Finchs Arms

Historic Inn in Hambleton, Rutland

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Oakham Road
LE15 8TL

Finchs Arms, Hambleton

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Stunning views overlooking Rutland Water are offered at The Finch's Arms a 17th-century country inn in the pretty village of Hambleton. It provides elegant chic rooms with luxury toiletries and cosy bathrobes.

The Finch's Arms is a 17th century English country inn tucked away in the heart of the Hambleton peninsula on Rutland water. With it's beamed ceilings cask ales small bustling bar and elegant garden room and terrace with magnificant views over the water it is a perfect place to relax. Relax in front of roaring log fires or enjoy the warm and friendly atmosphere with a hint of greater luxury in the Garden Room Restaurant or our casual dining restaurant.

After you could enjoy a stroll around the peninsula and take in the beautiful sights of the blue bell woods or visit the historic surrounding villages and towns.

From: £80.00

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