Best Western White Hart Hotel
AddressHigh Street BostonSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Description provided by property
The White Hart Hotel offers premier Lincolnshire accommodation in the centre of Boston, within walking distance of the main shopping area, market place and local amenities.
Guests can also enjoy stunning riverside views of the famous Boston Stump church. White Hart Hotel is a traditional building with a modern edge, with 24 refurbished en suite bedrooms.
The Riverside Restaurant offers a range of fine cuisine and alongside the hotel is The Courtyard Bar, boasting a variety of beverages in a relaxing atmosphere.
Please note that the hotel does not currently have a lift. As a Grade II listed building, the hotel is awaiting planning permission. All rooms are accessible via the staircases. The hotel apologises for any inconvenience that this may cause.
By Car From Grantham on the A53: - Pass the town centre and pass over the level crossing. Take the 2nd exit on the mini roundabout, signposted A52 Boston / The Docks. - Continue for one mile. At the first set of traffic lights take the right-hand lane and carry straight ahead. At the mini roundabout take the 2nd exit signposted Boston United F.C. - Head straight on at the traffic lights, past ASDA and go over the level crossing. At the immediate roundabout, take the first exit with PC World on the left. - Opposite the West End Cinema, turn left onto Russell Square and follow the road round to the right to the gravel car park on the right-hand side.
We have double & twin rooms that we can put extra beds into for children if you require a family room, but this must be stated in the special requests section of your booking form.
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