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The Willoughby Arms BED & BREAKFAST

A beamed, traditional stone country inn, listed in the Good Beer Guide, with stunning countryside views.

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B&B Contact Details Bed and Breakfast Summary
The Willoughby Arms
Station Road
Little Bytham

1 Family from:£25.00 pppn
1 Twin from:£37.50 pppn
2 Double from:£30.00 pppn
We have a residents bar. All or some rooms have private bathrooms. Our BNB is a local building of historic interest. We accept payment in cash. Our establishment is fitted with central heating throughout. We welcome coach parties.  Please contact us before arriving to check availability.
All or some rooms have ensuite facilities. Garden and/or patio area for guests Our establishment is gay friendly. There are golf facilitiesor nearby. Hairdryers are available in rooms or on request. Internet access available in rooms or residents lounge.
There is a leisure centre nearby. We accept all cards that display the Mastercard logo. We're sorry, we do not accept pets. We have on-site parking. We have a residents lounge. We have a restaurant.
There are scenic walks in the surrounding area. All rooms have a shaving socket. Smoking is not permitted in the establishment. We accept payment with Switch & Maestro cards. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities. We accept travel agent bookings.
All rooms have TV. We accept all cards that display the Visa logo.

Bed and Breakfast Description


The Willoughby Arms is a beamed, traditional stone country inn, around 150 years old and originally the booking office and waiting room for a private railway. Situated in a pretty village, recorded in The Domesday Book, the inn enjoys stunning countryside views from the large beer garden.

A freehouse, listed in the Good Beer Guide and cask marque accredited, a fine selection of ales from local breweries is always on offer. Tasty, homecooked food is available every lunchtime and evening and live music and beer festivals are just some of the regular events.

High quality, en-suite bed and breakfast, graded as 4 star, accommodation is available all year. All rooms are non-smoking and have colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities. The prices detailed include full English breakfast.


Stamford Attractions

Little Bytham is part of the Vales of Lincolnshire stretching from The Viking way in the North to the historic and delightful town of Stamford in the South.

Its historical connection with the railways described earlier, is only one of its many attractions. Surrounded by rolling hills and saturated with historic houses, the surrounding landscape is both dramatic and rich for exploration. Together with its sister village of Castle Bytham, a conservation area since 1973, the hamlet of Little Bytham provides an idyllic escape from urban life.

Places of interest in the locality include the Georgian town of Stamford with its 600+ listed buildings and the splendour of the historic Burghley House, one of the finest Elizabethan houses in England. Fascinating enough before, their use as the backdrop for TV/movie classics such Pride and Prejudice, The Da Vinci Code and Middlemarch has only served to increase their appeal.

Nearby Belton House, used as the setting for Jane Eyre and the imposing Grimsthorpe Castle with its 800 year’s history also have much to offer the Lincolnshire visitor. Easton Walled Gardens, lovingly restored to life after lying hidden for 50 years are another delight to explore.

Just over the county border lies Rutland Water, the largest man-made lake in the UK. Now an important wildlife reserve and birdwatching centre, a wide range of water sports are also available and the reservoir is surrounded by 25 miles of beautiful pathways and cycleways.

B&B Location

Leave the A1 at the junction for the B668 to Oakham but turn right following Stretton and Clipsham.

Continue through Clipsham and past Yew Tree Avenue (rows of topiary trees). After approximately 3 miles you will reach a crossroads indicating Bourne and Little Bytham straight on. Go straight over and you will arrive in the village with the church on your left hand side.

Just after the church (and before the railway bridge), turn right on the B1176 towards Stamford and Bourne. You will go over the ford and under a different railway bridge.

Follow the road for approximately 1 mile and the pub is on your left hand side.

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