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Hickman Hill Hotel 2 Stars

Cox's Hill, Gainsborough, DN21 1HH Show on map  0.29 miles from Gainsborough
Score 9.1 from 3 reviews
Hickman Hill Hotel
Phone: +44 (0)1427 613639Online booking and availability
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Single£111.00
Double£111.00
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Gainsborough, located in Lincolnshire, is a beautiful town that is well worth exploring when in the local area. There are many sights to enjoy in the immediate locale, including Gainsborough Old Hall, which is considered to be one of the best preserved manor houses in the country. The house dates back to the 15th century and features a brick tower and fabulous Great Hall. It is reputed that both King Richard III and King Henry VIII stayed in the house. Other local landmarks include the River Trent. The town itself is believed to have been the inspiration for the town that appeared in The Mill on the Floss.

The historic English town of Gainsborough remained an active port for many years and it was used to transport goods to national towns.

In today's world it stands as an agricultural town and food merchandises of every kind have dominated most of the industry. Many reputable companies have opened their offices in this town to capitalize the potential of this growing town. The town has a decent population of well above twenty thousands. Most of the trends and scenery of the town are based on the rural conception of a town.

Many towns in England house some of the finest mansions of lords and wealthy people but none can compete with the elegant Gainsborough Old Hall. It was built in the late 1400s and still stands as a beacon of long gone glory. The sturdy brick tower can be identified from a distance, and many important personalities including Kings have stayed in this very hall. Dedicated staff attempt to ensure that the quality of service for the tourist is to a high standard, and exhibits are arranged to convey the information about the town and its history along with the overall English culture.

One of the geographical benefits that this town enjoys is the presence of River Trent. One of the finest riversides can now be accessed by the public as the local administration has recently invested heavy amounts of money. The seating area offers superb views of the river. Moreover many cafes are always open to serve fast food and excellent coffee.

We hope you enjoy your stay in one of our cheap Gainsborough hotels, mid range or luxury Gainsborough hotels.
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