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    Bedrooms 10
  • From £80 per room per night

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The Finch’s Arms is a 17th century English country inn tucked away in the heart of the Hambleton peninsula on Rutland water. The inn offers 10 wonderfully appointed en-suite bedrooms.

At The Finchs Arms they pride themselves on serving delicious food using fresh locally sourced produce. The head chef works closely with his talented team to create a dynamic and exciting menu for you to enjoy. You can enjoy their menu's within any of the restaurants and in the delightful 18th Century pub.

The restaurants have breathtaking views of the reservoir and French doors which leads you out to the sun soaked terrace. In the Winter the open fire is a fantastic focal point which adds an atmospheric glow. This 18th Century pub is the perfect spot for a cosy lunch/dinner or even quick bite. Sit back and sip a pint of beer or enjoy a glass of wine.

The inn has 10 beautiful decorated en-suit bedrooms, 4 with breath-taking views of Rutland Water. They pride themselves on a creating a warm and comfortable stay for all guests so they can unwind and relax. All the rooms feature an en-suite bathroom, flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, mineral water, WiFi access and a delicious breakfast is included in the price.

They have a range of activities they can plan during your visit. If you would like to rent a bike, have a picnic or would like flowers on arrival just ask the reception on booking.

Ratings

  • AA 4 Star Inn
National Rating
AA
4 * rating
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    Double En-Suite 

    Double Rooms
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £80 per room per night

The inn has 10 beautiful decorated en-suit bedrooms, 4 with breath-taking views of Rutland Water. They pride themselves on a creating a warm and comfortable stay for all guests so they can unwind and relax. All the rooms feature an en-suite bathroom, flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, mineral water, WiFi access and a delicious breakfast is included in the price.

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