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The William Cecil
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Bedrooms comprise of Classic, Superior and Deluxe and all with comfy beds and Egyptian cotton linen, complimentary organic vodkas by your bed and wonderfully aromatic bathroom products. The interior has been completed by an award-winning interior designer, complemented by bespoke original furnishings using Burghley House for inspiration.
The Restaurant offers uncomplicated seasonal tasty food, the Head Chef along with the team is keen to make the menu as equally enticing as it is simple, with something for everyone's taste. The hotel pride themselves on serving well presented food using fresh locally sourced ingredients from a variety of local suppliers. There is a small but perfectly formed wine list with a nice range of ‘bin end’ and ‘speciality’ wines.
The business facilities are elegant yet practical, travelling away on business doesn’t mean you have to give up on your home comforts. Friendly and unobtrusive service characterises the approach to corporate business, particularly focused on creating a relaxing meeting space without compromising on quality. The conference and events co-ordinator is on hand at all stages to offer advice and a personalised service to help ensure your day runs smoothly. There are 3 meeting rooms which can accommodate from 10 to 120 delegates, with wireless network throughout and integrated audio technology as well as plenty of natural light.
There is a whole host of interesting things to do and places to visit in and around the beautiful historic town of Stamford including; Burghley House with extensive grounds and sculpture park which are open to the public over the summer period. Burghley Horse Trials has held the autumn 3-day event on this estate since 1961 and is the longest, continuous running international event. Other local areas of interest include; All Saints Brewery and Church, Browne’s Hospital, Stamford Meadows, The Nene Valley Railway, The Barnsdale Gardens, Mid Lent Fair, Stamford Shakespeare Festival at Tolethorpe Hall, and further afield are Prebendal Manor House, Grimsthorpe Castle, Elton Hall, Peterborough Cathedral and of course the beautiful Rutland Water.