The Falcon Hotel is a stunning 16th Century coaching inn that is the pride of Uppingham’s historic Market Place. The charming hotel is situated just four miles from the shores of Rutland Water in the heart of the natural splendours of Rutland.
AA 4* Accommodation, 2 AA Rosettes and Home To Jimmy’s Smokehouse in Rutland
Don Paddy’s has a warm and inviting atmosphere in the heart of the Market Square, serving an innovative twist on brasserie food alongside an extensive selection of house and fine wines, continental lagers and cask marque awarded real ales.
Hambleton Hall, a Relais and Chateaux property, is one of Britain’s finest country house hotels. It has a spectacular lakeside setting and its restaurant is a haven for gourmets.
Set within a Grade II listed former hunting lodge circa 1604, Hunters Bar & Kitchen offers honest tasty food, locally sourced, created and prepared by renowned local chef Neil Hornsby. We serve specialist coffee from Oakham’s local roaster Two Chimps, local craft beer from the Oakham based Grainstore Brewery and locally produced spirits, including from Market Harborough the award winning Two Birds range of gin and vodka.
The hotel offers flexible dining to suit all tastes, whether you just want a snack in our informal bar or our comfortable lounge, afternoon tea in front of the fire or out on the Terrace or a more formal dinner in our Clock Restaurant during the winter months or the conservatory during the summer months enabling you to enjoy the best views from any Hotel on Rutland Water. We pride ourselves in sourcing many locally produced foods, and offering a wide selection of quality dishes at affordable prices, with of course the atmosphere provided by the unrivalled views from the restaurant of the stunning Rutland Water.
Visit the Orangery Restaurant for morning coffee, light bites, afternoon tea, specialty party dinners, celebrations and wedding parties.
Originally a 17th century farmhouse on the Exton Estate, home to the Noel family (Earl of Gainsborough) for generations at the head of a horse chestnut tree-lined avenue, Barnsdale Lodge hotel is now a superb 44 bedroom hotel and restaurant.
Situated in its own graceful and tranquil gardens on the glorious north shore of Rutland Water, the hotel is built in local mellow Rutland stone, quarried from the adjacent estate of the Earl of Gainsborough. With its gentle undulating fields and spectacular views of the lake, it is one of England’s hidden treasures.
From bar snacks to A la Carte dining, exceptional quality and friendly service are first and foremost when catering for our guests at Greetham Valley. Our delicious seasonal menus offer a wide range of choice and our restaurants enjoy panoramic views over the golf courses, lakes and valley.
Barnsdale Hall Hotel offers a choice of dining options. The Brasserie Restaurant offers a wide selection of appetisers, entrées and desserts, all of which are prepared seasonally, using local produce.
7 High Street Eas, Uppingham, Rutland, LE15 9PY, United Kingdom
The Kings Arms Inn
13 Top Stree, Wing, Rutland, LE15 8SE, United Kingdom
Don Paddy's Uppingham
8 Market Place, Uppingham, Rutland, LE15 9QH, United Kingdom
Hambleton, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 8TH, United Kingdom
Hunters Bar & Restaurant
Wisteria Hotel, 4 Catmose, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 6HW, United Kingdom
Normanton Park Restaurants
Normanton Park Hotel, Normanton Road, Rutland Water South Shore, Rutland, LE15 8RP, United Kingdom
The Orangery Restaurant & Garden Cafe at Burghley House
urghley House, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 3JY, United Kingdom
Barnsdale Lodge Restaurant
The Avenue, Exto, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 8AH, United Kingdom
Greetham Valley Lounge Bar and Valley Restaurant
Wood Lane, Greetham, Rutland, LE15 7SN, United Kingdom
Brasserie Restaurant at Barnsdale Hall
Stamford Road, arnsdale, Nr Oakham, Rutland, LE15 8A, United Kingdom