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Inns in Stamford

The Bull & Swan at Burghley
St Martins
Stamford
Lincolnshire

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The Bull & Swan is a historic pub in the magnificent Lincolnshire merchants' town of Stamford. The pub dates back to the late 16th Century and was at one time an important coaching inn on the Great North Road. Recently taken on by Hillbrooke Hotels, famous for their unusual and highly individual boutique-style hotels, the Bull & Swan re-opens in December. It offers superb, locally-sourced British cuisine, cask-conditioned ales, an extensive wine list and seven very different bedrooms - all part of Hillbrooke's "Quirky Luxury" formula. The pub is a stone's throw from the magnificent Burghley House - regarded by many as the finest Elizabethan house in England.

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Number of Rooms: 7
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Ultimate Weekend Away
What more could you ask from a weekend away than a great meal for 2, a good bottle of wine and tickets the next day to visit the spectacular Burghley House & Gardens, maybe a lavishly decorated room? We do it all!

Inclusive packages start from just £270.00

Packages based on 2 adults sharing for a 2 night weekend stay.

For more details or to make a booking call us on 01780 766412 or email enquiries@thebullandswan.co.uk

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