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Greetham Valley Hotel
Wood Lane


LE15 7NP

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Within 276 acres (1.12 km≤) of beautiful Rutland countryside, easily reached from the A1 and close to Rutland Water, the hotel has 2 of the best golf courses in the Midlands. Greetham Valley Hotel has a relaxing setting amid grassland, lakes and woods. Other on-site leisure attractions include archery, bowls, off-road driving, quad-biking and coarse and salmon fishing.

The hotel's clubhouse offers light, traditional dishes and is open from 07:00. The Valley and Lakeview restaurants provide dining on a grander scale.
Greetham Valley is just 4.5 miles (7.2 km) from Rutland Water, with sailing, fly-fishing, windsurfing, cycling and bird watching.
A 35-bedroom complex offers superb standards, while Greetham Valley also offers conferencing and banqueting facilities.


Number of Rooms: 35
Number Ensuite: 35

Price per Room:

Double: From £52.50
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Name: Valley Restaurant

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Open All Year
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Sample Menu:


Homemade Soup of the Day served with warm bread and butter
Homemade Chicken and Duck Liver Pate
served with Brioche toast and Chutney
Red Onion and Stilton Tart
served on leaves with French Dressing
Goats Cheese on Croute
served with mixed leaves and honey mustard dressing

Main Course

Coq au Vin
Salmon topped with a pesto and cheese crust
served on crushed potatoes and prawn volute
Ribeye steak topped with roasted cherry tomatoes
served with forestiere sauce
Mediterranean Vegetable Wellington
served with a tomato and red pepper coulis


Chocolate Terrine
served with a white chocolate sauce and strawberries
Fruit Crumble
served with custard
Homemade Baileys Cheesecake
Selection of Fine English Cheeses
served with celery, grapes & biscuits
Tea, Coffee & Mints

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