• The Barnsdale, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    4.78

    A fabulously dog-friendly, recently refurbished hunting lodge transformed into a boutique hotel in the heart of Rutland’s undiscovered rural landscape with wonderful walking trails around Rutland water.  

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  • Rutland Hall Hotel, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image

    You can slow down and take it easy in the tranquil grounds of the super dog-friendly Rutland Hall Hotel - a blissful 19th-century bolthole with sleek interiors overlooking Rutland Water.

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  • Hambleton Hall, Rutland
    4.75

    For unbeatable views, stunning country walks and gourmet food, head to luxurious, dog-friendly Hambleton Hall in Rutland – a former hunting lodge out on the island in the middle of Rutland Water.

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  • Tom Cottage, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    Middle St, England
    4.00
    This delightful, Grade II listed, thatched stone cottage is tucked away on a quiet lane with a superb country pub just a short walk away. One of a pair, the accommodation is like a home from home, combining a contemporary home with traditional features and beamed ceilings. A separate snug allows you space to simply sit by yourself, relax and unwind with a good book. Rutland Water (with world class fly fishing), Oakham, Uppingham and Stamford (home of the International Burghley Horse Trials) are all a short drive, with great walks and cycle routes from the front door.

    A sheltered stone terraced area to the rear offers a lovely spot for al fresco dining with a large lawn to one side with 6 seater rattan garden furniture and parasol. Tom Cottage even boasts a roll-top bath in the bedroom to have a relaxing soak in as well as an en-suite shower room. Two further bedrooms mean the property can be enjoyed by up to six guests and is ideal for those wanting to experience the country lifestyle in a traditional thatched cottage. Easily accessible just 15 minutes’ drive from the A1, yet tucked away in the countryside village of Wing (which boasts a highly recommended pub/restaurant) means it is a great cottage to just relax in or even use as a base to explore the area from. Wing Hall is a few minutes walk away, where there is a well stocked farm shop that sells local produce, as well as beer, wine and everything guests might need for a barbecue. There is also a café and bikes are available to hire. Shop 3 miles, pub and restaurant 200 yards.
    £144
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  • Church View, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    Oakham, England
    5.00
    Single-storey, log-cabin resting near the Rutland Water Nature Reserve, on the fringes of Greetham village. Hot tub. Off-road parking. Pet-friendly.
    £69
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  • The Stables, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    Set in the beautiful county of Rutland, between the market towns of Oakham and Melton Mowbray, is this fabulous rural holiday home with enviable views of fields and rolling countryside. From every window you’ll be spoilt by the undisturbed views that you can admire for hours on end. The patio enclosed garden gives you nearly 360-degree admiration of the stunning county of Rutland. Inside, the open plan kitchen, living and dining room provides spacious living for a couple with the bedroom on the first floor taking the whole footprint of the property with a convenient en-suite shower room attached.
    Walks and cycling paths are in abundance in this area with the convenience of two lovely market towns for all your local amenities just a few miles away. This is certainly an escape to the country destination! Oakham, 4 miles, is packed full of heritage and enjoys an array of local facilities including high street and independent shops, cafés, tearoom and restaurants. The local train station is just over 3½ mile and links to Birmingham New Street via Melton Mowbray and Leicester and Stansted Airport or Cambridge via Peterborough. There are also trains to London St Pancras from Oakham. Oakham also boasts a small castle and museum along with markets. Melton Mowbray (also around 4 miles) is famous for the home of the pork pie is also full of shops, pubs and restaurants. Also with easy driving distance are more local market towns including Uppingham and Stamford with more independent shops and eateries.
    Rutland Water with its 4200 acres of open countryside and nature reserves where you can enjoy stunning walks, bird watching at the local nature reserve, fishing, rock climbing, high ropes, golf, crazy golf, boat trips, water sports including windsurfing, sailing, canoeing, Aqua Park, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding during the summer is approximately 8 miles away. There are plenty of places to visit including Burghley House, with its annual horse trials, 18 miles, Boughton House, Barnsdale Gardens, Sacrewell Farm and Rockingham Castle all within easy reach.
    £82
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  • Buckingham House, RutlandInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Welcome to Buckingham House, a luxurious barn conversion in the charming village of Whissendine, located in the picturesque county of Rutland. This stunning holiday let offers a tranquil retreat with modern amenities and spacious accommodation. With two spacious bedrooms, each boasting its own private staircase and en-suite bathroom equipped with all the necessary amenities for your convenience. This barn conversion provides the utmost comfort and privacy for up to six guests.
