Cosy, warm, quaint
Posted Sep 28, 2015 on Hotels
I've just returned from a one night stay at the Brackenborough Hotel whilst on business in Louth. I arrived around 230pm and was promptly checked in. I'd booked a single room, B&B rate for £86. My room, 201, was a good size with a comfy bed and a large bathroom. The room was perfectly good for a one night stay, although I wouldn't have wanted to have several days in a small room.
I had an evening meal in the restaurant, and ordered the Brackenborough Burger - which I'd highly recommend. The restaurant is dark and moody at night, a really nice environment - and light and airy in the daylight for breakfast.
Speaking of which, breakfast consisted of a buffet of fruit juices, fruits, yoghurts, cereals and condiments, with a main choice of full English, smoked salmon, omelettes, eggs benedict and a few other choices - more than enough for even the pickiest of customers.
In the evening of my stay I took a brief walk around the buildings, which would look even lovelier in daylight (wish I'd done this upon my arrival). At the rear of the site is a separate suite which looks like it would be used for conferences or weddings, which also looked top notch.
It's unlikely I'll ever be back in this neck of the woods on business, but if I'm ever near Louth for pleasure this hotel will be my number one choice to stay in.