Rutland Sailing Club
|No Selection Hunter Formula One Nationals
|11 Boats||June 2013|
|RS300 Boll RS300 Sprint Championships - Gold Fleet
|8 Boats||June 2013|
|RS300 Boll RS300 Sprint Championships - Silver Fleet
|8 Boats||June 2013|
|29ER Harken 29er Grand Prix 1
|61 Boats||Mar 2013|
|Handicap Rutland Challenge for the John Merricks Tiger Trophy
|208 Boats||Feb 2013|
|Lake Isle Hotel||Rutland||£59.50|
|The Royal Oak||Stamford||£70.00|
|The Marquess Of Exeter||Uppingham||£80.00|
|SPANHOE LODGE||NR UPPINGHAM|
|Stamford Lodge Guest House||Stamford||£65.00|
|George Hotel of Stamford||Stamford||£115.00|
|PJ zzz @ The Black Bull||Stamford||£42.50|
|The Bull and Swan||Stamford||£90.00|
|10||The Crown Hotel||Stamford||The Crown Hotel is set in the historic town centre of Stamford, just 12 miles from Peterborough and ... More..|
The Crown Hotel is set in the historic town centre of Stamford, just 12 miles from Peterborough and close to the A1. The Crown has been transformed into a contemporary and stylish boutique hotel. All the traditional features have been retained whilst the best of new technology has been installed throughout. We have an attractive lounge with a fire in the winter. There is also an attractive heated patio area for al fresco dining. The bedrooms are located in three separate buildings - all bedrooms are unique and individual and offer private/en-suite facilities, satellite TV, hairdryer, and tea & coffee making facilities.
|11||Gwynne House||Stamford||Gwynne House is a small family run bed and breakfast located in the historic town of Stamford Lincol... More..|
Gwynne House is a small family run bed and breakfast located in the historic town of Stamford Lincolnshire. At Gwynne House we have over 10 years of experience providing accommodation and ensuring that all our guests feel at home. The house has, over the years, been modernized and extended in keeping its character and today provides accommodation (given a 3 Star rating by the Visit Britain Tourist Board) for 6 guests in three tastefully decorated bedrooms. We are within 6 minutes walk of the beautiful town centre of Stamford and about 15 minutes from Stamford train station allowing you easy access to all amenities while spending a good night sleep in a quite part of the town. All guest rooms have been recently renovated and re-furnished to make your stay at Gwynne House more comfortable. The rooms have quality, modern, sliding sash or German turn-and-tilt double glazed windows and lined curtains. The en-suite double room looks out onto the garden.. The twin/super-king double room looks out onto the front garden. All rooms have central heating with individual thermostat control. Tea and coffee-making facilities are provided in each room. After spending a good night at Gwynne House you can choose from our first class Full English Breakfast or go for something little lighter – Continental. Vegetarian breakfast available, but please let us know in advance. Toast, coffee and tea are unlimited. Guests with laptops will benefit from our complementary Wi-Fi access in all guest rooms and the garden. Staying at our bed and breakfast you will be assured of a very friendly and warm welcome. We will do our utmost to ensure that your stay with us is a memorable one. At Gwynne House the Guest always comes first! A 3% surcharge will be applied for international or business debit card and all (including personal) credit card transactions.
|12||The Bull and Swan||Stamford||Once upon a time there was a drinking club at Burghley House. It was founded by The 5th Earl of Exet... More..|
Once upon a time there was a drinking club at Burghley House. It was founded by The 5th Earl of Exeter in 1684 and it was called The Honourable Order of Little Bedlam. It had an eclectic bunch of members: The Baptist Earl of Gainsborough was known as Greyhound, The Hon Charles Bertie was The Stag and The Earl of Denbigh was Tyger amongst other nefarious characters. We are not sure who The Bull (rumoured to be The Hon Charles Cecil) and The Swan were and nor are we sure that the club dined at this historic Stamford Public House....but it is highly likely they did. They would have drunk locally brewed ales, feasted on Burghley Estate and other local produce and created total bedlam. Things have a habit of coming round and we look forward to inviting you to dine on our local produce, sup our fine ales and obviously behave very, very well! PS Sorry - forgot to say that we have the best kept secret in Stamford –amazing bedrooms....7 of them....incredibly comfortable....great size...showers and baths and rather good value.
