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Located in Wainfleet All Saints, 26 miles from Woodhall Spa, Woolpack Hotel provides a bar and free WiFi. The bed and breakfast offers a à la carte or Full English/Irish breakfast. Friendly and welcoming owners and staff.Lovely cosy room.Fresh cooked breakfast.Piping hot water and a friendly pub downstairs.Fantastic.
A quite dull village. Two pubs, The Angel is very much for the locals, enough said. The Woolpack is much better with a weekly quiz and is the only real place to eat in the Village in the evening. Fortunately the food is fine, with well cooked, generous portions. Batemans Brewery give tours and has lovely Brewery Tap, housed in the old windmill on site. Unfortunately this year it is only open from 10.30am until 4.00pm unless a special event is on. Food is served until 2.00pm although there are only three items on the menu.
I went to Wainfleet with friends to visit the Bateman's brewery visitor centre. As we were riding bikes we needed an overnight stop and the Woolpack in the village was a perfect location. The village centre seemed to be frozen in time with little or no modern development and was rather the better for it, though it also appeared to be somewhat depressed with several closed shops and a slightly run-down appearance in places, (a problem not unique to this village by any means). Brewery tour was very interesting, Woolpack hotel good value with very friendly and helpful staff. After the brewery tour we took a trip to Skegness which is a world away even if only a few miles down the road!
A quiet little town and it's only £8 return for two adults to Skegness on the train and the station is right in the middle of the centre so easy walking distance, there is also a corner shop although that wasn't open, but they do have a co op there which is quite big. We didn't actually see anything to do there but it's a good stopping place if you can't get a hotel In the centre of Skegness.
pub great for food .staff very friendly ,room and breakfast included was very good only thing that disappointed me was the noise inside and outside the public house but thats the problem staying above the pub.very easy to drive or catch a bus to skegness.