Healing Manor Hotel is the perfect backdrop for any special occasion. We don’t just meet expectations, we exceed them, delivering award-winning, locally sourced food and impeccable service in beautiful surroundings.
Set on the edge of Grimsby and the Lincolnshire Wolds, Healing Manor Hotel is a 37-bedroom hotel, set in 36 acres of woodland and landscaped gardens, which are home to a moated island, officially listed as a national monument.
Healing Manor Hotel boasts 2 Rosette onsite pub, the Pig and Whistle, which has recently been named as one of the best restaurants in Lincolnshire, by Lincolnshire Pride Magazine. The Pig and Whistle serves locally sourced and seasonal ingredients, with a core bar menu featuring pub classics as well as an a la carte menu which changes with the seasons. With over 90 gins, whiskey’s, vodkas and rums, the Pig and Whistle boasts a vast wine menu and great selection of beers, welcoming couples, friends, families and even serves a dog menu.
The spread site is also home to the Barn, which is a recently converted outbuilding and now serves its purpose as a beautiful backdrop to 50 weddings each year and can hosts corporate and private functions up to 150 guests. The old Manor house is home to the Cadogan Suite, a function room holding up to 80 guests, The Cure All Lounge which seats up to 14 guests, for private dining or intimate meetings, and soon to launch restaurant, The Portman.
Once owned as a holiday home by the Portman family, who are more famously known for their London estate; which includes Portman Square, the manor has a rich wealth of history. The Cure All lounge, set in the main house, is named after the Cure All horse which won the Steeplechase at the Grand National in 1845, after being walked most of the way from Healing to Aintree. Bedrooms set in the courtyard and old stables are aptly named after the years and Grand National winners to follow Cure All’s success in 1845.