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Allington Manor



There are just 3 de-luxe bedrooms at Allington Manor. All rooms are large, very well-equipped, exceedingly comfortable, and have fantastic views of the grounds. The spacious bathrooms have both a freestanding roll top bath and a separate shower enclosure.

The Lord’s Room – an opulent room that has been the master bedroom since Jacobean times. This stunning room boasts a sumptuous six-foot bateau bed and a roaring open fire in winter.

The Lady’s Room – has a four-poster bed and is the epitome of elegance and tranquility.

The Garden Room – this wonderfully light and airy room is as pretty as it is comfortable.


Whilst a delicious breakfast awaits residents in the morning, do check to see if evening meals are being served during your stay. If they’re not, then don’t worry – The Welby Arms, a very cosy country inn situated just across the road, serves delicious food.

Things to do

Residents can relax in the lovely drawing room, enjoy the stunning gardens, have a game of croquet, or explore the glorious grounds on foot or by bike (you can borrow a bike from the manor).

Should you wish to be pampered, beauty and spa treatments are available if you pre-book them.


Allington Manor is just 6 miles from Grantham, birthplace of Margaret Thatcher and Sir Isaac Newton.

Woolsthorpe Manor (home of Sir Isaac Newton) and Belton House are close by.

Other attractions within a 20 mile radius include Rutland Water, Stamford and Sleaford.

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