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Hotels near York Street stadium - Boston United FC

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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.

Bramley House - 267, Sleaford Road Boston PE21 7PQ

1.6 miles from York Street
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £Full | Customer rating: 4\6
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Long established the Bramley House is a family run business, with over 18 years experience providing a high standard of accommodation and a range of excellent facilities for a wide range of clients. Established 1989, we are a family run former Victorian farmhouse and annexe room offering flexible hotel and guest house accommodation including bed and breakfast. We have been serving holiday makers and visitors for many years and we have built our business through recommendations from our many satisfied and returning guests. En-suite facilities and high speed Internet access is standard in all our rooms as well as free onsite parking for all guests. Other in room amenities include TV, hair dryer and tea and coffee making facilities. Iron and ironing board is readily available. We're ideally placed for touring the fens. Fishing, golf, cycling, walking, bird watching, it's all available locally. We are within easy driving distance to Lincoln, Sleaford, Spalding, Skegness and Kings Lynn amongst many others.

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

7.0 miles from York Street
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £62.5 | 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.
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