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The Red Lion Hotel: Centrally Located Historic Inn
The Red Lion is an excellent place to spend a night in the heart of Spalding. The building dates back to the eighteenth century and fronts onto the town's Market Place. On the ground floor is a cosy real ale pub which is listed in The Good Beer Guide. The hotel also has a restaurant-cum-breakfast room on the ground floor, which serves reasonably priced meals at lunchtime and until 9pm in the evening.
My room was comfortable and clean, with a TV and tea/coffee facilities and en-suite shower room. The sound-proofing of the floors was not great, but I suppose I should expect this from an old building. Interestingly there were plans of the hotel hanging in the corridor, showing how the hotel looked in the 1930's.
For car owners the hotel has places available in a secure carpark a short distance from the Market Place.
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Cley hall Hotel: Georgian manor house at your disposal
If you actually need to stay in Spalding then this hotel as just about the best reputation in a town that is not exactly awash with hotels.
I've been in for the odd bar meal and drink, and it seems a little old-fashioned but well run.
The building itself is grade 2 listed and is a restored Georgian Manor house overlooking the river. For a quiet weekend, I'm sure the four poster bed room is quite amiable.
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