The Best Western King's Hotel, originally a Victorian gentleman's residence, is situated in the ancient 12th century market town of Grantham. Sir Isaac Newton, whose imposing bronze statue is situated on the green at St Peters Hill, was the most famous pupil at The King's Grammer School and Britain's first woman Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher was born in the town. The parish church of St Wulframs with its soaring spire of 90m dominates the centre of Grantham.
The Hotel has 20 spacious and well equipped en suite bedrooms and 1 superior suite for that special occasion, all tastefully furnished with every possible modern facility
130 North Parade, Grantham, United Kingdom
Kings Hotel, Grantham, Lincs
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