Hotels Near Belton Park In Grantham

4/5Very Good10 Reviews
2.12km from Belton Park
We were supposed to be stopping at this hotel in July but they phoned us and asked us to postpone as the had a golfing group who “were not behaving”, so we rebooked for October. We really wanted to use the pool so being aware of restrictions due to COVID-19 we contacted the hotel 2 weeks before to check on how we could book the pool, at which time we were told by the spa and leisure manager that it was available to book 24 hours in advance. We arrived at 5:30, and decided to see if we could use the pool that evening but were advised it was fully booked which was fine. However we were then told that we could not book for the following evening, it was only available at 6:30 in the morning or 7pm 2 days later (after we checked out). When I challenged this, and showed the email from the manager I was told that 24 hours meant anytime the day before, that central reservations had been taking bookings in advance, and members had reserved bookings, so basically we were at the back of the queue. So, having made sure we understood how we could book the pool we didn’t get to use it. We had booked 2 rooms - a suite and a superior room - while they were both large there were no “luxuries” such as robes. The bathroom in the suite was large, which just meant there was a lot of wasted space and the towel rail was a long distance from the sink. We ate in the restaurant on our first night, the best I can say is that the food was OK. We had to book for breakfast, but that created a queue to get in as there was no one at the desk when we arrived, and the queue meant that people leaving had to walk closely past us - putting the sign a couple of metres back would have avoided this. The menu clearly stated that there would be no alterations other than for dietary needs. We went to the bar (table service only) the second evening before going out, but were not offered a drink for over 20 minutes by which time it was too late. As appears to be the norm in the industry at the moment they appear to be using Covid-19 as an excuse to only clean rooms every 3 days unless you specifically request a clean which we did, and the rooms were cleaned fine. This could be a nice hotel in a lovely setting but the service is well below what it should be for this type of hotel.
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5/5Perfect11 Reviews
2.39km from Belton Park
Breakfast is great, can speak Cantonese, free parking on the roadside
FromUS$57
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
2.47km from Belton Park
I stopped here over night while traveling with work. First impressions were nice, huge amount of car parking, nice court yard area and a warm welcoming reception area. My room was 108 in the court yard in house number 10. First impressions were of a fantastic amount of space with the room being big and airy, 2 nice sized sliding sash windows and a nice big en-suite shower room all being nice and clean - Excellent room so far.... BUT!! The noise you could hear from the room below was absolutely ridiculous. I mean you could here every word. The other noise which was to the extreme was when the room below put there water on or flushed the loo - Not good! For me this ruined what was a fantastic room for the money. Sound proofing the ceiling would be a good investment! I booked a table in the restaurant for 6.30pm and was shown to a table where my order was taken promptly and efficiently. I had pan seared chicken breast with Dauphinoise potato and a Rich Madeira sauce for £14.95 along with a cheese board at £6.50 for desert. The Chicken Breast didn't look very seared, with what were the worst Dauphinoise i'd ever had and the tiny bit of sauce was far from rich! This plate of food was very expensive for the money. The Cheese board was very nice but was served with fruity bread?? To be fair the waitress/bar girl who seemed to be doing everything swapped the bread for biscuits straightaway. The dining experience is good, spoiled massively by the annoying telephone ringing constantly to tell the waitress when orders were ready - really no need! The price of drink at the bar is pretty high which can be expected but didn't bother me as the pub pretty much next door served a great range of beers at £1.20 less per pint than the hotel... Breakfast was tip top, very good choice of cereals and fruit juices. The cooked breakfast choice was outstanding and nicely served..... But that telephone again :( Upon checking out I was not asked if I enjoyed my stay, nor was I asked if I had any problems. Had I been staying longer I would most likely of complained. On the whole a nice clean place for the money. I would probably stay again but would request a different room and also eat and drink away from the hotel. I did want to give 3 because of the restaurant meal, bar price and annoying bell but have noticed Bertie's Bistro has a separate TripAdvisor page and it would be unfair on the accommodation side so a 4 it is Could easily be a 5 with a bit of plumbing work and sound proofing.... Maybe give residents a slight discount on drinks to keep them in the bar too??
