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Inns in Stamford

White Hart Inn
Main Street
Ufford

Stamford
Lincolnshire

PE9 3BH | View map

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The White Hart Inn is a three star property situated between Stamford, one of the finest Georgian stone towns in England and the cathedral city of Peterborough. Located just off the A16, with excellent links to the M11, junction14 and the M1 junction 21. Guests can enjoy a supreme comfort and dedicated professional service which makes this the ideal location whether travelling for business or leisure. The six individually themed rooms with bespoke styling. They are furnished in a simple but luxuriously comfortable style. Opulent detailing is evident in all guest rooms. All rooms have en-suite facilities, built-in LCD television and all other modern facilities guests would expect from a hotel of this calibre. Rates are inclusive of Continental breakfast, which is freshly prepared each morning. With a regularly changing menu, the hotel takes advantage of the affluent array of local produce on offer. This includes sourcing all meat from local farms and fresh fish is delivered on a daily basis, even down to the free-range eggs. The hotel prides itself on being able to provide a 100% fresh organic range of fruit and vegetables, also sourced locally.

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