Branston Hall Hotel
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- This former stately home has a heated indoor pool, a sauna & a Jacuzzi
- It's 10 minutes' drive from medieval Lincoln -- home to an original copy of the Magna Carta
- The rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are less than 35 minutes' drive
- The hotel is 10 minutes' stroll from Branston, which has a country pub, a 9-hole golf course & a parish church
Dating back to 1885, Branston Hall Hotel is a country mansion and former stately home set in 88 acres of parkland and lakes in the Lincolnshire countryside.
The property is a 10-minute walk from the historic village of Branston -- which has a church dating back to the early Norman period, a country pub and a 9-hole golf course -- and a 10-minute drive from Lincoln, "one of England's finest old cities, dominated by its glorious cathedral" (Daily Mail).
The "ramblers' paradise" (The Guardian) of the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty -- 560 square kilometres of hills, valleys, villages and streams -- is less than 35 minutes' drive away.
The hotel's spa offers a range of treatments, such as manicures, massages and facials, (treatments must be pre-booked, supplements apply), and its facilities, which include an indoor heated pool, a sauna and a Jacuzzi, are free for guests.
The "elegant" (The AA) Lakeside Restaurant, which has maintained its AA Rosette for nine consecutive years, is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and has views over the property's private grounds.
Bedrooms are all furnished in a country-house style and have free Wi-Fi and tea- and coffee-making facilities.