At Glebe House, a fine former Georgian Rectory set in the Vale of Belvoir, you will be welcomed in the impressive entrance hall, and then shown to your spacious bedroom up the grand staircase. Settle in, then relax in the downstairs reception rooms. On cold winter nights there is a log fire in the Music Room to warm and cheer you. In the evening you are able to enjoy supper or dinner in the fine dining room, or find excellent restaurants in the surrounding villages. In the morning you will awake to the smell of freshly-baked bread.
Breakfast is served in the dining room, and we promise: you will be well looked after. We want you simply to enjoy being here as you throw off the cares of the everyday world and ease into the timeless experience of Glebe House.
Outside there are farm buildings and stables, orchards and a magnificent vegetable garden together with formal gardens around the house and a croquet lawn. Glebe House has in its past had associations with literary figures such as George Crabbe and Byron. The 16 acres of parkland includes grazing for sheep and walks for visitors. Beyond lies the whole Vale of Belvoir and magnificent views of Belvoir Castle.
There is much to explore locally in this unspoiled part of the English countryside. For those wishing to access the business cities of the East Midlands, we are well placed, being under an hour to Leicester, Nottingham, Lincoln or Birmingham. The A1 is just 4 miles away, and Grantham Station (10 minutes away) is only just over an hour from London Kings Cross. We are also only twenty minutes from Stamford and Newark.
Because of the spaciousness of Glebe House and its surroundings it is an excellent venue for reunions of friends or gatherings of business people. We are a wonderful location for those looking for a real "home" in which to celebrate for small parties, small or larger Weddings with or without a marquee, and are licenced to hold Marriages, Civil Partnerships and Naming Ceremonies.
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