Normanton church is a Rutland icon. This lovely classical building stands on a narrow peninsula of land jutting out into Rutland Water. It was created by architect Thomas Cundy for the Earl of Ancaster, on the foundations of earlier buildings dating back to the 14th century. The medieval church here was rebuilt in the 1760s in classical style and again rebuilt by the 4th baronet to create the church we see today. South Shore, Rutland Water Normanton,
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The motto of the Rutland County Museum is 'Discover Something Big in England's Smallest County'. The museum is housed in an attractive 18th-century building begun as a riding school in 1794 for the Rutland Fencible Cavalry.
The hotel is situated on the Market Square of Oakham, the county town of Rutland, Britains smallest county. Centrally located, the hotel is perfect for business and leisure guests alike. There are many attractions and points of interest nearby such as Rockingham Racetrack, Burghley House which is famous for the … more >>
The Rothwell House Hotel is a market town hotel offering 20 en-suite rooms with a good mix single double twin and family.The restaurant is predominately Italian with a twist to cater for everyone.The chef is Italian and a very good one. The bar lounge we have made in 2 parts.The … more >>