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Stoke Rochford Hall

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Situated in ‘Middle England’ and surrounded by 28 acres of open parkland, Stoke Rochford Hall is ideally situated for a quiet retreat. Its superb location, within easy reach of some of the most historic buildings and market towns of Lincolnshire. Stoke Rochford Hall is situated in peaceful, rolling countryside. The idyllic and tranquil environment offers a perfect retreat away from the demands of modern day city life.

Les Routičrs, Best County Retreat 2009.

The magnificent Grade 1 listed Victorian mansion has recently been restored to its former glory, thanks to a Ł12 million three-year restoration project, overseen by English Heritage. With 91 rooms, all with en-suite facilities the mansion house suites are appointed to the very highest of standards. During your stay with you you not only have the magnificent Hall, many of the hotel facilities available include our Bar, Restaurant, Terrace, Gardens, fully equipped Gym including a Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi and Sauna and 18 hole Golf course for guests use.

Business Excellence Award Winner 2008.

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