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Dinner, B&B packages

Overnight stays Book early & save 10%

Book an overnight package two weeks ahead of arrival and enjoy 10% discount.

Choose between our super popular Dinner, bed and breakfast package which includes a dinner allowance of £35 per person plus full English breakfast. See menus.

Alternatively, if you’re just looking for somewhere stunning to rest your head for the night, you can opt for our excellent value B&B package. Prices depend on your room preference.

Book Early & Save – Save 10% when booking 2 weeks ahead of arrival on both our BB and DBB rates. 100% deposit required, non-refundable, non-transferable.

Lazy Sunday Stay

Lunch and stay as long as you like! Up to 20% savings

Sundays never felt so good! Arrive at your leisure on any Sunday and enjoy a relaxed three course traditional Sunday Lunch at our on site restaurant, Blossoms (served until 5pm). See menus.

Take your pick of one of our fabulous bedrooms, some offering spectacular views of Rutland Water! Plus enjoy a full English breakfast on each morning of your stay. There’s no need to rush off with a late checkout until 12 noon included. And, if you want to bolt on another night’s stay, please be our guest! We’d be honoured to continue to be your host for as long as you choose.

And, when the time comes to say ‘goodbye’, we’ll be sorry, but we’ll hope that you’ve enjoyed your lazy Sunday so much, that you’ll be keen to return.

100% deposit required. This rate is non-refundable and non-transferable.

Dog-Friendly Resort

Canine companions welcome Bring your best friend

With 70 acres of beautiful parkland to explore, a neighbouring lakeside to sniff out and lots of long country walks to enjoy, Rutland Hall Hotel is the perfect retreat for your four-legged friends.

Canine companions are welcome within the hotel grounds (maximum of 2 dogs per lodge/suite), on the outside terrace and within selected lodges and rooms.

Pooch prices are charged at £25 per night for hotel bedrooms. This includes a dog bed, a toy and two dog bowls so they feel pampered too. For our lodge dwelling dogs, the cost per night is £10 per night for self-catering accommodation.

Please note only room categories from our Standard rooms are able to accept canine companions. There are no dog-friendly bedrooms within the main hall. Please also be aware that we do not cater for feline guests; no cats can stay on site.

Resort Map

Rutland Hall Hotel is set in 70 acres of mature parkland. Accommodation, dining and leisure facilities are located throughout the resort.


Relax at Rutland Hall

You don’t even have to step foot off the resort to find fun for the whole family. Whether you choose to enjoy a competitive round of crazy golf or take a dip in our swimming pool, we have so much to do right here! There’s a bowls lawn for you to enjoy and a 9-hole pitch and putt course, both overlooking the exquisite views of Rutland Water. Get in touch with our Leisure team to book your chosen activity.

