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Allington Manor
The Old Manor House
Allington

Grantham
Lincolnshire

NG32 2DH
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The Old Manor House at Allington is situated on the fringe of the Vale of Belvoir and in a tranquil Lincolnshire village with excellent road links. It offers a unique blend of beautiful and restful country life along with a variety of more lively attractions close to hand. The market towns of Grantham - birthplace of Isaac Newton and Margaret Thatcher - and Newark, with its strong reputation for antiques, are on the doorstep. The historic town of Stamford and also Burghley with its world famous horse trials, lie 20 minutes South, as does Rutland Water, Britain’s largest man made lake. Nottingham with its Castle, Tales of Robin Hood, Playhouse Theatre, Trent Bridge Cricket Ground, Forest and County Football clubs as well as The National Ice Stadium, Arena and Water Sports Centre are only half an hour away. The Manor is a beautifully restored Grade II Jacobean building. It is steeped in history ,The original manor on this site is recorded in the Doomsday Book and evidence of cellars, attics, priest holes and all the human history that suggests, is everywhere. At the same time, the Manor is a now a grand family home with all the warmth, comfort and quality that go with that and guests are welcomed with throughout their stay. We invite you, to share in the history, the beauty of the setting and the sheer quality of all aspects of the accommodation and treat this lovely Manor home as your own.Please Note: Smoking in designated areas. Dogs allowed, may incur additional charge(please mention this when booking). Children welcome. Check-In time: 1500 and Check-Out time: 1000.

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