Branston Hall Hotel Lincoln, Central England
4 star country hotel with indoor pool nr Lincoln
Member since November 2019
Beautifully restored to its former glory, boasting original features and individual luxurious bedrooms. Situated just three miles south of the historic city of Lincoln, the hotel sits within 88 acres of stunning parkland and lakes. The ideal venue to get the most of a city break whilst also enjoying tranquil surroundings, a delightful spa and award winning cuisine.
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Classic Country Getaway
From £68 pppn for a 14 night stay, to £74.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Standard room and receive:
- A welcome drink each in the bar on arrival (local beer, house wine, teas / coffees etc)
- Dinner for two each evening in the restaurant from the ALC menu (£32 per couple allowance)
- 20% off wines by the bottle during your stay
- Full breakfast for two daily
- Complimentary noon late check out
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- Stunning views over 88 acres of wooded parkland and lakes
- Award winning Lakeside Restaurant
- Many original features throughout
- Individually designed bedrooms
- Range of spa facilities and indoor pool
- Superbly located for exploring the area
The Simpsons Spa is privately owned so additional charges are applicable. However the pool and sauna are free of charge.
How to find Branston Hall Hotel
Branston Hall Hotel
Good to know
Hotel check-in time:
Hotel check-out time:
7.30-9.30 am Monday to Saturday
8-10 am Sunday
12-2pm in the Restaurant and Bar
6-9.30 pm in the bar
6.30-9pm in the Restaurant
Complimentary on site parking is available
Children are welcome
The hotel sits within 88 acres of stunning parkland and Lakes.
History of the hotel
In 1735 the original old hall was built for Lord Vere Bertie, son of the first Duke of Ancaster. In the early 19th Century the building passed into the hands of the Hon. Alexander Samuel Leslie-Melville, youngest son of the 7th Earl of Leven. As time went on Hon. Leslie-Melville had a vision of a grander residence. Enlisting the help of architect J MacVicar Anderson, they put together his visualization. Construction of the new hall commenced in 1884 and was completed in 1885. The old hall, still being in a good state of repair was made home to the servants and the staff of the Leslie-Melville family, with rumours of the two buildings being linked together by a series of ingenious underground passages.
On New Year's Day 1903, during the annual Goose Supper for the local tradesmen, fire broke out at the old hall. Despite a team of firemen fighting the fire for many hours the old hall could not be saved. However the firemen were still rewarded with the remnants of the goose supper that had so hastily been abandoned.
Branston Hall, like so many similar houses throughout Britain received its call up papers for World War II with the spacious rooms providing hospital wards and accommodation for medical staff. After the war the local council took over the hospital service, and by 1980 the building had fallen into disuse and was sadly neglected. The building was then in an ill state of repair and having had most of its original estate sold off was offered for auction.
This is not a pet friendly property
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