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  • Barnsdale Gardens – Take the garden tour and see for yourself the amazing range of ideas in thirty eight individual gardens in an eight-acre site, individually designed and , all built on peat-free, organic principles. Whether you are a keen gardener, an armchair gardener or a visitor looking for a wonderful day out with a great lunch, then Barnsdale Gardens is for you!
  • Burghley House, Sculpture Gardens and The Garden of Surprises – Green tranquil walks, modern sculpture and family fun. The gardens and parkland that you see today at Burghley were largely designed by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown in the 18th century. Today, sweeping vistas down to the spires of Stamford in the parkland, splashing in the Garden of Surprises or tranquil walks next to the lake in the Sculpture Garden can all be enjoyed
  • Normanton Church – The medieval St Matthews Church was built for the Earl of Ancaster on the foundations of a building dating back to the 14th century. It was later rebuilt in a classical style in the 18th century when the Heathcote Baronets created their estate in Rutland and used the parish church as their private chapel. In 1920 the aristocrat family relocated and the church was abandoned until Rutland Water was created in the 1970s.
  • Rutland County Museum – Rutland County Museum, located on Catmos Street in Oakham, is the perfect introduction to the smallest county in England. Admission is FREE. The museum tells the story of the county, with exhibitions of archaeology, rural and social life. Whether your interest lies in the Jurassic period, medieval times or more recent eras, there’s an abundance of artefacts and treasures to uncover.Gates Garden Centre – Located just 4 miles from Oakham, Gates offers a huge range of everything for the garden and much more besides. Whether it’s something for the garden, something for your home, some inspiration – there is plenty for all! If you are looking to experience the best in local produce then Gates Farm Shop is a must. There are indoor and outdoor play areas, a restaurant and a coffee shop.
  • Gates Garden Centre – Located just 4 miles from Oakham, Gates offers a huge range of everything for the garden and much more besides. Whether it’s something for the garden, something for your home, some inspiration – there is plenty for all! If you are looking to experience the best in local produce then Gates Farm Shop is a must. There are indoor and outdoor play areas, a restaurant and a coffee shop.
  • Belvoir Castle & Engine Yard – Belvoir Castle’s history dates back to the eleventh century. It is the ancestral home of the Duke of Rutland, where the family have lived in an unbroken line for almost a thousand years. The castle is open to the public for certain days throughout the year, please check their website for full details. For lovers of the outdoors, there are many  walks through the formal gardens on the castle terrace and into the woodland through the Japanese, Duchess’s and Hermit’s gardens. The Engine Yard is restored from old estate buildings, now a centre of excellence for local food, drink and artisan shopping

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Rutland is proud to support such varied talent and entrepreneurial spirit of its shopkeepers, market traders and craftsmen and women. It’s wonderful to spend time browsing amongst the historical buildings that house many of our shops.

  • Oakham, the County Town of Rutland: medieval history, scrumptious food & stylish shopping – Oakham is a pretty, traditional English market town, bustling with activity. Packed with heritage, there’s plenty to see. Wander through the Market Place on a Wednesday or Saturday to find a burgeoning display of the finest local produce from meats and pies, to local cheeses, artisan bread and fresh free-range eggs. On the the 3rd Saturday of the month, experience our traditional Farmers’ Market in Gaol Street.
  • Uppingham: steeped in history, in a distinctly charming English market town – Uppingham is blessed with a range of speciality shops and traditional retailers, many of whom are still family owned and run. For browsing around antiques shops. Uppingham hits the mark perfectly allowing you to meander around the town for hours, finding hidden gems around every corner. Uppingham has been a functioning market town since the 14th century.
  • Stamford: One of the finest Georgian towns in England – Stamford is widely regarded as one of the finest stone towns in England. The pretty facades of the town are favourites with film and television producers – it’s no wonder that visitors come from far and wide to experience Stamford’s charm. There is a bustling market day every Friday when the pavements are packed with eager shoppers stocking up on local vegetables, meats, pies, bread and fresh fish. Experience Stamford’s quieter side by seeking out tranquillity on the banks of the River Welland which winds its way through Stamford en-route to The Wash. Stamford’s narrow alleyways and hidden courtyards are home to a variety of speciality shops, fine jewellers and designer boutiques, whilst the High Street has a great choice of independent and recognised retailers.
  • Wymondham Windmill – Tucked away in the quaint and picturesque village of Wymondham, just north of Rutland, is Wymondham Windmill. With it’s welcoming tea room and lovely collection of shops, it’s a splendid place to pop in to with the children. There’s a playground, playhouse and large grassy area, a small vehicle track for younger children and a woodland puzzle trail through their two acre woodland of Native British Trees.

