Places To Stay in Stamford

The George of Stamford

The George of Stamford is perhaps England's greatest coaching inn. The exact age of The George is not known, but historians have referred to it as "A very ancient hostelry, once belonging to the Abbots of Croyland". Therefore The George must be nearly 900 and is perhaps one thousand years old. It retains the charm and atmosphere of its long history and yet offers today's guests every modern comfort. It is no more than 100 metres walk from St Martins Antiques Centre.

The Bull and Swan Inn

The delightful Bull and Swan Inn is right next to St. Martins Antiques. The Inn was probably originally called simply The Woolpack and a 1680 reference corroborates this. In 1739 the pub was taken over by Walter Robinson, a former coachman to the Earl of Exeter, who changed the name to the Bull & Swan. It has Real Ale on tap, indoor and garden restaurants, overnight accommodation and a friendly atmosphere throughout.

The William Cecil Hotel

The William Cecil re-opened in 2011 after a complete refurbishment inside and out. The hotel lies within the magnificent Burghley Estate. A two minute drive from the A1, it is perfect for both leisure and business. Whether for a light lunch on the terrace, a short meeting, a celebratory meal in the restaurant or a romantic night away, the setting couldn't be better.

The Crown Hotel

The Crown Hotel is located in the heart of Stamford, built in beautiful Stamford stone, with 28 charming rooms. The 'Red Cow' @ the Crown pub, lounge area and bar, is a wonderful pub/restaurant proudly boasting delicious dishes with ingredients sourced from the Tallington farm just six miles down the road, or elsewhere locally whenever possible.