Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Grantham
Places to eat & drink in Grantham.
A famous old market town, Grantham has long been an important hub for travellers. It still has some fine coaching inns, including the Angel and Royal Hotel, which dates from the 15th century.
At one time Grantham was an important centre for both wool and agriculture. While its most obvious landmark is the 280ft spire of St Wulfran’s Church, the building itself contains a chained library with volumes dating back to 1472. It was possibly the first public library in England.
Henry V11’s daughter, Princess Margaret, stayed at 14th century Grantham House in 1530 en route to marry James 1 in Scotland. The property is run by the National Trust.
Sir Isaac Newton – educated at what is now King’s School – was born at Woolsthorpe. A bronze statue in Grantham’s Guildhall reminds visitors of his immense contribution to science. Former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was born in North Parade.
We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a
small selection of those available in Grantham
or surrounding areas.
Places to eat & drink in Grantham...
BLUE COW INN
29 High Street, South Witham, Nr Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG33 5QB
Single £45.00, Double/Twin £55.00, Family £75.00 per room 2 Double, 4 Twin - All En-suite
13th century heavily beamed inn. Excellent home cooked bar and restaurant meals served 12pm to 2.30pm and 6.00pm to 9.00pm. Blue Cow also has its own microbrewery and therefore serves real ales. All rooms are en-suite with TV, tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer and telephones. Work stations in our executive rooms. One of the double rooms and one of the twin rooms can be used as family rooms. Large car park. Most major credit cards accepted. VB 3 Stars.