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  • Rutland Farm Park – A family owned and run farm park on the edge of the lovely market town of Oakham with a wonderful variety of animals to see, a playground and a lovely Tea Room and gift shop. Only a 10 minute walk from Oakham High Street but free onsite parking is also available.
  • Rutland Water Beach – Pack a picnic and your bucket and spade and head to Rutland Water beach. Located at Rutland Water’s North Shore, Rutland Water beach provides 140 metres of sandy shoreline and a 2,800m2 area for you to paddle and swim in.
  • Twinlakes Theme Park – Twinlakes Park is all Action! ALL ADVENTURE! Endless adventures of family fun providing great days out, where the fun never stops! Indoor and outdoor fun for all ages. Twinlakes offers a variety of family events across the year from Christmas fun to spooky Halloween!
  • Rutland Watersports – Sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing or stand up paddle boarding, from beginner to expert we can offer you the perfect activity, course or day out for everyone. Located on the North Shore of Rutland Water. The friendly, enthusiastic and highly qualified instructors are sure to make your day as great as it could possibly be.
  • Aqua Park – Slip, slide and splash at the inflatable Aqua Park. It’s the biggest and the best in the UK. Located on the North Shore of Rutland Water, you can find the Aqua Park next to Rutland Watersports, perfectly located for a full on day on the water! Fun for adults and children alike, the 100m x 80m inflatable obstacle course is available throughout the summer season from May the 26th – come rain or shine.

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  • Cycle Hires are available at either Whitwell or Normanton, with the Rutland Bell offering return trips for shorter routes.
  • Rutland Water – Walking a full circuit, which takes in the Hambleton Peninsula, will see you cover 24 miles, 16 if avoiding Hambleton. If this is too far for your party, don’t worry, there are plenty of other shorter walks and trails you can take. A great walk for those looking for an easy stroll is to start at Normanton and walk across the dam to Sykes Lane and back. The route is flat and smooth and has fantastic views.
  • Exton Park Estate – A large rural Estate located in heart of Rutland based around farming, forestry, residential & commercial properties as well as venues for events and weddings.
  • Hambleton – Rutland Water Peninsula – This beautiful circular walk follows the edge of Hambleton Peninsula, surrounded on all sides by Rutland Water, and is a popular location with everyone from dog walkers and birdwatchers to mountain bikers.
  • Fineshade Woods – Located north of Corby in the Midlands, Fineshade Wood provides a picturesque setting for your next adventure. Whether you want to have a leisurely wander through the trees, get the kids to let off some steam at one of our exciting play areas or go on a bike ride, Fineshade Wood is bursting with opportunities to explore the great outdoors.
  • Wakerley Great Wood – Discover this historic ancient woodland that contains rich and diverse archaeological remains, near Corby. There are numerous informal trails and paths along the forest roads and tracks, some surfaced, some not. The car park is set amongst majestic larch and includes a large grassed area for games and picnicking.

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  • Rutland Water Golf Course – Play the most outstanding golf in Rutland! With Panoramic views of Rutland Water you have a choice of the challenging 18 hole Championship Normanton course or nine par 3 holes on the Hambleton course You can hire Clubs and buggies, warm up on the driving range and practice on the chipping and putting greens. There is always expert advice available from one of the pros and the pro-shop is fully stocked with all the latest equipment. After your game enjoy the fully licensed bar, cafe & restaurant.
  • Greetham Valley Golf – Enjoy a round or two of golf!  Set in beautiful undulating Rutland countryside, Greetham Valley is viewed by many as simply the best golf complex in Rutland and the East Midlands, offering 45 glorious holes of golf, 2017 winner of the prestigious Environmental Golf Course of the Year award. Set amidst 276 acres of picturesque countryside just a few minutes’ drive from Rutland Water.
  • Fishing at Rutland Water – Attracting anglers from across the UK and Europe, both beginners and those with a lifelong passion for fishing enjoy the exceptional fishing opportunities on offer at Rutland Water. Fish from the bank or motor boats in one of the world’s finest trout lakes. It’s predominately a Trout fly fishery but they do allow Predator fishing at certain times of the year.
  • Rutland Water Cruises – A cruise aboard the Rutland Belle allows you to enjoy the sights of Rutland Water whilst listening to commentary highlighting points of interest. The Rutland Belle can carry up to 110 passengers, with 60 places in the under-cover saloons. Drinks are available on board. Open: April to October. Sailings depart Whitwell North Shore calling at Normanton Church, South Shore.