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Once upon a time there was a drinking club at Burghley House. It was founded by The 5th Earl of Exeter in 1684 and it was called The Honourable Order of Little Bedlam. It had an eclectic bunch of members: The Baptist Earl of Gainsborough was known as Greyhound, The Hon Charles Bertie...
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Went for lunch during a visit to lovely Stamford. Nice outside area in the sun and kitchen garden. Menu was over-priced and unecessarily complex. Try hard, quirky and gimmicky. Food took a long time arrive after complaining as to where it was although not particular...More
After calling often on route to essex, we called again. had sunday lunch which at 15.50 was a total disappointment. meat with a yorkshire pudding, two old roast potatoes 3 beans and broccoli and some purple slime which when we asked the waitress she didn’t...More
We arrived to a friendly welcome. We ordered our main course and the young lady explained they were busy. We had to ask after 40 minutes when we would receive our food. The waitress went to check, but didn’t return to explain. We overheard comments...More
Lovely old hotel staff very accommodating we needed a midday check-in in order to change a room was ready for us at no extra cost.room pleasant and comfortable bathroom very nice with a powerful shower, breakfast excellent best poached eggs ever,lovely garden area where they...More
The room and bathroom were very comfortable and clean, nice big rain shower. My room looked over the garden, where they grew herbs and vegies. Nice
arge outdoor sitting area. The lounge and eating area were period decorated, which i love. The building was an...More