Broccoli Bottom Bed and Breakfast, Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Rutland.

Quality in Tourism Awards and Ratings

We are proud holders of a Quality in Tourism 4 Star Award for our Bed and Breakfast AccommodationWe are proud holders of a Quality in Tourism Silver Award for our Bed and Breakfast AccommodationWe are proud holders of a Quality in Tourism 3 Star Award for our Self Catering AccommodationBroccoli Bottom welcomes walkersBroccoli Bottom welcomes cyclists

Welcome to the beautiful family home of Colin & Sally Udale, set in Manton in the heart of Rutland. Three miles from Oakham, the county town of Rutland, and only three miles from Uppingham, a traditional market town and home to Uppingham School.

Broccoli Bottom is the idyllic location for all your Bed and Breakfast, Self Catering, and Holiday Cottage requirements .

Rutland Water, with its fishing, walking, birdwatching, sailing and cycling attractions is within easy walking distance, as is our village inn. Birdwatchers will not want to miss the Red Kites and Barn Owl that frequently visit Broccoli Bottom.

Ramblers routes are close by as are many restaurants, traditional pubs and hotels offering local fare and international cuisine. The road from Broccoli Bottom leads to many well known places including Burghley House, the historic town of Stamford, Belvoir and Rockingham Castles and Barnsdale Gardens. 5 mins to Rutland Sailing Club, The Bird Watching Centre, Cycle Hire & Rutland Fishing Lodge.

Close to Rutland Water

Close to Rutland Water

The most beautiful countryside…

Close to Stamford

Broccoli Bottom Self Catering and Bed and Breakfast is close to Stamford

When visiting Rutland you should not miss crossing the border into Lincolnshire where you will find the historic Georgian town of Stamford. Mentioned in the Domesday Book, Stamford is a feast of wonderful architecture including Georgian town houses, the town bridge over the River Welland, cobbled streets leading up from Stamford Meadows and many beautiful churches.

On the outskirts of Stamford is Burghley Estate where Queen Elizabeth I had Burghley House built for her Lord High Treasurer, William Cecil. There is lots to do and see at Burghley and well worth a visit.

Stamford became famous for its wool trade and as a halfway stopping point for the mail coaches between London and York. Today, with all it’s individual shops, numerous restaurants and pubs, Stamford has become a cosmopolitan market town and is regularly voted by the Sunday Times, along with The County of Rutland, as a desirable place to live in the UK.

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Thank you to all the kind reviews from our fantastic guests who have enjoyed their stay with us this year

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