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The Archway Guest House – Grantham

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15 Swinegate



NG31 6RJ

United Kingdom

Grantham is a market town within the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, England. It bestrides the East Coast Main Line railway (London-Edinburgh), the historic A1 main north-south road, and the River Witham. Grantham is located approximately 26 miles (42 km) south of the city of Lincoln, and approximately 24 miles (39 km) east of Nottingham. The resident population at the 2001 census was 34,592[1] in around 18,000 households, excluding the adjacent village of Great Gonerby. With the housing estates in Londonthorpe and Harrowby Without (around a population of 4,500), this figure would be around 42,000.

The town is best known as the birthplace of former prime minister Margaret Thatcher, and the place where Isaac Newton went to school. It is within short walking distance of an ancient Roman road, and was the scene of Oliver Cromwell’s first advantage over Royalists during the English Civil War at Gonerby Moor. Grantham is also notable for having the first female police officers in the United Kingdom, in 1914, and producing the first running diesel engine in 1892, and the UK’s first tractor in 1896.

Archway Guest House offers a warm and friendly welcome to all who visit. The traditional well maintained period building set over three floors includes Six Letting Bedrooms, and outside Coach Suite and peaceful mature walled garden, currently being refurbished back to it’s former self. This grade 2 listed building has many interesting nooks and crannies within its boundaries. The spacious guest lounge is freely available for the use of all residents and is also where breakfast is served. Archway Guest House is a situated in the town centre, across from St. Wulfram’s Church and Sir. Isaac Newton’s old School.

Upcoming Events

  • Mixed Instruments – 6 Oct 2017 – 01:00