Petwood House Hotel


The house was built at the turn of the last century for Lady Weigall on a site she chose in the area of her favourite "pet wood".. The only child of Sir Blundell Maple, the furniture stores magnate, Lady Weigall and her husband Sir Archibald Weigall lived here at Petwood.

During the Second World War the hotel was requisitioned by the RAF and in 1943 it became the officers mess for 617 Squadron - the famous 'Dambusters'. Today the Squadron Bar is dedicated to this famous group of men.

In a peaceful, wooded spa town, the Petwood Hotel is a lovely building set in 30 acres of mature woodland, rhododendron walks, extensive lawns and gardens and also has a lake. Inside, the hotel has many original features including extensive oak panelling and a beautiful hand carved staircase.

The country house hotel has 50 bedrooms all en-suite, including 3 four-poster rooms over looking the gardens. The hotel is able to offer guests use of the following facilities:- full size snooker table, putting green and croquet lawn.

Hotel Information

Classic, Superior, Four Poster and Suites
hospitality tray, T.V., hairdryer, complimentary water
Wood Hall Spa, Lincolnshire
Self park onsite
Snooker room, croquet