Eden House Hotel

A Hotel in Grantham, Lincolnshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

130 North Parade
NG31 8AU

Eden House Hotel, Grantham

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Accommodation Description:

Eden House Hotel (formerly the Kings Hotel) is an independent hotel where we offer first class service delicious food very clean and comfortable accommodation to all our guests. We are 2 minutes from the A1 and we have free parking. The hotel has meeting rooms for hire and we cater for functions weddings and family events.

Being family run we pride ourselves on customer care we offer and expect the best from our staff so you enjoy your stay.

Situated in the historic 12th century market town of Grantham this hotel was originally a gentleman's residence and Hunting Lodge. Eden House Hotel (formerly the Kings Hotel) is being elegantly refurbished to provide modern facilities whilst keeping its original character. The hotel has 21 spacious en-suite bedrooms and free parking for 39 cars.

There are 3 bedrooms on the ground floor to suit all our guests' needs. Grantham is close to many local attractions such as Belton House and Woolsthorpe Manor birthplace of Isaac Newton. In addition the splendid Belvoir Castle surrounded by the beautiful Vale of Belvoir and home to the Duke and Duchess of Rutland is fifteen minutes drive from the hotel.

Look at our website for more details. Less than 3 miles from the A1 on the main London to Edinburgh train route Eden House Hotel is centrally placed in the town of Grantham 10 minutes walk into town and free wi-fi in all rooms and public areas.

3 star rating

From: £55.00

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Room Facilities
Tea and coffee making facilities
Colour television

Wedding services
Wakeup call
Room service
Ironing facilities
Dry cleaning
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Baggage store
Non-smoking (throughout)

Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Meeting rooms
Business centre

Dining Facilities
Our sister restaurant and wine bar offers fantastic bar and al a carte freshly prepared lunches and dinners. We can accommodate upto 60 diners at a time. We also have the Victorian restaurant which offers fine dining with A La carte and silver service.The hotel also has a function room which can hold 120 we can cater for all occasions from a finger buffet to a 4 course dinner.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Children's menu

Pet Policy

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Grantham Travel and Heritage Information

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