Stamford: One or Two Night Stay For Two With Dinner on One Evening and Breakfast from £57 at Garden House Hotel (Up to 63% Off)
- Traditional country house hotel
- Large walled garden Located in conservation town
- Fine dining restaurant using locally-sourced ingredients
- Standard double en-suite room
- Two course dinner includes starters of scallops, mains of beef Wellington
- Full English breakfast TV, hospitality tray, phone
- Free Wi-Fi and parking
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 72 hour cancellation policy. Valid Sun-Wed. Check-in from 2pm; check-out by 10.30am. Valid for stay in double room. Valid for two course dinner on one night only. Children will incur supplement, please enquire upon booking. Pet friendly. Original value based on hotel rack rate and two course meal.
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Encasing the traditional style seen outside its walls, the Garden House Hotel melds into the topography of conservation town Stamford, where old Lincolnshire limestone edifices add to a refined and antiquated backdrop.
Enjoy an old-fashioned break with today's Groupon from Garden House Hotel. Choose from the following options:
In a standard double en-suite room with a two course dinner and breakfast
• £95 for a two night stay for two (up to 62% off)
In a standard double en-suite room with a two course dinner on one evening and breakfast each morning
A country manor residing in the historic town of Stamford, the Garden House Hotel is a family-run lodging fronted by the copious greenery of a large walled garden. Within the traditional enclaves of this 17th century building are two dining rooms and a guest bar serving around 20 malt whiskies. The restaurant's fine dining dishes make the most of locally-sourced ingredients, with the chef doing his own butchery on the premises to ensure finer cuts.
Just down the road from the hotel, the 16th century façade of stately home, Burghley House, stands amidst sweeping acres of garden and parkland. Built for and largely designed by Elizabethan Lord, William Cecil, the house is filled with history and fine art collections. To go back even further in time, take a jaunt to All Saints' Church; this building is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 and is rich in features from the centuries following its inception. At Stamford Museum you can dig a little deeper into the history of the local area, with community-based collections exhibited alongside more international showings.
The Stay• Standard double en-suite room
• TV, tea and coffee facilities, telephone
• Free Wi-Fi throughout hotel
• Two course dinner of starters and mains
• Full English or Continental breakfast
• Free parking
Train: Stamford Rail Station is around 400 yards from the hotel. A 15 minute connection to Peterborough Station will put travellers on the east coast main line, linking to Manchester, Birmingham and Stansted Airport.
Road: Arriving from the south, leave the A1 at the B1081 sliproad and follow the road into Stamford. If coming from further north, leave the A1 at the A43 exit and turn right into Pinfold Lane to reach the hotel carpark.
Excellent location, good food, friendly and efficient staff, relaxing atmosphere.
– Gavin, Booking.com, Mar 2012
It is fairly traditionally decorated but given the age of the building this seems sensible to me. I found it comfortable, attractive and well laid out for both the quiet drink we had before the wedding and the many not so quiet drinks we enjoyed afterwards.
– Theth1nman, TripAdvisor, Oct 2011