The Gregory

A Historic Restaurant with rooms in Grantham, Lincolnshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Drift
Grantham
Lincolnshire
England
NG32 1AD

The Gregory, Grantham

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The Gregory is an 18th century village dining pub with 5 beautiful boutique bedrooms. It is ideally located just a couple of minutes off the A1 at Grantham and 35 minutes from Nottingham. Fabulous food combined with sumptuous accommodation.

The Gregory started life as a watering hole for the workers at nearby Harlaxton Manor and was conveniently located for dropping coal off from the Grantham Canal - now the only blackstuff you will find is the Guinness on the bar! The Gregory offers 5 beautiful boutique bedrooms - all feature free wifi 42" TV's drench showers Dualit espresso/tea makers luxurious bedding and Orla Kiely bathroom amenities. Our two larger bedrooms feature a freestanding bath in the room. Breakfast is served from 7.30am Monday to Friday (a little later at weekends) and room service is available.

Bed & breakfast Dinner bed & breakfast Business Single and special Sunday Night deals are all available. Free parking minutes away from the A1 and A52 at Grantham situated on the A607 between Grantham and Melton Mowbray. Ideally located for the picturesque Vale of Belvoir and Belvoir Castle and The Grantham Canal.

4 star rating

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Room Facilities
Desk
Ironing board
Hypoallergenic pillows
Internet access
Freeview
Free Wireless internet connection
Free High speed internet connection
Colour television
Iron
Tea and coffee making facilities
Hairdryer
Alarm clock
Fire alarm with light
Non-smoking

Amenities
Lounge
Lock-up facility for bicycles
Free Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Room service
Restaurant
Ironing facilities
Bar
Non-smoking (throughout)

Parking
Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Printer
Photocopier
Desk

Dining Facilities
The Gregory has a rustic but contemporary dining room with access to a pretty summer courtyard. Dining is also available in our bar area next to a roaring log fire in the winter.

Meals
Free Breakfast
Dinner
Lunch
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Highchairs
Cots
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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Nearby Historic Attractions

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Grantham Travel and Heritage Information

Grantham House - 2.7 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Ellys Manor House - 3.3 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Belvoir Castle - 3.9 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Belton House - 4.8 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Easton Walled Gardens - 5 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Woolsthorpe Manor - 6.1 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Garthorpe, St Mary's Church - 8.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Normanton, St Nicholas Church - 9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Haceby, St Barbara's Church - 9.3 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Edmondthorpe, St Michael's Church - 9.8 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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