Brook Whipper-In Hotel in Oakham near Rutland Water
3 Star Hotel in Oakham
The 3 Star Brook Whipper-In Hotel is situated in the old market square of Oakham which is situated in Rutland, Britain's smallest county.
The charming Brook Whipper-In Hotel in Oakham retains many original features such as real log fires, deep armchairs and original oak beams which create a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Hotel Rooms at Brook Whipper-In Hotel in Oakham, Rutland
At the Brook Whipper-In Hotel we offer a variety of bedroom types including standard doubles, family rooms and executive bedrooms.
All 24 bedrooms are en-suite and contemporary designed with comfortable furnishings.Discover more about our hotel rooms
St George's Restaurant and Market Cafe in Oakham, Rutland
At the Brook Whipper-In Hotel you'll savour a delicious meal in our 2 restaurants. The formal George Restaurant and the brasserie styled Market Cafe offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Serving a well-presented range of dishes from a daily table d'hote and à la carte menu, the cuisine has a modern feel and we use the finest products in the region combining innovation and traditional ways.
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Rutland consists of 2 market towns, Oakham and Uppingham, and more than forty picturesque villages of thatched, stone-built cottages, there's so much to see in Rutland it's hard to know where to start.
You'll find plenty of opportunities to enjoy an active break in Rutland. Water sports enthusiasts should head for Rutland Water where you can hire a canoe or rowing boat.
If you're feeling a little more energetic, you could even launch a sailboard or boat and strike out further across the reservoir. Cycle hire is also available and there is a 25 mile cycling/walking circuit around the water.
For more details on walking breaks please click here.
This internationally famous nature reserve is managed in partnership with Anglian Water and the Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust and provides one of the most important wildfowl sanctuaries in Great Britain, regularly holding in excess of 20,000 waterfowl.
The Reserve occupies a narrow strip of land running for 9 miles around the Western end of Rutland Water and covering a total of 600 acres. This was created in the 1970's with the construction of the reservoir. There are currently 27 Bird hides and nature trails from two visitor centres with experts to help you with identification.
The Reserve is also home to the successful Osprey project where the first Osprey chick to fledge in Central England for 150 years was hatched in 2001. Ospreys are regularly seen fishing over the reservoir from April - September.