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Inns in Leadenham

Hare And Hounds
The Green
Fulbeck

Leadenham
Lincolnshire

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The Hare and Hounds is a country inn set in the Lincolnshire countryside. Its location gives easy access to the beautifull Cathedral City of Lincoln. It is a Grade 11 listed buiding and has been lovingly restored to its former glory with exposed beams and wooden floors. Located in Fulbeck, close to Grantham the birth place of Sir Issac Newton. It is well placed for exploring the area, paricularly the market town of Newark and Lincoln with its cathedral.The inn boasts a an upstairs restaurant which offers a fine dining experiance in a relaxed atmosphere with a choice of food from our a la Carte or Table d'hote menus. The welcoming friendly staff staff are all local to the area and take customer service very seriously. Their priority is making sure everyone has a great time.Check In is from 14:00 & Check Out is by 10:00. We would be grateful if you give an indication of your time of arrivel. We are a no smoking accommodation. Regrettably we cannot accept pets.

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