In the attractive market town of Horncastle, this Grade II listed coaching inn offers en suite rooms and an on-site restaurant. It is located midway between the Cathedral City of Lincoln and the East Coast seaside resorts.
All rooms at Admiral Rodney Hotel are decorated in elegant, bright colours and feature a flat-screen TV. Other features include a work desk and facilities for making tea and coffee.
Guests staying at the Admiral Rodney Hotel can dine in the Courtyard Restaurant or enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the Rodney Bar. The kitchen uses fresh local ingredients to produce English a la carte and traditional pub classics.
Ample free car parking is available for guests’ use at Admiral Rodney Hotel, with 24-hour surveillance cameras in operation.
What they offer
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
Services and conveniences
Available in all rooms
Free bottled water
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Dave from United Kingdom
Classic Double Room
Stayed 2 nights in August 2017
Elephants at dawn”
The hotel was satisfactory in all the ways one expects of a modern hotel, I say modern as although the building originally dates from the late 17th century, I believe, one would be hard put to it to identify any original features. The restaurant is excellent. Well cooked tasty food with no frills at a reasonable price, and the staff were unibform polite and ebnthusiastic. However,what spoiled our stay, and the reason we wouldn't stay again, was what appeared to be elephants in hob nailed boots parading up and down the corridor outside the room - the floorboards are possibly original underneath carpet, and creak. Together with noises from the room above from six o'clock on both mornings, our sleep was cut short