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New England Hotel - 49 Wide Bargate Boston PE21 6SH

0.3 miles from York Street
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £70.0 | Customer rating: 4\6
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New England Hotel is a hotel full of great warmth and charm situated in the centre of Boston town. The Hotel is just a short walk from St Boltophs. Church, which is known locally as the Boston Stump, famous for having the tallest Parish Church tower in England. The hotel provides the perfect location for exploring historic Boston and the surrounding fens, wet lands and coastlines. Some of the places where guests can visit are: The famous Boston Stump Guildhall Museum, Hussey Tower, Lincolnshire Wolds, Tattershall Castle, Lincoln Cathedral and Natureland. Pilgrim Fathers Memorial Springfield Outlet Centre Please be informed that on arrival we will need either Picture ID, Chip and pin must be entered or the address must match the debit or credit card given. PAYMENT WILL BE TAKEN UPON ARRIVAL.

Kings Arms - 13 Horncastle Rd, Boston PE21 9BU

0.5 miles from York Street
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £70.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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The Kings Arms is a pub that offers B&B accommodation. It is situated a quarter of a mile from the centre of Boston offering a warm welcome in a friendly atmosphere to both locals and visitors to the area.The pub has recently undergone a refurbishment and now offers five high quality en-suite bedrooms. Value for money you will be hard to find anywhere better in Boston for overnight accommodation and breakfast The facilities at the Kings Arms include:a Beer garden is at the rear of the pub and safe for children. and a large car park to the rear of the pub. We offer a full range of superb Batemans Real Ales and guest ales, as well as an excellent range of spirits, wine, cider, lager and soft drinks. Boston's history is a rich one, littered with notable characters and events. In the middle ages the town grew to become an important port for the Hanseatic traders of northern Europe and for a period in the 13th Century Boston was the leading port in England. In 1545 the town was granted its charter and became a Borough. By the 17th Century Boston had become a centre of religious non-conformism, inspired by figures such as John Foxe and John Cotton. Many Bostonians, including Cotton, left to take up a new life in Massachusetts. As time went by, the drainage of the fenlands and the construction of extensive sea banks created vast areas of rich land suitable for the cultivation of crops, and led to another period of growth in the town.

Quayside Hotel & Bar - 6 London Road, Boston PE21 8AG

0.5 miles from York Street
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £73.95 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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The Quayside Hotel building has long been associated with the fishing heritage of Boston port. As well as being linked to our fishermen, the port is one of the oldest in the world. The Hotel was first opened in 1812 and today is a grade 2 listed building. Today you will find the Quayside to be a stylishly traditional Hotel & Bar offering a great atmosphere, comfortable lodgings and the largest range of Gin’s in Boston. Our Hotel boasts 19 Rooms and a 30 seat breakfast room, For those that love sport we have a Sports Lounge with a Huge Screen where you can enjoy the great atmosphere of your favourite sport. We don’t just offer Gin’s, in fact, we serve freshly ground coffee how ever you like it, a huge selection of wines, spirits and premium beers and an ever growing cocktail menu. Our cocktails are made with the very finest ingredients. Check out our instagram or facebook to view our creations. We provide a Breakfast option for our guests at an extra charge and provide Bar Snacks throughout the day. There are 9 disabled access rooms with easy access from the rear of the car park and we have handrails at the front entrance to the bar, all these rooms have en-suite shower or baths.

Boston West Hotel - Hubbert’s Bridge Boston PE20 3QX

4.0 miles from York Street
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £64.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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This 3-star rated Boston West Hotel is set amongst 200 acres of picturesque Lincolnshire countryside within the grounds of Boston West Golf Centre, which has an 18-hole par 72 golf course, floodlit driving range and academy course. For those new to the game there is a chance to learn from our residential professionals in the Academy and practice at our driving range before venturing forth onto our 18-hole course. The Boston West Hotel is just a short drive away from England’s scenic east coast, in particular the popular seaside destination of Skegness. A little closer is the idyllic British town, Boston, Lincolnshire, which offers the perfect day out with charming markets and historical buildings. With the Boston town centre just a ten-minute drive from Boston West, you will be able to explore the town famous for its port and St Botolph’s Church. The hotel has 24 fully en suite bedrooms which are maintained to a high standard. Spacious, with a modern contemporary feel, all rooms have king size or twin beds, TV, hair dryer and tea and coffee making facilities. Internet access is standard in the rooms and an iron and ironing board is readily available. Some rooms have balconies with lovely views over the golf course. With ample car parking and access to all the facilities of the Boston West Golf Centre, including hearty breakfasts, tasty evening meals at our on-site Westwoods Bar & Restaurant and a variety of function spaces, the hotel is ideal for a base for golf as well as exploring Lincolnshire, organising meetings or conferences, arranging a wedding breakfast or just stopping off on a business trip.

