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Cheap Hotels in Stamford

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179 reviews by TrustYou
87 Main Road, Collyweston
3.3 Miles from the centre

In Stamford

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per night from £70
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383 reviews by TrustYou
Main Street, Ufford
4.4 Miles from the centre

Near John Clare Cottage

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per night from £85
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460 reviews by TrustYou
24A High Street, St Martins
0.3 Miles from the centre

Situated in the centre of ancient Stamford, The Bull and Swan is a historic 16th-century inn. It features unique, luxury rooms and traditional cuisine made with fresh, local produce. Complimentary parking is available at The William Cecil Hotel nearby. All of the stylish and modern rooms at The Bull and Swan provide flat-screen TVs as well as luxury toiletries. Guests can make use of free Wi-Fi, while some rooms offer luxurious baths and large beds. Guests can enjoy pizzas and nibbles in the outdoor courtyard. Breakfast is served at the inn's sister property, The William Cecil, just a 2-minute walk up the road. The sprawling and beautiful Burghley Estate, home to the famous Burghley House, is less than a 5-minute walk away. Featured in the film ‘The Da Vinci Code’, the Elizabethan Burghley House includes a deer park and lake within its vast parkland.

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71 St Martins
0.1 Miles from the centre

This hotel is located in Lincolnshire, just 1.6 km from the A1 and 90 minutes north of London. The centre of Stamford is just a 5-minute walk from the hotel. The A47 between Peterborough and Leicester passes just 8 km away, and Cambridge is only 45 minutes to the south. Peterborough is 15 minutes away by rail, and London is just an hour away by train. Dating back to 1600, this is one of England's greatest coaching inns. It retains the charm and atmosphere of its long history yet offers today's guests every modern comfort, including air conditioning and Internet access. There are 47 rooms, and facilities include a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out service, a bar, a conference room, a restaurant, room service, laundry service and a car park (fees may apply). The establishment also offers a hotel safe, currency exchange facilities, a cloakroom and a pub. The en suite rooms each include a TV with Sky satellite channels and teletext, as well as direct dial telephone, complimentary wireless Internet access, a trouser press and a hairdryer. Additional amenities include radio, an ironing set, air conditioning, heating and a double or king-size bed. The bathrooms each come with a shower and bathtub. A continental breakfast is served daily. Lunch and dinner are available in buffet form or may be ordered à la carte or from a set menu. Travelling north or south-bound on the A1, exit the A1 at the Carpenters Lodge roundabout, and head for Stamford town on the B1081. On entering Stamford on the B1081, turn left at the traffic lights, and then take the 2nd left to enter the hotel car park.

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per night from £120
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THE GREEN MAN INN Hotel

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32 reviews by TrustYou
29 Scotgate

Near Burghley House

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per night from £65
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CANDLESTICKS Hotel

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35 reviews by TrustYou
1 Church Ln

Near Burghley House

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per night from £86
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Stamford House Bed and Breakfast Hotel

28 Aberdeen Close

Near Stamford Meadows

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per night from £95
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Hotels in Stamford

The historic town of Stamford sits on the River Welland in Lincolnshire, England. It is best known for the wonderfully preserved core of timber-framed architecture, 17th – 18th century stone buildings and five medieval parish churches. Stamford was recently rated as the best place to live by the Sunday Times newspaper.

History

There was extensive Roman activity around Stamford and the River Welland, but it was the Anglo-Saxons who made it a prominent town. By the Middle Ages the town was growing prosperous through the production of wool and woollen cloth which during Henry III's reign was known as far away as Venice. A Norman Castle stood here, but was demolished in the 15th century and today a small part of the curtain wall can still be seen.

For more than 600 years Stamford was the site of the Stamford Bull Run Festival, which was held annually on 13th November until 1839. According to tradition, the custom began after William de Warene, the 5th Earl of Surrey saw two bulls fighting in the meadow below his castle, and after two butchers parted the beasts, one of them fled into the town. The earl gave chase on horseback and so enjoyed himself that he gave the meadow to the butchers of Stamford, on the condition that they provided a bull to be run through the town each 13th November!

More recent historical highlights include RAF Wittering, originally a Royal Flying Corps [RFC] base opened in 1916 that became the ‘Home of the Harrier', Britain's innovative and iconic ‘jump jet'.

Landmarks

Stamford was the very first conservation area designated in England and Wales under the 1960s Civic Amenities Act, and since then the entire old town has been made an outstanding area of architectural or historic importance. Stroll around today and you will be surrounded by more than 600 listed buildings! Crucially, the Industrial Revolution left Stamford largely untouched, so much of the 17th and 18th-century town centre, built in Jacobean and Georgian style remains. The streets are characterised by quaint and beautiful timber-frame and stone buildings that use the same limestone found on the great Lincoln Cathedral, and there are lots of little shops tucked away in narrow alleyways.

Nearby you can visit Burghly House, a huge and ornate Elizabethan mansion, built by the First Minister to Queen Elizabeth I, Sir William Cecil.

Restaurants and Pubs

Stamford has 30 pubs and 20 restaurants. For a relatively small town it's an impressive count. There is a good mix of local independents and popular national chains, and a lovely selection of traditional pubs in fantastic premises. You might try Melbourne Brothers Brewery, the gorgeous Millstone Inn, The Pear Tree or The Periwig, but really there's a wealth of choice.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Stamford

What are the best hotels to stay in Stamford?

According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Stamford are The Bull And Swan, The George Hotel Of Stamford and The White Hart.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Stamford?

The lowest price for a double room in Stamford is £70.

What hotels are in the central Stamford neighborhood?

If you want to stay near the center of Stamford, you can consider staying at The George Hotel Of Stamford, The Bull And Swan and The Collyweston Slater.

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