The wonderful boutique accommodation is nestled in the beautiful North Lincolnshire countryside, a short drive from Lincoln, Gainsborough and Scunthorpe. An exclusive use mansion house venue for weddings, celebrations and business functions with luxurious accommodation available. Enjoy the intimate atmosphere, historic surroundings in this truly exclusive experience.
The perfect place for a relaxing stay
A beautiful boutique hotel in historic surroundings, Cleatham Hall offers guests the ideal place to indulge in relaxation and get the most from their precious downtime. Whether relaxing in one of our stunning suites, enjoying our beautiful reception spaces or roaming the picturesque grounds, there is something for everyone.
enjoy a delicious seasonal lunch & Dinner
A perfect way to relax and enjoy the tranquil setting of Cleatham Hall. Catch up with friends, impress a business client or spend some quality time with your loved ones whilst you enjoy a delicious seasonal lunch, lovely afternoon tea or an elegant dinner in the beautiful Cleatham Hall Orangery. All whilst enjoying the views across the stunning gardens.
Whilst you are relaxing in our tranquil surroundings and enjoying the luxurious accommodation, why not take some time experience one of the many equally compelling attractions in the area?
There are a whole raft of fantastic attractions and activities in the surrounding area of Cleatham Hall, which offer something for everyone. So whether you are an adrenalin junkie, culture vulture, sport enthusiast, professional shopper or history seeker there are some fantastic ways to make the most of your hotel stay at Cleatham Hall.
things to do in the area
Visit Lincoln Visitor Information Centre for all information you want to know about the City of Lincoln - where to visit, what’s on and...
Alkborough Flats is the most north-westerly part of the historic County of Lincolnshire, at the confluence of the Rivers Trent and Ouse...
Alkborough, near Scunthorpe
The last of nine windmills that once stood on the Lincoln hill top and the last working mill in Lincoln, built in 1798....
Far Ings National Nature Reserve is located to the west of Barton-upon-Humber and the Humber Bridge....
Lincolnshire is a wonderfully diverse county to explore by bike and this route will allow you to experience many different aspects of...
Lincoln & Surrounding Areas