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Gareth
Gareth
@Gaz9efc
5.0 of 5 bubblesReviewed on 29 Mar 2022
One night stay
"Very clean and comfortable room, breakfast was outstanding."
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#1 Best Value of 17 places to stay in Sleaford
Value-focused hotel with clean, modern rooms, cozy beds, and great showers. Wide range of breakfast options, off-road parking, and close to town center.
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YorkieontheTyne
YorkieontheTyne
@YorkieontheTyne
5.0 of 5 bubblesReviewed on 21 Jun 2023
Another comfortable visit.
"The room was clean and comfortable."
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#2 Best Value of 17 places to stay in Sleaford
Known for excellent food and friendly staff, this hotel offers variety of menu options, ideal for family events. Comfortable beds and a well-stocked bar make it a popular choice.
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Utility block accross the field at Low Farm Park Folkingham
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Peaceful campsite with spacious pitches, excellent amenities, and friendly hosts. Communal fire pit for socializing, newly refurbished toilets, and beautiful countryside location.
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Well-maintained hotel with beautiful scenery, relaxing atmosphere, friendly staff, and clean facilities. Features on-site pub, lake walks, and well-placed lodges.
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Small Hotel
#5 Best Value of 17 places to stay in Sleaford
Attentive host, peaceful atmosphere, well-stocked bar. Convenient location, comfortable rooms, some with fridges. Delicious breakfast, praised steak pies.
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Welcoming hotel with friendly staff, clean rooms, ample tea/coffee facilities, and delicious food. Great value, free parking and wifi. Tasty made-to-order breakfasts.
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Inn
#7 Best Value of 17 places to stay in Sleaford
Charming hotel in beautiful village, mix of classic & modern design, outstanding food & service. Spacious bathrooms, lovely bar, restaurant, and pleasant grounds.
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Graeme B
Graeme B
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4.0 of 5 bubblesReviewed on 22 Sept 2021
3 night stay
"Room was clean & comfortable, very cosy."
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#12 Best Value of 17 places to stay in Sleaford
Affordable, comfortable stay in central Sleaford with clean, well-maintained rooms. Dog-friendly, attentive management, and easy code access. Close to attractions and dining options.
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#17 Best Value of 17 places to stay in Sleaford
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Convenient location near main roads, town center, and RAF Cranwell. Ample parking, clean and comfortable rooms. Multiple fast food outlets and supermarket nearby.
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Steven P
Steven P
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5.0 of 5 bubblesReviewed on 12 May 2022
Lovley find
"Comfortable room, friendly welcoming staff, food is absolutely amazing."
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#1 Best Value of 1 place to stay in Aswarby
Peaceful countryside B&B with great views, comfortable rooms, and delicious breakfast. Family and dog-friendly, spacious rooms, and cozy atmosphere with log burners. Good food and warm bar area.
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floppsytart
floppsytart
@floppsytart
5.0 of 5 bubblesReviewed on 9 Aug 2021
Weekend Break
"Really comfortable room with tea and coffee facilities and a bottle of water."
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#1 Best Value of 1 place to stay in Heckington
Popular hotel with friendly staff and stylish rooms. Extensive menu featuring delicious Thai food and standout dishes like steak & ale pie. Lively atmosphere, loved by locals and tourists.
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Charming hotel with exceptional Sunday lunch, comfortable and tastefully furnished rooms, private hot tubs, and cozy lounge area. High-quality dining options and stunning Christmas decorations.
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Sleaford Hotels Information

Hotels in Sleaford

17

Hotels Prices From

£61

Hotels Reviews

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Hotels Photos

628

Travel high season

Dec - Feb

Travel low season

Sep - Nov

High season avg price

£84

Low season avg price

£78
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Season
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Dec - Feb
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£99
HIGHEST
£68£141
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4ºC
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-4ºC29ºC
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20in
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Mar - May
Avg. price/night
£92
£68£141
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9ºC
-4ºC29ºC
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18in
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14 in25 in
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
£94
£68£141
Avg. temperature
16ºC
WARMEST
-4ºC29ºC
Avg. precipitation
23in
WETTEST
14 in25 in
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
£89
LOWEST
£68£141
Avg. temperature
10ºC
-4ºC29ºC
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22in
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Hotels near the sights