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3/55 Reviews
2.87km from Belton Park
Came here a few days with a few friends who stopped by Grantham on their way to Skegness. I’d wanted to go in previously but my partner always thought it might be a ‘locals pub’ as it’s hard to see in through the windows. However, upon entering we found the chap behind the bar to be very friendly and really pleasant and helpful. The locals were also incredibly nice and everyone was having a quiet and considerate drink to see in Christmas. I’d definitely go back and would recommend it to anyone that maybe looking for a local pub around that part of Grantham.
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4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
4.67km from Belton Park
The receptionist Karen was an amazing help and comfort on the morning of our wedding, she kept me calm and between her and the housekeeper Mags, they did an amazing job at getting rooms ready for our wedding guests that were arriving before the normal check in time. We arrived to our room on the evening of our wedding to find banners, balloons, chocolates, petals and prosecco laid out around two swan shaped towels on our bed. This was an amazing way to finish an amazing day. All the staff have been amazing but Karen and Mags well and truly went above and beyond for us. Thankyou so much.
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4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
4.83km from Belton Park
I'm a frequent guest, and normally enjoy Travelodges, but this was very poor. No disabled parking near the hotel - the parking is part of the motorway services, and the accessible parking by the hotel has been turned into electric vehicle charging points, meaning that I had further to walk with my belongings (in the bad weather), than would have been ideal. I was given an upstairs room, and whilst they did ask if I would be OK with the stairs (something I would normally avoid), I decided that it was late, and one flight of stairs wouldn't do me any harm, so I credit them with actually asking me first. I opened the door, which was extremely heavy, to find that the main light did not work, but I figured that I was going to bed, so I would use the bedside light to do the essentials, and then tell them the following day. However, the problems did not stop there, the spoons in both cups were dirty, and therefore clearly had not been checked. But the biggest issue was the window! It was a night of heavy wind and rain, and I wasn't expecting silence, but it did not seal properly, so the wind was blowing in so much that the curtains were moving, and the noise was horrendous; extremely loud whistling, on top of external wind (and other) noise, meaning I really struggled to sleep, with moving curtains making me jump periodically. This is also not a new build, so there are no plugs anywhere near the bed, which, in the 21st century, is extremely frustrating for personal electronic equipment, let alone medical kit. Very disappointed as I have stayed here previously, and use other Travelodges without question. As long as the price is sensible, they are what they say on the tin, no frills, but are warm, clean, comfortable, with tea/coffee, TV, and ensuite. There is hanging space, and often some sort of food eatery close by, but not often. They are a budget hotel, but for me, much better than others budget chains I have had the misfortune of paying for. However, on this occasion, there were simply too many problems to simply let it be. I would use them again however.
