The Garden House Hotel is located on the edge of Stamford to the south. This hotel has 20 en suite rooms in a building that dates from 1796. Some rooms can accommodate as many as five people and cots are provided for children. Each room has colour TV, direct dial telephone, and wireless broadband internet access. Babysitting is available. Rates include a full English breakfast. There is also a restaurant and bar.
Contact: The Garden House Hotel, High Street, St. Martins, Stamford, Lincolnshire.
Tel: 01280 763359
The Crown Hotel is located in the heart of Stamford. It has 24 en suite rooms with satelite TV, hair dryer, and tea and coffee making facilities. The restaurant serves traditional English food and also has a bar.
This stone-built hotel has recently been redecorated and updated.
Contact: The Crown Hotel, All Saints Place, Stamford, Lincolnshire
Tel: 01780 763136
The George Hotel You will be following in the footsteps of royalty if you stay at the George. Guests have included Charles I and William III as well as Sir Walter Scott.
The hotels history goes back at least 900 years and possibly more. It once belonged to the Abbots of Croyland 900 years ago. William Cecil, Lord Burghley rebuilt the hotel in 1597. In recent times it has been modernized without destroying its historical features.
All rooms are en suite with satellite colour TV, direct-dial telephone, trouser press, and hair dryer. Breakfast and early morning coffee are included. All rooms have wireless broadband as well as modem sockets.
On Saturday, beginning April 15th, walking tours of Stamford are offered.
An oak-paneled dining room serves high quality traditional English dishes. The Garden Room is more informal and dining is also available outside in the courtyard when weather permits. The York Bar also serves light snacks.
Contact: The George Hotel of Stamford, 71 St. Martins, Stamford, Lincolnshire PE9 2LB, England.
Tel: 01780 750750