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Byards Leap Lodge
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Byards Leap
Cranwell

Sleaford
Lincolnshire

NG34 8EY | View map

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A very warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Byards Leap Lodge and Country Kitchen (licensed) Ideally situatied for the busissman,tourist, visiting friends/relatives and /or en-route holiday maker.

Our newly refurbished Four diamond awarded Lodge, has the benefit of all rooms are ground floor,all easily accessible for the less able bodied, with one room having dedicated disabled facilities. Four rooms have full sized baths with power showers over and one with a power shower cubicle.. with complimentary toiletries. Flat screen digital TVs in all rooms, broadband wirefree access, tea/coffe/hairdryers,mini stocked fridges. Our superking/king/double Slumberland sprung beds are to die for.

We are just a couple of minutes by car from the RAF Cranwell College and base. The RAF Heritage centre is a good walk or few minutes by car. Also we are situated on the Viking long distance footpath, ideal for ramblers, walkers and nature lovers.

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