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Lincolnshire Oak
East Road

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The Lincolnshire Oak is a three star property set on the outskirts of the thriving market town of Sleaford. With excellent links to the A1. It has the feel of a country house, but with all the amenities of a modern hotel. Surrounded by nearly one and a half acres of grounds and gardens the Lincolnshire Oak is renowned as the Sleaford hotel that delivers traditional quality, comfort and value. The hotel is recognised for its high quality of service and facilities, meeting the needs of both business and leisure travellers alike by being one of Sleafordís highest graded hotels.All 17 rooms are elegantly furnished and decorated to offer the utmost in style and elegance, with all modern facilities guests would expect from a hotel of this calibre. Rooms range from generous singles, which are idea for the lone traveller, each having a 4í wide bed, LCD TV and light oak furniture, as well as en-suite shower room. Double and twin rooms have en-suite facilities and are fully equipped with everything guests would need for a comfortable stay, and superior double rooms which offer the ultimate space for a truly relaxing getaway, again equipped with all modern facilities guests would expect to make this the ideal base whether the trip is for business or leisure.There are two choices for dinner at Lincolnshire Oak, in The Oak Bar guests can relax on the leather sofas and chairs. A good range of beers are stocked, with at least one real ale always available.

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