The Finch's Arms is an English country inn with panoramic views, tucked away in the heart of the Hambleton peninsula on Rutland water. There are ten beautifully decorated bedrooms to choose from, and they are just a short walk from the banks of the reservoir and the abundance of picturesque walks close by.
Their bar is warm and inviting with log fires and original beams and their drinks offering is varied and interesting with a great choice of beers, cask ales, wines, and ports.
The Finch’s Arms are a foodie pub with delicious a la carte menus, grazing boards, set menus and their popular Sunday lunch, all of which can be enjoyed in their Garden Room or casual dining restaurant. They also serve freshly brewed coffee and afternoon tea comprising of homemade finger sandwiches and cakes.
They have ten double and twin en-suite bedrooms, four coming with breathtaking views of Rutland Water. Each bedroom comes with complimentary toiletries, a TV, mineral water, tea & coffee making facilities and WiFi access.
Rutland is the smallest county in England, measuring just 18 miles from north to south. Hambleton is a pretty village about two miles east of Oakham.