. All rooms are no smoking.
Guests at Barnsdale Lodge Hotel can expect the very best food, wine and personal service in the conservatory, theatre, cottage room, main dining room, one of the function suites or alfresco dining in the courtyard.
Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 44
Number Ensuite: 44
Price per Room:Double: From £85 (low)
Single: From £75 (low)
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Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: Richard Carruthers
Awards: AA 1 Rosette
Credit Cards Accepted
No Smoking Rooms - All
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
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