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Rock Lodge Town House
1 Empingham Road
Stamford
Lincolnshire

PE9 2RH | View map

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Rock Lodge is set in walled gardens enjoying an elevated position, with off street car parking & CCTV .A five minute walk to the centre of Historic Stamford. ‘Philip & Jane Sagar are well experienced in managing and operating luxury Hotels and offer guests a warm welcome to their imposing 1900 town house’ - The AA guide. ‘More a small luxury hotel than a B&B with very stylish bedrooms’.Which Magazine Autumn 2004. Awarded 5 Stars by the AA, & Visit Britain. ‘Gold Award’ from Enjoy England for Quality, service & attention to detail. RAC ‘Little Gem’ & Sparkling Diamond winner for 5 years until RAC scheme ended.Burghley House is a twenty five minute walk away. The tastefully decorated and furnished bedrooms are finished to a high standard and are entered via a magnificent Oak staircase. All are Ensuite with shower, WC, satellite television, radio and mini fridge with complimentary bottled water, fresh milk, tea and coffee facilities, hairdryer, iron and ironing board. Free Wi Fi access also available.The Oak panelled drawing room with its mullion windows has an original Edwardian fire place with real log fire to sit by after a hearty English Breakfast in the sunny dining room.

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