Allington Manor

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Grantham, Lincolnshire

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Old Manor House, Bottesford Road, Allington
Grantham
Lincolnshire
England
NG322DH

Allington Manor, Grantham

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The Manor is a beautifully restored Grade II Jacobean building steeped in history with the original manor on this site recorded in the Doomsday Book. The current Manor dates back to 1450; evidence of cellars attics priest holes and all the human history that suggests is everywhere. Now a grand family home we offer deluxe accommodation with a warmth comfort and quality that welcomes guests throughout their stay.

Unwind at the end of the day in the stunning Drawing room and soak up the country while you relax in our beautiful garden.

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From: £69.00

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