Ramada Hotel Grantham United Kingdom Location:
The Ramada Grantham Hotel is situated on the edge of the ancient 12th century market town of Grantham. Sir Isaac Newton was the most famous pupil at the Kings Grammar School and Britain’s first woman prime minister, Margaret Thatcher was born in the town.
A complete history of the town is documented in the town centre’s museum.
Within easy reach of Ramada Grantham you will find picturesque towns, delightful villages, wonderful countryside & much to interest you.
Places of interest
Melton Mowbray Golf Course Please Visit:http://mmgc.org/
Ancaster Karting & Paintball
Belton House is one of the finest Restoration houses in the country, built between 1685 and 1688, with stunning interiors containing exceptionally fine plasterwork and wood-carving, as well as an important collection of paintings, furniture, tapestries and silverware. With a magnificient 1,000 acre landscaped park, a large adventure playground, the licensed Stables restaurant and a well-stocked National Trust Gift Shop, Belton offers a great day out!
Belvoir Castle The family home of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland. The Castle enjoys breathtaking views over the Vale of Belvoir and costumed guides are on hand to show visitors the impressive collection of period art and furniture. The grounds around the Castle are extensive and relaxing.
Burghley House is the largest and grandest house of the first Elizabethan age. Built by William Cecil and still a family home for his descendants. Eighteen state rooms contain unique and important collections of porcelain, art, furniture and textiles. The Orangery Restaurant, Gift shop, Sculpture Garden and Deer Park are just some of the attractions to be found.
Grimsthorpe Castle is the home of the Willoughby de Eresby family. The castle contains fine furniture, paintings and tapestries. It is surrounded by expansive grounds and ancient parkland. Facilities include tea room, shop, family cycle trail, woodland walk and picnic area
Rockingham Castle, built by William the Conqueror, was a Royal fortress and has been the home to the Watson Family for the last 450 years. The predominantly Tudor building, within Norman walls, has architecture, furniture and works of art from practically every century.
Ancaster Karting & Paintball has a variety of undulating woodland Paintball fields ranging from defending Forts and Army Vehicles to flag games and speedball arena games. It caters for all levels of ability from the complete novice to the counntry’s leading player. Karting is also on offer. A qualified Quad Marshal will lead you out in maximum groups of five. The excursion involves a Trek via the Quarry, Trees, Hilly Terrain, then over the marshland. Come equipped for a muddy experience!