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Pocket Guide: Grantham

The market town of Grantham is a charming destination, and it also operates as a convenient gateway to a whole host of memorable rural attractions that pepper Lincolnshire's rural landscape. What helps its popularity is that the town is also home to some of the finest hotels in the county.

Grantham: A Thriving Market Town

Though a relatively small town with a population of around 40,000, Grantham has a reputation as being a thriving market town. Surrounded by hills, the town couples beauty with commerce, providing an enthralling holiday destination for visitors to Lincolnshire.

Prominent attractions in Grantham itself include St. Wulfrum Church, home of the sixth largest spire in England at 282.5 feet, and Grantham House, a National Trust property. The town is also home to an impressive range of independent shops and first-class bars and restaurants.

Accommodation in and Around Grantham

No popular holiday destination would be complete without a smattering of excellent hotels, and Grantham provides just that. If you’re searching for a central hotel you’re bound to be impressed by the Eden House Hotel, which is located right in the heart of the town's shopping district. Elegantly furnished and loving kept, the hotel features its own restaurant, bar and business centre.

Want to be impressed by amazing architecture and marvellous manors? If you’re looking for a historic hotel with a bit more personality then you have plenty of choices in Lincolnshire. Stoke Rochford Hall is about as special as it gets. The stunning manor house is home to a selection of luxurious guest rooms and is finished to a very high standard.

Local Attractions

Grantham offers a great hub from which to explore the county's many attractions. From its guest houses, B&Bs and hotels, visitors can easily find Belvoir Castle, Belton House and the birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton, at Woolsthorpe Manor.