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Rutland Sailing Club

Gibbet Lane
Edith Weston
Oakham

Rutland
LE15 8HJ
UK


www.rutlandsc.co.uk

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Whitwell Hotel and Conference CentreOakham
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2The White Horse, EmpinghamOakhamSteve and Claire Glencross took over the reins of The White Horse in February 2013, leaving behind t... More..
Steve and Claire Glencross took over the reins of The White Horse in February 2013, leaving behind their corporate city worlds, in exchange for the less frenetic shores of Rutland Water where they both grew up. With a keen eye for detail and a vision for perfection, Steve and Claire have completely refurbished this 17th Century former Courthouse to create a haven of peace and tranquillity in the heart of Empingham village. They have worked closely with Head Chef Ian Kembery in creating a gastronomic treat, so whether it’s a short pit-stop refuelling lunch you’re after, or a decadent dining experience: Sit back, relax and enjoy all that The White Horse has to offer.
2.559660.00
3The Old PheasantOakhamThe Old Pheasant is situated in the picturesque heart of the Rutland countryside, providing the perf... More..
The Old Pheasant is situated in the picturesque heart of the Rutland countryside, providing the perfect escape for relaxation. We are also only a stones throw away from neighbouring Oakham & Stamford. Whether your stay is for business or indulgent relaxation, our dedicated staff will take care to ensure your every need is catered for, leaving you to simply enjoy. We have a fine selection of rooms with a mixture of double, twin and family rooms. In the restaurant, our new menu is bursting with fresh flavours and exciting seasonal produce. We have captured the taste of Summer and we hope you will enjoy our original new dishes. What's on Offer...In addition to our Restaurant Menu we also offer traditional Bar Snacks and Light Bites with an ever changing specials board. To complete your meal why not treat yourself to one of our mouthwatering home made deserts. We have retained some of our more popular bar meals but we have introduced some new ones too. We hope you will enjoy these new additions in the cosy bar with a drink. Visitors can eat in the lovely candlelit restaurant, where the emphasis is on comfort and informality, they can choose one of the eclectic tables and chairs in our atmospheric bar area and, on warm days, there’s plenty of seating outside, weather permitting.
3.505849.00
4Brook Whipper-In HotelOakhamBrook Whipper-In is a charming former Coaching Inn, situated in the old market square of Oakham. The... More..
Brook Whipper-In is a charming former Coaching Inn, situated in the old market square of Oakham. The Whipper-In retains many original features, including real log fires, deep armchairs and original oak beams with a cosy and welcoming atmosphere. Free parking is also offered to guests. The Whipper-In is also close to Stamford and perfectly situated for the Burghley Horse Trials, Bird Fair and Rutland Water. Rooms at the Whipper-In feature en-suite bathrooms, flat screen TV's and ample working space with complementary WiFi available. The hotel features two restaurants, St Georges restaurant offering modern cuisine from a table d'hôte and an a la carte menu. The Market Café is also available for a less formal dining experience. All bedrooms which are situated in buildings around our private courtyard, and have been tastefully and sympathetically redecorated over the last few years. The Whipper-In's snug Bar has a real fire, offers lighter meals, snacks and room service is available 24 hours a day. The location is idea for a relaxing break, with good road and rail access for direct trains to Leicester, Peterborough and Stansted Airport. The friendly and efficiently run hotel is the place to relax and enjoy for a few days. Rutland is the smallest county in England. The county has two historic market towns Oakham and Uppingham, and 54 beautiful villages spread across the rolling rural landscape. Rutland Water has something for everyone. The attractive reservoir has an international reputation for providing sports, leisure and wildlife conservation and offers everyone the opportunity to try something new; cycling along miles of traffic free paths, sailing, windsurfing, fishing, rock climbing, canoeing, golf, a nature reserve and bird sanctuary. s. You can also enjoy the delightful individual shops at nearby Oakham, Uppingham and Stamford, a visit to Burghley House or the events at Rockingham Speedway and Castle.
4.208060.00
5Lake Isle HotelRutlandWhether it's exquisite cuisine, a business meeting, a dinner party or a comfortable peaceful ret... More..
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 wash away the rigours of your day by relaxing in one of our individually designed bedrooms. A warm welcome awaits you.
4.873885.00
6Gardeneres CottageStamfordNewly built stone cottage which is only walking distance from the well known pub/restaurant The ... More..
Newly built stone cottage which is only walking distance from the well known pub/restaurant The Royal Oak, set in the quiet heart of the Welland Valley's meandering countryside,All four en-suite bedrooms which one of these rooms has a four poster and double Jacuzzi bath suite for that special occasion have TV, tea/coffee making facilities and After a good nights sleep in our luxurious beds you'll feel refreshed, relaxed and ready for a traditional full English breakfast. Make a day to visit historic town of Stamford with Burghley House stately home
5.202460.00
7The Bull and SwanStamfordOnce 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.
6.8835120.00
8The Garden House HotelStamfordOne of the loveliest hotels in Stamford, the Garden House is a family run hotel conveniently located... More..
One of the loveliest hotels in Stamford, the Garden House is a family run hotel conveniently located next to Burghley Park and a few minutes stroll from the centre of historic Stamford. Stamford itself, for over a century labelled "the finest stone town in England", is a bustling market town serving the southwest corner of Lincolnshire and the adjacent parts of Cambridgeshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland. Dating in part from the late seventeenth century, the hotel has retained much of its original charm to provide a haven of calm amid the hurly-burly of modern life. Notable facilities include nearly an acre of walled gardens, including private parking, free broadband wireless internet throughout the premises, a guest bar with probably the best selection of single malt whiskies in the area, and high quality dining. It has 20 en-suite bedrooms including family and four poster rooms, and all the facilities to be expected of a three star hotel. From the moment you arrive at the Garden House Hotel the emphasis is on personal service. Our staff are always on hand to offer assistance and advice on the hotel and the attractions of the town and the surrounding area.
6.892775.00
9The William Cecil StamfordIdeally 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.
6.9101110.00
10Borderville Farm GuesthouseStamfordBorderville Farm is special, more than just a guesthouse or Bed & Breakfast. The imposing Georgi... More..
Borderville Farm is special, more than just a guesthouse or Bed & Breakfast. The imposing Georgian farmhouse was previously the main residence of the whole area. It is built of local stone, its origins and the adjacent farm and fields date back to Saxon times and have been the focus of numerous archaeological digs and studies by local universities. The home is furnished and decorated to the highest standard reflecting a stylish reminiscence of it’s 19th Century origins with spotlessly clean and comfortable modern facilities and niceties All guest areas of the country home are adorned with ornate chandeliers, sweeping and imposing curtains swags and flower arrangements We live in the house and are proud to welcome you to the farmhouse. As your hosts we have only opened in 2013 having previously operated our own number 1 Trip Advisor rated ski chalets in the French Alps and a summer Mediterranean café. We are sure you will enjoy your stay with us
7.482450.00
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