Opening Times

Monday - Saturday
12.00pm - 2.30pm
5.00pm - 11.00pm

Sunday
12.00pm - 11:00pm

News & Events

Mothers Day
Any table bookings over 4, Mothers dine for free. Bookings being taken between
12pm - 6pm - Mothers Day Menu

Sunday Retreat Offer
Executive King Room including Breakfast for just £25.00 when you have a 3 course meal in our Restaurant on Sunday Evenings.

Grill Night on a Thursday Evening
2 courses £20.00 and 3 courses £25.00

We are now licensed to hold civil ceremonies for up to 100 guests.
Click here for more information

Afternoon Tea Offer
1/2 Price Afternoon Tea, £20 for Two People
Available Sunday 2.30pm - 5pm
 
Sunday Night Stop Over 
Afternoon Tea on Arrival with a glass of Prosecco and 1 Double room including Breakfast for 2 People £70
  

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What Guests Say

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"Amazing Room, Lovely Setting, Great Food, will be staying again!! Tiffany H
January 2016 "

The Local Area

The Finch Hatton Arms is ideally situated in the heart of Lincolnshire, 22 miles south of the historic city of Lincoln.

Aviation Heritage

RAF Base
Lincolnshire is renowned for its aviation heritage and there's no wonder why it's often referred to as 'Bomber County', as it had more operational airfields than anywhere during the Second World War.
These days, the county is home to the Red Arrows aerobatic display team based at RAF Scampton, AWACS and Sentinels at RAF Waddington and Typhoons at RAF Coningsby, which also holds the Battle of Britain Memorial, an event not to be missed!
For something a little more 'hands on', the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre in East Kirkby offers the chance to taxi down the runway in a Lancaster Bomber, please not this must be booked in advance.

Annual Events

Every year, the village of Heckington hosts the Britain's largest country show, with competitions, livestock, vintage equipment and trader stands with a whole host of products on offer, there's something for everyone. Based on the outskirts of the village, just 4 miles from the Finch Hatton, it's a great day out right on the doorstep!
For something a bit further afield, there is the Lincolnshire County Show held at the showground normally the third week in June.
Another one of Lincolnshire's famous village events is the World Egg Throwing Championships. Organised egg throwing is thought to date back to at least 1322 in the ancient village of Swaton.

For those interested in equestrian shows, September Burghley Horse Trials features the world best horses and riders plus fantastic shopping, while April Belton Horse Trials is another world-class event. The Lincolnshire Horse Trials in March also attracts national and international entrants.

Lincoln City

The Lincoln Christmas Market is one of Britain's biggest and oldest continental-style Christmas markets.

Whether you're Christmas shopping or not, the location alone is worth experiencing. The market is set on the medieval cobbled streets and grounds of Lincoln Castle and Cathedral.

 

Hobbies

Belton Woods
Golf

Belton Woods (18miles) is a PGA championship approved venue and, let's be honest, a golfer's paradise. With three challenging courses to play and fantastic facilities, you won't find anywhere else like it in Lincolnshire, or even in the East Midlands. This is golf at its best. 
For something a little closer, there is Sleaford Golf Club (7 miles) and South Kyme Golf Club (6 miles).


Walking

Lincolnshire's unspoilt well-known flat landscape is perfect for gentle strolls, however many don't know about the scenery (and terrain) the Wolds has to offer, it was declared as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1973 and is actually the highest area of land in Eastern England from Yorkshire to Kent!

 


Water Sports

If you're looking for something a little more extreme, Tattershall Lakes (11 miles) offers a wide variety of Water Sports such as, waterskiing, jet skiing, wakeboarding, or for something more gentle they have two fishing lakes.

 

 

Heckington Windmill

Heckington Windmill

Visit the only surviving 8 sailed windmill in the country.

Heckington mill ceased work in 1946 and deteriorated until it was purchased by Kesteven County Council in 1953 and made safe. The mill underwent restoration in 1986 and further major repairs were carried out in 2004 and is now in full working order.
More information is on their website