Eden House Hotel
130 North Parade, Grantham, Lincolnshire NG31 8AU - United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 01476590800
The newly refurbished Kings Hotel, soon to be rebranded The Eden House Hotel was originally a prestigious Hunting Lodge to the North of Grantham called Hotel Diana. It was extended and transformed into the Kings Hotel and stood unchanged for decades until 2014. The new owners, Chris and Theresa Duggan, have worked their magic to bring the original spirit of finesse, comfort and style coupled with the highest standards of dining back to this historic Hotel. Eden House Hotel offers a choice of two main restaurants, the brasserie and fine dining Victoria room.
Eden House Hotel offers a choice of two main restaurants, the Eden Brasserie and the fine dining Victorian Room. We offer a range of appetising menus to satisfy all tastes utilising local produce according to season. Alternatively, guests may choose to eat and relax in our comfortable lounge area or in the Eden Hotel Bar.
Here at Eden House Hotel we understand there are many different reasons to celebrate during the year, with colleagues, friends and family. Whatever the occasion be it a wedding, conference, sports dinners, wake, funeral tea, we host a wide range of business and private functions. When you hold your event at Eden House Hotel, you can look forward to a fantastic day planned to suit you and your guests. Our dedicated Event Specialists Penny will work with you to meticulously plan your event and handle every aspect from menus to seating plans to accommodation, leaving you to sit back, relax and enjoy.
Grantham is a market town within the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, England. It bestrides the London to Edinburgh East Coast Main Line railway and the River Witham, and lies close to the A1 main north-south road. The town is best known as the birthplace of former Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher and the place where Isaac Newton went to school, at The King`s School. It is close to 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, notably Edith Smith in 1914, and producing the first running diesel engine in 1892, and the UK`s first tractor in 1896.
The town centre of Grantham, built around St Wulfram`s Church is ten minute`s walk from the hotel. The medieval church whose exceptional 282ft high spire is famed as “the finest steeple in England” it is the 6th highest in the country and dominates views of the town. Grantham has amongst many other attractions, two shopping centres including Downtown, a bowling alley, cinema, leisure centre and arts centre. Grantham and its surrounding area offer many attractions including two National Trust Estates, Belton House with its beautiful landscaped gardens and Woolsthorpe Manor, birthplace of Isaac Newton. Grantham Museum has exhibitions on the iconic WW2 Dam Busters raid which was devised in Grantham, and on Margaret Thatcher, one of the most well-known political figures of the 20th century.
Belvoir castle is nearby, overlooking the beautiful vale of Belvoir and home to the Duke and Duchess of Rutland. Rutland water nature reserve is a magical place for cycling, introducing people of all ages to the delights to be found by bike around the water`s edge and beyond. The cycle track that runs around the perimeter of the water is a fantastic ride in the sunny afternoons of summer or the brisk frosty winter mornings. The reserve occupies shore line and shallow water lagoons along 9 miles of the western end of Rutland Water Reservoir and covers a total area of 1000 acres. There are currently 31 bird watching hides and nature trails.
The Eden House Hotel is centrally located for exploring further afield too, being around an hour each from Lincoln, Nottingham, Stamford, Oakham, London and Leeds.