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Inns in Grantham

Hare And Hounds
The Green
Fulbeck

Grantham
Lincolnshire

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Our charming 16th century coaching inn on the village green at Fulbeck in the county of Lincolnshire is an ideal choice for a weekend break, a delightful meal or simply a relaxing drink in a traditional country pub. We offer eight luxurious bedrooms at the Hare & Hounds for our overnight guests, each of which provides a combination of old-world charm and modern convenience. As a traditional 16th century inn, we’ve decorated the bedrooms in a sympathetic style, retaining period elements while offering you all the comfort of modern features. Charmingly furnished and equipped with television as well as tea and coffee-making facilities, all eight bedrooms feature en suite bathrooms. Why you'll love it here, With its suberb village location in the midst of so much beautiful Lincolnshire countryside, the Hare & Hounds inn at Fulbeck offers you a warm welcome. Your hosts at the Hare & Hounds, Paula and Steve, have created a friendly and informal atmosphere providing a charming place where you can relax and socialise. A drink in the bar, a meal in our restaurant or why not combine both with a weekend break making use of our luxurious en suite bedrooms? And when it comes to food, with our attention to detail and the highest levels of service, we aim to ensure that your dining experience exceeds your expectations. The Hare & Hounds is a dog-friendly environment, although naturally we like the dogs to be as well-behaved as their owners!

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