Hotel Accommodation in Oakham

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The privately owned Admiral Hornblower Hotel & Restaurant is a sympathetically restored 17th Century farm house right in the heart of Oakham, Rutland. Originally known locally as Oakham's Town Farm, this truly magnificent listed building is perfectly placed and full of original character. No stone has been left unturned in bringing this house back to its full glory.

Barnsdale Hall Hotel, which is set in conservation parkland overlooking Rutland Water, is one of the most unusual and comprehensive hotel complexes. Comprising facilities for both business-to-business and holidaymakers Rutland Water adds the finishing touch to a comprehensive facility. Please see a Map of Barnsdale Resort. With its unique setting, personal charm and character, highly discreet and professional

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.

The Old Wisteria Hotel is a former hunting lodge, parts dating from 1604, transformed into a welcoming Country House Hotel in the Heart of Oakham, Rutland's county town. All 25 Bedrooms are en-suite and decorated to a very high standard. The Cottage lounge bar and restaurant captures perfectly cosy country house ambience. The elegant surroundings of The Georgian provides a suite of private meeting

The Falcon Hotel at Uppingham welcomes business travellers and leisure guests alike - offering hospitality in the traditional sense. The Falcon Hotel - originally a renowned 16th century coaching inn of great character and charm. Today the newly refurbished Falcon Hotel remains very much a living institution and focal point for the local community offering our guests the combination of traditional

Sparth House, with all the majestic splendour of Georgian architecture and set in its own grounds, is a Grade ll listed building built in 1740. The interior, though, with wood panelled walls festooned with oil paintings and antique figurines delicately poised throughout the hotel, reflects the elegance and enchantment of the Victorian era. Sparth House is perfectly situated on the edge of the Ribble

Hambleton Hall is one of Britain's finest country house hotels. The lakeside setting is spectacular and only some two and a half hours north of central London (England). The restaurant is a haven for gourmets and wine lovers and the rooms combine comfort and style. Exceptional service standards and warmth of welcome make Hambleton Hall a perfect destination for a relaxing and luxurious escape or an

Whether it's exquisite cuisine, a business meeting, a dinner party or a comfortable peaceful retreat while away from home or on business - you'll find just what you're looking for, and more. Set in the beautiful market town of Uppingham in Rutland, over 350 years of character oozes from the heart of this friendly establishment. So come and experience the delights of fine dining in our restaurant or

Welcome to Normanton Park Hotel, where both your comfort and enjoyment is of prime importance to us. Relax in one of our 23 well appointed bedrooms, take afternoon tea in our comfortable lounge or on the patio facing the magnificent Rutland Water. Take lunch in our atmospheric Waterside Restaurant, or in the evening why not indulge yourself with an exquisite meal taken from our la carte menu.

Did you ever wonder what happened to all those great old English hotels? I mean the really charming and character filled ones. The ones whose guests had seen Good Queen Bess, the Civil War, the Stagecoach era, the Regency, Victorian England and everything in-between. Well, fourteen of them are part of Brook Hotels and if you??ve never stayed in a really ancient home-from-home - but with all mod cons

The White Horse Inn, is set in the picturesque village of Empingham in Rutland. This former village courthouse has lost none of its classic look over time and still retains its stonework and open fire. As a family owned business carefully run by Sarah and Ian Sharp, the value of a friendly welcome is never overlooked. You can always be sure of tasty food, comfortable accommodation and a friendly service.

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