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Old Wisteria Hotel (The)
4 Catmose Street
Oakham
Rutland

LE15 6HW | View map
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Set in the Rutland county town of Oakham, this attractive house was originally a cottage and has been carefully extended over the years to include private dining, residents lounge, and conference and banqueting facilities. The 25 bedrooms are all en-suite and spacious. The award-winning restaurant serves modern international cuisine, and is the ideal setting for wining and dining. Rutland has a variety of tourist attractions including the Rutland Museum, Oakham Castle, Barnsdale Gardens and Rutland Water. Centrally positioned with good road and rail links, provides guests ease of access to their destination. Service is attentive and friendly, making your stay as relaxing and comfortable as possible.

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Number of Rooms: 25
Number Ensuite: 25
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Name: The Cottage
Cuisine: Modern International
Awards: RAC Dining Award

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