Byards Leap Lodge

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Byards Leap Lodge, Sleaford

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Byards Leap Lodge Bed and Breakfast Accommodation is a a five bedroom lodge four star silver awarded all situated on the ground floor. Double room showing flat screen digital TV and tea and coffee making facilities Rooms have Slumberland' sprung beds for the comfort of our guests all rooms are equipped with flat screen digital TVs broadband wireless (Wi-Fi) internet access tea and coffee making facilities hairdryers mini-bar stocked fridges and complimentary toiletries.An ideal situation for RAF Cranwell (one min by car or five mins on foot). Golf courses fishing and walking are all nearby.

We also have a Country Kitchen next door to The Lodge which is open during the day for lunches afternoon tea etc.

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