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4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
6.57km from Belton Park
My husband & I discovered The Gregory over 10 years ago & have dined there regularly over the years It was our first time staying & we soooo enjoyed our over night stay last Friday The room was gorgeous with everything you need while still paying attention to present (Covid) circumstances Loved having the coffee machine in the room It was quiet & very comfortable The food was great & well presented - 'Pie night' And, a tastey breakfast in the morning Tables are appropriately distanced All the staff were friendly & helpful We had a little wander round the courtyard at the back which was pleasant There is also a small window feature in the floor of the dining room which I have never noticed before It enables you to see down in to a lighted very deep well The Gregory has real character Thank you to all staff
FromUS$144
3.7/510 Reviews
7.11km from Belton Park
I stayed here back in September 2018. The room I was allocated last time was a little strange, small TV and sloping roof... This time however, I was allocated room 805 (My business partner got 806) Check-in was very efficient, contact free and covid safe with screens in place. Masks are compulsory in all public areas as it should be and the staff I spoke with were lovely and very helpful The room was spacious and clean, although I was a little confused as to why the wardrobe was right next to the doorway into the room as there is very little room here (see the photo below) Excellent sized TV with all the freeview channels and two single beds (I'm sure I booked a double, but no matter) the bed I slept on was very springy ... as in VERY springy... but it was comfortable and I slept like a very loudly snoring baby. The bathroom had an amazing walk-in shower and a deep bath tub which was just what was needed after a long day of work and driving. Just one criticism, there are no grab rails around the bath and as it is very deep, it could be an issue with someone who isn't quite as steady on their feet as I am when getting in and out... Lovely bath smellies too.. I opted for Room service which was tomato and red pepper soup, rolls with butter, and a Doombar ale pie and chips with a huge gravy boat of gravy. Food was amazingly nice considering some of the food on offer in other hotels at the moment. Piping hot, full of flavour (especially the soup which was to die for as they say) Breakfast the next morning was equally as nice. I opted for toast with sausage and beans (must be the old cowboy in my genes) All in all a lovely hotel and lovely staff. Doing their utmost to keep things as normal as possible during this pandemic... thank you all
FromUS$91
3.4/510 Reviews
9.63km from Belton Park
Stopped here for 1 night and was really impressed with what we received from check in to check out, nothing was too much trouble for the staff. Room was lovely, shame no cups for hot drinks (I know it’s Covid, but other places give cups) and your toilet roll is really poor - does make the standard drop! Bar service and food was excellent and could not fault the place. Yes I agree, there is so many parts that need money spending on it, and I believe a new company has purchased such hotel - so no doubt this will come in time! It needs to become a holiday resort, which incorporates the entertainment venue at the top of the drive and also the leisure complex, which is being left to ruin! I’d happily return without a doubt, lovely grounds and professional staff
FromUS$610
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
12.93km from Belton Park
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, The Geese and Fountain offers pet-friendly accommodation in Grantham, 28 km from Nottingham. The inn has a terrace and views of the garden, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant or a drink at the bar.All rooms come with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room.You can play darts at the inn. Lincoln is 45 km from The Geese and Fountain, while Leicester is 35 km away. East Midlands Airport is 38 km from the property.
FromUS$92
2.7/56 Reviews
13.91km from Belton Park
Greeted by a very polite and professional receptionist who gave us all the information we needed for our stay. Of all the Travelodges we have stayed in recently this was by far the cleanest and best maintained of them all despite not appearing to have been a very recent refurb. We found the place very quiet despite being adjacent to the A1 (we were fortunate to have a room at the rear however). The inside was very quiet - we never heard anything all night despite not being the heaviest of sleepers!. Excellent for the price we paid.
FromUS$51
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
15.57km from Belton Park
Went with friends for a xmas catch up with friends and never having been to the the tollemache before didn't know what to expect but was impressed with their extensive and varied menu, service was faultless and meals served by pleasant staff recommend Wednesday steak night 2 steaks and a bottle of wine all for £25. Well worth a visit if in the area.
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Hotels Near Belton Park In Grantham Review

3/55 Reviews
Came here a few days with a few friends who stopped by Grantham on their way to Skegness. I’d wanted to go in previously but my partner always thought it might be a ‘locals pub’ as it’s hard to see in through the windows. However, upon entering we found the chap behind the bar to be very friendly and really pleasant and helpful. The locals were also incredibly nice and everyone was having a quiet and considerate drink to see in Christmas. I’d definitely go back and would recommend it to anyone that maybe looking for a local pub around that part of Grantham.