|13||The William Cecil||Stamford||Ideally located just a 2 minute drive from the A1 at Stamford with quick rail links to London and th... More..|
Ideally located just a 2 minute drive from the A1 at Stamford with quick rail links to London and the North. This luxury hotel has its own unique charm and character offering free Wi-Fi and on site parking. A popular restaurant serving delicious recipies from local fresh produce. With a direct access footpath to walk into the parklands, this offers the perfect retreat for both leisure and business users. The hotel lies within the magnificent Burghley Estate, one of the foremost Treasure Houses of the United Kingdom. Add this to the beauty of Stamford and this must be one of the best located hotels in the country. Bedrooms comprise of Classic, Superior and Deluxe and all with comfy beds and Egyptian cotton linen, complimentary organic vodkas by your bed and wonderfully aromatic bathroom products. The interior has been completed by an award-winning interior designer, complemented by bespoke original furnishings using Burghley House for inspiration. The Restaurant offers uncomplicated seasonal tasty food, the Head Chef along with the team is keen to make the menu as equally enticing as it is simple, with something for everyone's taste. The hotel pride themselves on serving well presented food using fresh locally sourced ingredients from a variety of local suppliers. There is a small but perfectly formed wine list with a nice range of ‘bin end’ and ‘speciality’ wines. The business facilities are elegant yet practical, travelling away on business doesn’t mean you have to give up on your home comforts. Friendly and unobtrusive service characterises the approach to corporate business, particularly focused on creating a relaxing meeting space without compromising on quality. The conference and events co-ordinator is on hand at all stages to offer advice and a personalised service to help ensure your day runs smoothly. There are 3 meeting rooms which can accommodate from 10 to 120 delegates, with wireless network throughout and integrated audio technology as well as plenty of natural light. There is a whole host of interesting things to do and places to visit in and around the beautiful historic town of Stamford including; Burghley House with extensive grounds and sculpture park which are open to the public over the summer period. Burghley Horse Trials has held the autumn 3-day event on this estate since 1961 and is the longest, continuous running international event. Other local areas of interest include; All Saints Brewery and Church, Browne’s Hospital, Stamford Meadows, The Nene Valley Railway, The Barnsdale Gardens, Mid Lent Fair, Stamford Shakespeare Festival at Tolethorpe Hall, and further afield are Prebendal Manor House, Grimsthorpe Castle, Elton Hall, Peterborough Cathedral and of course the beautiful Rutland Water.
|14||The White Lion Inn||Oakham||The White Lion is a family run public house set in beautiful countryside in the village of Whissendi... More..|
The White Lion is a family run public house set in beautiful countryside in the village of Whissendine, in the county of Leicestershire. This traditional inn has a function room, beer garden and offers excellent accommodation with traditional pub food. It has ample car parking and pets can be accommodated by prior notice. There are sevencentrally heated en-suite rooms comprising of six doubles, one twin and one triple, all decorated to a high standard. Each is equipped with a colour television, tea and coffee making facilities, Wi-Fi Internet access and hairdryer. Children are welcome and a cot and high chair can be provided upon request. The fully licensed bar with real ales on tap has an open log fire providing a comfortable cosy environment whilst enjoying a meal and drinks. There is a varied breakfast, lunch and evening menu. All made from locally sourced ingredients whenever possible with a vegetarian option available. Special dietary requests can be catered for with prior notice.
|15||The Willoughby Arms||Stamford||The Visit Britain/AA four star graded Willoughby Arms is a beamed, traditional stone country inn... More..|
The Visit Britain/AA four star graded Willoughby Arms is a beamed, traditional stone country inn, around 150 years old and originally the booking office and waiting room for a private railway. Situated in a pretty village, recorded in The Domesday Book, the inn enjoys stunning countryside views from the large beer garden and just off the A1, is conveniently located for the historic town of Stamford and the picturesque Rutland Water. A freehouse, offering a selection of real ales from all over the country including several local micro-breweries, plus Batemans XB which is the house ale. Homecooked and simple but tasty pub food is available every lunchtime and evening and live music and beer festivals are just some of the regular events on offer. Drinkers and diners can sit in a choice of the light and airy sun lounge, the traditional homely bar or the cosy snug with its relaxed ambience. Refurbished throughout during 2007, you are assured of a warm and friendly welcome. The high quality, four star bed and breakfast accommodation is modern and stylish whilst retaining a traditional feel. All the rooms are light and spacious, with complimentary trays of hot beverages, colour TV and free Wi-Fi access. The breakfast menu ingredients are sourced from local providers including free range eggs and the famous Lincolnshire sausages. A luxury feel in an informal setting suitable for both business travellers and leisure seekers alike, this popular Inn is a real treat.
|16||Best Western Rockingham Forest Hotel,||Corby||The Best Western Rockingham Corby Hotel is situated in a central location only two miles from the ce... More..|
The Best Western Rockingham Corby Hotel is situated in a central location only two miles from the centre of Corby and enjoys the position of being next to Rockingham Castle. Its rural setting offers the best of both worlds with easy access to the A14, A1, M1 and M6. The area boasts a wonderful mix of places of interest, from the historic surroundings of Althorp, Burghley and Boughton Houses to the action-packed Rockingham racetrack. There's shopping in nearby Corby town centre and the hotel is close to Wicksteed Park and Twin Lakes Theme Park, Gullivers Kingdom and local play areas are within easy reach. With a range of bedroom types from suites to twins and doubles and on-site car parking, the hotel offers all the comforts you would expect from a modern, friendly hotel. Our ONE Restaurant and bar are set on the ground floor in stylish and contemporary surroundings with a number of menus to choose from. The Best Western Rockingham Corby Hotel offers free WiFi Internet Access.
|17||Black Bull A1 Lodge||Grantham||We are about 6 miles south of Grantham on the A1 and about 6 miles north of historic Stamford situat... More..|
We are about 6 miles south of Grantham on the A1 and about 6 miles north of historic Stamford situated on the A1 south bound about 1 mile south of Colstersworth the property was built about 1720 Queen Victoria has stayed here spacious bedrooms set in large landscape gardens with free off road parking