We are a grade 2 Listed family run Guethouse overlooking the Wash and Norfolk coastline next door to RSPB nature reserve Freiston Shore and in the middle of two other reserves, Frampton and Gibralter Point. The building itself is full of history with old beams and has a charm all of its own, being a former coach house and then converted to a Georgian hotel in the 1770 s by Mr Plummer, hence the name.
The Pilgrim fathers left from a point just 2 miles down the coast which is marked today and can be visited.
We are close to all historic fenland towns and make an ideal base for walking, cycling, fishing, birding, shopping as well as eating and sampling the local pubs. We also try to encourage business users who wish to stay and want a break from larger group hotels.
We are a family run establishment and have good reviews for our friendly and welcoming approach as well as our food. We accept pets and welcome all no matter who you are.
Regarding food, it is all home cooked and freshly prepared so we only ask that you look at our menu and book in advance for your first nights meal. We try our best to cater for people with special requirements but do need to know what they are. We are not licensed so please feel free to bring your own.
We will do our best to accommodate disabled people and have done in the past, but the building itself is not best suited for some.
Why not come and stay and enjoy a countryside retreat.
Polite notice. We are a 4 Star Guesthouse NOT A 4 STAR HOTEL This is reflected in our prices.
The building is 300 years old and has old beams the floors slope, the doors to the rooms are listed due to their age, the walls are not straight or perfect, the ceilings slope and the hard to maintain windows are listed. This is not a Modern Perfect Building. Sorry this is the way the building is, we did not build it this way. But we maintain this old treasure as well as we can and like many of our customers we love the building.
We are a friendly husband and wife team who do ALL the work that is required no staff are employed. We offer a friendly and informal service and will always help in any way we can with any needs.
Follow signs from A17/A16 to Boston, from Boston continue towards the A52 signposted to Skegness from the A16 roundabout, about 2 miles up the road opposite the Castle Pub you will see signs for the RSPB nature reserve Freiston Shore. Follow these we are next to the reserve entrance.
You can check in from 16:00. You need to check out by 12:00.