    The bedrooms are thoughtfully designed to create an inviting atmosphere, ensuring a restful night’s sleep after a day of exploring. Start your day with an invigorating shower or relax in a long soak in the bath, indulging in a moment of pure relaxation. The ground floor features a shower room, ensuring ample facilities for all guests. Unwind and refresh in this modern space, complete with contemporary fixtures and fittings. The separate living room provides a cosy haven for relaxation with the added bonus of a sofa bed. Sink into the comfortable sofas, cosy up by the crackling log burner, and enjoy a movie night or engage in delightful conversations with your loved ones. The heart of the home lies in the bright and spacious open-plan kitchen, dining, and family room. This beautifully designed space allows you to prepare delicious meals in the fully equipped kitchen while socialising with family and friends. The dining area provides a perfect setting for memorable meals, and the family room is ideal for bonding over board games or simply lounging around together.
    To add an extra touch of luxury to your stay, a hot tub awaits in one of the two courtyard gardens flanking the property. Immerse yourself in the warm, bubbling water and let the jets soothe your muscles as you unwind under the open sky. Beyond the comforts of this stunning barn conversion, Whissendine and its surrounding area offer a range of activities and amenities to enhance your stay.
    Just a short distance away, Rutland Water is a picturesque reservoir renowned for its natural beauty. Enjoy walking, cycling, fishing, and birdwatching in this idyllic setting. Discover the rich history of Rutland at this fascinating museum. Learn about the county’s heritage, including its agricultural, industrial, and social past. At the Rutland Falconry and Owl Centre, get up close and personal with magnificent birds of prey at this popular attraction. Enjoy thrilling flying displays and educational experiences. Whissendine and the surrounding area boast a range of traditional pubs and charming eateries. Sample delicious local cuisine and experience the warm hospitality of Rutland. Explore the beautiful Rutland countryside with its numerous walking and cycling trails. Take in the breath-taking views, encounter wildlife, and immerse yourself in nature. Visit the nearby towns of Oakham and Melton Mowbray, known for their historic charm, independent shops, and vibrant markets. Whether you’re seeking outdoor adventures, cultural experiences, or simply a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, this luxury barn conversion in Whissendine provides the perfect base for an unforgettable holiday.
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  • Wisteria Cottage, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    A perfect location in the centre of the quaint market town of Uppingham with eateries and bars on the doorstep. This beautiful Georgian cottage is full of character and stunning features and provides comfortable self-catering accommodation in the lovely small county of Rutland. Please note there are steep stairs to the lower ground floor. A stair gate is in-place here.
    As the name suggests, wisteria decorates the front of this elegant Georgian property which accommodates up to six guests over four floors. The well-supplied kitchen provides all the equipment you need to rustle up a hearty breakfast or evening supper should you not want to enjoy the many pubs and restaurants located a stone’s throw away. Enjoy your meal in the dining room, watch a film in the movie room or retire to the open fire in the living room on the lower ground floor where you can snuggle up in front of the TV (steep stairs lead down to here and a stairgate is in place). The first floor provides a double bedroom and dressing room, complete with baby changing facilities, leading into the bathroom. The second floor boasts two more double bedrooms each with its own character.
    Uppingham is the smaller of the two main towns of Rutland and is welcoming, charming and full of history. Take the heritage trail around the town or just enjoy the honey-coloured buildings that line the streets. The town is well known for its art and antiques with many galleries and dealers around every corner including other speciality shops and traditional retailers, many of whom are still family owned and run. You’ll always find somewhere to enjoy a meal or light snack with a range of traditional country inns, stylish restaurants and cosy English tea rooms within easy walking distance.
    Don’t forget to visit the market just around the corner which takes place every Friday. The larger town of Oakham and equally as enchanting is just over 6 miles away where you can discover a larger range of local amenities including high street and independent shops, cafés, tearooms, restaurants and a train station. The town also boasts a small castle and museum and is packed full of heritage. No visit to Rutland is complete with time spent at the stunning Rutland Water some parts of which can be reached in just over 4 or 5 miles. It boasts 4200 acres of open countryside and nature reserves where you can enjoy stunning walks, bird watching at the local nature reserve, fishing, rock climbing, high ropes, golf, crazy golf, boat trips, and water sports.
    £83
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  • Kings Retreat, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    An absolute beauty of a property located close to the centre of the historic market town of Oakham on a quiet residential street. The owners have really shown style and personality in this property with fantastic decorative features showcasing the mix of wood and exposed brickwork. The well-equipped kitchen provides everything you need to rustle up a lovely meal, and with the open-plan living space, everyone can enjoy time together. The living room area also can be used as extra sleeping space with a comfy sofa bed which can be converted into a double. Upstairs you have two bedrooms and a shower room. Outside you and your four-legged friends can enjoy access to an enclosed garden and inside, see if you can find the secret doggy door!

