Good Hotel Guide Review
A 16th-century inn whose signal torch once guided travellers across the fens is today a beacon of hospitality; it has been in the care of the Dennison family for the past 40 years. Among individually styled bedrooms, the best has period furniture, an in-room roll-top bath, a shower room with double rainfall shower. There is a cosy panelled bar with beams, settles and blazing fires. In the restaurant, choose from pub classics and dishes such as South Indian coconut curry or wild mushroom risotto. Resident spaniel Ollie welcomes canine guests, while hostess Laura is also a trained osteopath should you strain your neck watching skylarks at Frampton Marsh or sprain an ankle walking the Lincolnshire Wolds.
bar, restaurant, garden, patio (outside dining), in-room TV, civil wedding licence, osteopathy and sports injury clinic.
all ages welcome (children's menu).
welcome, but must give advance notice.
B&B doubles from £130. À la carte £40.