There are many choices for accommodation in Grantham or near by. Staying at these hotels or cottages puts you in close proximity of Belvoir Castle, Lincoln Cathedral, Belton House, and Grimsthorpe Castle.
This is a Grade II listed 17 Century Jacobean manor that offers style and comfort. The spacious double rooms are en suite and have TV, wireless internet, and coffee and tea making facilities. Guests have use of the drawing room, dining room, and gardens. A full English breakfast is included. It is located in Allington just off the A1. Exit at the Gonerby Moor Roundabout.
Located in Eaton just minutes from Belvoir Castle, Mill House Cottages offer three self-catering cottages in 30 acres of grounds. One cottage is next to a stream. All cottages have Inglenook fireplaces with wood burning stoves. Kitchens have refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, electric oven, washing machine and dryer.
This fine historic Grantham hotel is located on High Street in Grantham. The 29 en suite rooms are spacious and richly decorated. All rooms have TV, telephone, hair dryer, internet access, iron and ironing board. The Kings Restaurant offers dishes of chicken, duck, lamb, and beef. Vegetarian dishes are also available. The Bistro Bar has a larger and more varied
menu which includes fish dishes. The Bistro also has a buffet. The Court Yard serves soup, sandwiches, salads, omelettes, and fish and chips.
All en suite rooms are attractively furnished and have TV, hairdryer, direct dial telephone, iron and trouser press, and tea and coffee making facilities. Three rooms are on the ground floor. There are two restaurants.
The Belton Woods Hotel has 136 rooms set in 475 acres of countryside which includes a PGA approved golf course. En suite rooms have Sky TV, tea and coffee making facilities, iron, and ironing board. Some rooms have wider doors and bars in the bathrooms for the disabled. There is a long list of facilities for the active including tennis, archery, nature walks, and clay pigeeon shooting. There are two restaurants. One is more formal and one is more for the casual diner. One and a half miles north of Grantham off the A607.