    A short walk will take you into the traditional market town of Oakham, packed full of heritage, and enjoy an array of local facilities including high street and independent shops, cafés, tearooms, and restaurants. The town also boasts a small castle and museum. The local train station is only a quick 3-minute walk with links to Birmingham New Street via Melton Mowbray and Leicester and Stansted Airport or Cambridge via Peterborough. There are also trains to London St Pancras.

    No visit to Rutland is complete with time spent at the stunning ’Rutland Water’ which is just 4 miles away and can be reached by hiring bikes directly with the owner (payable locally). It boasts 4200 acres of open countryside and nature reserves where you can enjoy stunning walks, bird watching at the local nature reserve, fishing, rock climbing, high ropes, golf, crazy golf, boat trips, and water sports including windsurfing, sailing, canoeing, Aqua Park, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding during the summer. Also within easy driving distance are more local market towns including Uppingham and Stamford with more independent shops and eateries. There are plenty of places to visit including Burghley House, with its annual horse trials, 14 miles, Boughton House, Barnsdale Gardens, Sacrewell Farm, and Rockingham Castle. Other market towns slightly further afield include Oundle, Market Harborough, and Melton Mowbray.
    £82
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  • The Granary, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    Situated in the rural and quiet village of Braunston in Rutland is this gorgeous and very spacious barn conversion, The Granary. It is perfect holiday accommodation whether you are staying for a few days or a week or two. The large living room has stunning, double-height ceiling showing off the beautiful beams and enjoys a cosy wood burner for those cooler evenings. On the way to the spacious kitchen/dining room, you will pass through the study, the perfect place where you can respond to those all-important emails! The split-level kitchen/dining room is well equipped and is the social hub of the property. The ground floor also boasts a separate utility/boot room and toilet. At the top of the stairs, you are greeted by two large kingsize bedrooms (one with an en-suite bathroom) and a separate shower room. You will not be disappointed with your choice of accommodation!
    Just over 2 miles and you are in the centre of Oakham, a traditional market town packed with heritage and with an array of local facilities, a railway station, Oakham Castle and Museum. Uppingham and Stamford are also easily accessible and enjoy plenty of local and independent shops, cafés, tea rooms and restaurants.
    The Granary is well situated for attractions such as Rutland water with its 4200 acres of open countryside and nature reserves where you can enjoy stunning walks, bird watching at the local nature reserve, fishing, rock climbing, high ropes, golf, crazy golf, boat trips, water sports including windsurfing, sailing, canoeing, Aqua Park, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding during the summer.
    There are plenty of places to visit including Burghley House, with its annual horse trials, 18 miles, Boughton House, Barnsdale Gardens, Sacrewell Farm and Rockingham Castle. Market towns slightly further afield including Oundle, Market Harborough and Melton Mowbray.
    £126
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