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5/511 Reviews
Breakfast is great, can speak Cantonese, free parking on the roadside
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4/510 Reviews
We were supposed to be stopping at this hotel in July but they phoned us and asked us to postpone as the had a golfing group who “were not behaving”, so we rebooked for October. We really wanted to use the pool so being aware of restrictions due to COVID-19 we contacted the hotel 2 weeks before to check on how we could book the pool, at which time we were told by the spa and leisure manager that it was available to book 24 hours in advance. We arrived at 5:30, and decided to see if we could use the pool that evening but were advised it was fully booked which was fine. However we were then told that we could not book for the following evening, it was only available at 6:30 in the morning or 7pm 2 days later (after we checked out). When I challenged this, and showed the email from the manager I was told that 24 hours meant anytime the day before, that central reservations had been taking bookings in advance, and members had reserved bookings, so basically we were at the back of the queue. So, having made sure we understood how we could book the pool we didn’t get to use it. We had booked 2 rooms - a suite and a superior room - while they were both large there were no “luxuries” such as robes. The bathroom in the suite was large, which just meant there was a lot of wasted space and the towel rail was a long distance from the sink. We ate in the restaurant on our first night, the best I can say is that the food was OK. We had to book for breakfast, but that created a queue to get in as there was no one at the desk when we arrived, and the queue meant that people leaving had to walk closely past us - putting the sign a couple of metres back would have avoided this. The menu clearly stated that there would be no alterations other than for dietary needs. We went to the bar (table service only) the second evening before going out, but were not offered a drink for over 20 minutes by which time it was too late. As appears to be the norm in the industry at the moment they appear to be using Covid-19 as an excuse to only clean rooms every 3 days unless you specifically request a clean which we did, and the rooms were cleaned fine. This could be a nice hotel in a lovely setting but the service is well below what it should be for this type of hotel.
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4.5/55 Reviews
The receptionist Karen was an amazing help and comfort on the morning of our wedding, she kept me calm and between her and the housekeeper Mags, they did an amazing job at getting rooms ready for our wedding guests that were arriving before the normal check in time. We arrived to our room on the evening of our wedding to find banners, balloons, chocolates, petals and prosecco laid out around two swan shaped towels on our bed. This was an amazing way to finish an amazing day. All the staff have been amazing but Karen and Mags well and truly went above and beyond for us. Thankyou so much.
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4.1/510 Reviews
I stopped here over night while traveling with work. First impressions were nice, huge amount of car parking, nice court yard area and a warm welcoming reception area. My room was 108 in the court yard in house number 10. First impressions were of a fantastic amount of space with the room being big and airy, 2 nice sized sliding sash windows and a nice big en-suite shower room all being nice and clean - Excellent room so far.... BUT!! The noise you could hear from the room below was absolutely ridiculous. I mean you could here every word. The other noise which was to the extreme was when the room below put there water on or flushed the loo - Not good! For me this ruined what was a fantastic room for the money. Sound proofing the ceiling would be a good investment! I booked a table in the restaurant for 6.30pm and was shown to a table where my order was taken promptly and efficiently. I had pan seared chicken breast with Dauphinoise potato and a Rich Madeira sauce for £14.95 along with a cheese board at £6.50 for desert. The Chicken Breast didn't look very seared, with what were the worst Dauphinoise i'd ever had and the tiny bit of sauce was far from rich! This plate of food was very expensive for the money. The Cheese board was very nice but was served with fruity bread?? To be fair the waitress/bar girl who seemed to be doing everything swapped the bread for biscuits straightaway. The dining experience is good, spoiled massively by the annoying telephone ringing constantly to tell the waitress when orders were ready - really no need! The price of drink at the bar is pretty high which can be expected but didn't bother me as the pub pretty much next door served a great range of beers at £1.20 less per pint than the hotel... Breakfast was tip top, very good choice of cereals and fruit juices. The cooked breakfast choice was outstanding and nicely served..... But that telephone again :( Upon checking out I was not asked if I enjoyed my stay, nor was I asked if I had any problems. Had I been staying longer I would most likely of complained. On the whole a nice clean place for the money. I would probably stay again but would request a different room and also eat and drink away from the hotel. I did want to give 3 because of the restaurant meal, bar price and annoying bell but have noticed Bertie's Bistro has a separate TripAdvisor page and it would be unfair on the accommodation side so a 4 it is Could easily be a 5 with a bit of plumbing work and sound proofing.... Maybe give residents a slight discount on drinks to keep them in the bar too??
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FromUS$149