  • Cogglesford Watermill
    Cogglesford Watermill, dating back to Saxon times, is thought to be the only Sherriff's watermill still in operation in England. The Mill lies in a picturesque setting on the River Slea in the historic market town of Sleaford, Lincolnshire, close to the town centre and all its amenities. A great family visit with a gift shop and light refreshments in an historic riverside setting. See the wheel turning most Saturday and Sunday’s and watch the machinery in full operation on the second Sunday of every month. After investment from North Kesteven District Council, Cogglesford's waterwheel has been fully restored and the building is rumbling into life once again.
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  • Heckington Windmill
    The only 8 sailed windmill of its type in the world. Explore all 5 floors of this unique windmill, take a guided tour (subject to volunteer availability) and learn about milling and the stories that lie behind our mill's 190 year history. Children will love exploring the mill and taking part in our mouse hunt, as well as finding out more about how the mill works through many of the exhibits in our visitor centre. A lift gives access to our exhibition space and the mill's ground floor for those who can't easily access all floors. Our tea room offers delicious cakes - baked with the mill's own flour. Finally you can end by visiting our shop, wher Current opening hours: Fri, Sat and Sun from 11a.m. to 4p.m. Adults £5, Children 5-16 £3, Under 5's free. Please check our website for up-to-date news, events and extended summer school holiday opening hours.
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  • Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum
    Royal Air Force College Cranwell (the first Military Air Academy in the world) is probably the most famous landmark in Royal Air Force (RAF) history. Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum portrays the fascinating story of this historic establishment from its early days as a Royal Naval Air Service base to the current day. Discover the history of the RAF Cranwell/RAF College Cranwell through artefacts, story boards, displays and exhibits. Try your hand on our interactive exhibits including a flight simulator where you can attempt to land a Jet Provost on the runway at RAF Cranwell before your fuel runs out! The museum also has a programme of changing exhibitions; the current exhibition 'A Tale of Two Apprentices' tells the story of two of RAF College Cranwell's apprentices, Sir Frank Whittle and Herbert Tomlin. During school holidays (including Bank Holidays) the museum offers family-friendly craft activities on their 'Make-It Monday' sessions. Free entry, donations are welcomed.
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  • Navigation House
    This impressive, refurbished original canal company office, built in 1838, is a Grade-II listed building standing in the old public wharf area, now known as Navigation Yard, off Carre Street. The building, thought to be the only one of its kind still in existence, has a heritage theme covering the early development of the new River Slea and portrays the story of the Navigation in Sleaford.
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  • Hub - Sleaford
    The Hub delivers an inspiring programme of contemporary craft, design, dance and creative arts experiences, in Sleaford, across North Kesteven and beyond. Home to the national centre for craft and design, our celebrated exhibitions showcase contemporary artists and makers from around the world. Our shop stocks an ever-changing collection of handmade craft objects and design gifts, and our CaféBar is a great place to enjoy locally sourced specialty food and drink. The Hub offers a dynamic learning programme of workshops, talks, classes, competitions, special events and performances for all people, ages and abilities. We deliver creative activities in schools, community & care settings and online; and we work with our communities & partners to coordinate participatory arts projects, events, festivals, celebrations and public commissions.
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  • The Sleaford Playhouse
    The Playhouse was restored to a working Theatre in 2000 and has had a varied history. Originally built as a theatre, it was subsequently adapted for a variety of other uses to meet the demands of the time, and is now once more being used for its original purpose. The Playhouse was built in 1825 for Joseph Smedley (bookbinder, printer and stationer - and comedian), who had purchased the land and surrounding tenements for £700. Smedley successfully managed the Playhouse as a theatre for several years. He owned a string of theatres from Kings Lynn around the Wash to Sleaford and ran a small touring theatre company, which toured these theatres in the Lincolnshire and Norfolk area. In January 1841, after a relatively quiet time with poor attendances at the theatre, Smedley sold the Playhouse to John Hyde (watchmaker) of Sleaford. Hyde managed the Playhouse and succeeded in attracting a variety of acts to Sleaford, including magicians, comic singers and touring theatre companies. Hyde died in June 1853, but by then he had sold the Playhouse to Jane Hill of Sleaford and William Pidd- Fischer (Miller at Money's Mill). After a short closure, they re-opened the theatre in 1855 under the management of Mr R.A. Douglas. Attendances, however, were miserably small. The taste for drama had all but disappeared in Sleaford and closure loomed again. The executors of Hill and Fisher sold the Playhouse, including fixtures and fittings, in August 1856 to Thomas Parry for the bargain price of £380. In 1857, the building was bought by the Church of England, who elected Parry, together with his business partner William Kirk, to convert it into a school that was done at a cost of £1,085.00 paid for by subscription. Thus, the Playhouse became Sleaford's first infant school. Subsequently, the Playhouse has served as a library, an emergency shelter during both world wars and a government benefits office. Sleaford Little Theatre bought the Playhouse in 1994 with a view to restoring the building to its original use. A nucleus of enthusiastic members worked hard on the project to provide the town once more with its very own theatre venue. While SLT had sufficient funds to purchase the building and carry out a certain amount of work, additional funding came from various sources, including the Foundation for Sports and Arts, Wren Recycling, local benefactors and sponsors, thus enabling the renovation to be completed. The newly restored Playhouse opened its doors to the public in October 2000, thus once more becoming a working Georgian Theatre, one of only six remaining in the country and out of those six two are with a small, rectangular auditorium. Sleaford Little Theatre now had the 'home' they'd dreamt of, and the town had an invaluable venue for all sorts of events. As the Playhouse celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2010, a refurbishment project saw the original restoration improved to include new racked seating for the downstairs seats, new carpet downstairs making the wooden floors seem more comfortable and many more much-needed improvements. Since re-opening the Playhouse, Sleaford Little Theatre has entertained audiences with a wide variety of productions, from classics such as J.B. Priestley's 'An Inspector Calls', Daphne du Maurier's 'Rebecca' and Charles Dickens''David Copperfield', to comedies such as Lloyd & Croft's hit ''Allo 'Allo' and Alan Ayckbourn's 'Communicating Doors', plus many more. The Playhouse is proving to be a popular venue for a wide variety of other entertainment too, from local bands and solo artists to professional touring theatre companies and musicians. We aim to continue to provide an attractive range of events at the Playhouse to appeal to a wide variety of tastes, hopefully attracting new audiences as well as satisfying our existing patrons. Thank you for your support and interest in The Playhouse. We hope you've enjoyed this brief history and we look forward to welcoming you to the Playhouse.
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Travelodge Sleaford, Supreme Inns, and Carre Arms Hotel are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Heckington Windmill. See the full list: Hotels near Heckington Windmill.

Popular hotels close to Birmingham Intl Airport include Novotel Birmingham Airport, Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport - Nec, an IHG Hotel, and Travelodge Birmingham Airport. See the full list: Hotels near Birmingham Intl Airport.

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