Supreme Inns - Donnington Road, Bicker Bar Roundabout, Boston PE20 3AN

6.6 miles from York Street
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £59.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Among its new features includes a fully equipped modern bar with a contemporary and relaxing feel. Tastefully decorated throughout, you can relax and enjoy your surroundings in a comfortable chair, either surfing the internet on your laptop with the free Wi – Fi available or chatting with friends. After being welcomed by our friendly staff, relax and select a choice of beverage from the bar. Serving everything from Guinness and Real Cask Ales to Cider, Wine to flavoured waters, even coffee and teas – there really is something for everyone. For those driving, there are also many soft drinks to choose. All-day breakfast, light bite, delicious homemade cake, lunch or dinner, you are sure to find something to tempt you. So why not come along, enjoy a drink, relax and socialise in the new Supreme Inns bar? Remember – you don’t have to be a resident to be here. We look forward to welcoming you soon! Fully refurbished modern hotel with a contemporary relaxing bar and exceptional restaurant facilities. Fresh locally sourced food with a team of quality chefs producing excelled home cooked meals. 55 large well equipped bedrooms, all ensuite with free internet access, telephone, flat screen televisions with Freeview, alarm clock facility and in room hospitality tray. Double, twin and disabled room available. Free parking.

Bricklayers Arms - Wainfleet Road, Boston PE22 9HT

6.7 miles from York Street
Rating\Stars: 2 | Prices from: £70.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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If you're looking for a traditional English pub that serves delicious, locally sourced food then the Bricklayers Arms is perfect for you. We have a menu with a varied meal selection to suit a wide range of tastes and appetites. So whether you just want a small snack or the whole 3 courses, we're sure we will have something satisfy your hunger. Located on the A52 between Boston and Skegness, we serve good beer and food but also have newly refurbished accommodation. All of our rooms have been recently redecorated to a high standard, have modern comforts and facilities and restaurant access. We welcome everyone from families with children to workers and contractors at our B&B. If you're wanting a night away in the Boston or Skegness area whether with family, friends or yourself come to the Bricklayers Arms. We are a friendly and welcoming pub that offers hearty grub and a comfortable place to sleep. All of our rooms are complete with everything you need for a comfortable stay. Our rooms also all have restaurant access and we serve freshly prepared food throughout the day, from full English breakfasts to sandwiches and main meals. We also have free WiFi access throughout the pub and a large car park outside for your convenience. Please be aware that the latest for check in is 10pm, If you are going to be later then you must ring to let us know. Without prior arrangement, check out time is 10am.

Boston Lodge Hotel - Browns Drive, Swineshead Bridge, Boston PE20 3PX

7.0 miles from York Street
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £50.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Boston lodge is situated just off the A17 on the A1121 Boston road.We are only 7 miles from Boston and ideally placed for touring the fens. Fishing, golf, cycling, walking, bird watching, it's all available locally. We are within easy driving distance to Linclon, Sleafor, Spalding, Skegness, Kings Lynn and so many other places far too numerous to mention. Boston lodge was once an old farm house and much smaller than today,it was built circa 1900 and different owners have extended the property over the last 30 years or so. We are told that it has been used as a bar and restaurant and also as an entertainment venue which apparently was very busy at one time before being changed to a bed and breakfast establishment. The present owners Patrick and Hazel bought the lodge in August 2008. We are seeing repeat guests which is very nice even from France,Belgium and the USA. Lincolnshire is known as bomber county because of the number of air-bases,air-fields and strips that abound throught the county. Guy Gibson was stationed nearby during the 2nd world war and used to frequent the Bluebell inn at Tattershall thorpe built in 1257, here you will find lots of old airforce photos and autographs of the old pilots some written on the ceiling.

Sunset House - Main Road, Friskney Boston PE22 8QS

10.0 miles from York Street
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £85.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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We are located on the A52 approx 12 miles from Boston 9 miles from Skegness and 1.5 miles from Friskney Village centre. Where you will find the village shop , the Anchor public house and the parish church. The house is surrounded by flat open farmland. There is ample off road parking and secure covered parking for bikes. We are based in a central location within easy reach of Historic Boston with St Botolph's church Maud Foster windmill 12 miles to the south and Skegness with Fantasy Island, Bottons Funfair, Butlins Funcoast World, Natureland seal sanctuary, Gibraltar point and soft sandy beaches to the north just 9 miles away. For keen anglers there is day fishing at Green Haven next door and for birdwatchers 15 minutes by car there is RSPB Freiston Shore and the Wash salt marshes. The Parrot Zoo is 3 miles away just the other side of Friskney village. The market town of Wainfleet is 4 miles away where Batemans brewery is based and the railway Station with regular services to the midlands and an excellent fish and chip shop. 8 miles further inland we have the market town of Spilsby on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, not far from the aviation heritage centre at East Kirkby. We also have the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight visitor centre at RAF Coningsby 23 miles away.
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