The Carpenters Arms Hotel, is part of Blond Hotels Limited. We are the only independently owned boutique hotel in Boston, Lincolnshire and we pride ourselves on being just that little bit different.
The Carpenters Arms Hotel is a Grade II Listed Building in the heart of the Historic Market town of Boston. It first opened its doors as a Coaching Inn in 1812. The hotel has recently undergone a total transformation and 6 luxurious rooms have been created upstairs.
There is bespoke artwork in each room – many feature the works of legendary graffiti warrior Banksy and other vintage music posters from the 60s and 70s of artists that have performed in Boston! We like to keep things local.
Our rooms are individually designed and offer all the creature comforts the discerning traveller expects.
- Smart TVs with Netflix and Amazon Prime
- Tea and Coffee making facilities
- Bottled water
- High quality pure cotton bedding
- Luggage rack
- Anti slip shower mat
- Complimentary toiletries
- Egyptian Cotton towels (if you need more, just ask)
- Complimentary High Speed WIFI throughout the building
- Touch lamps
- Plenty of plugs with USB charging points
- Personal use hand sanitizer and face mask
The hotel is located just off Market Square, surrounded by lovely alleyways filled with bespoke shops and the beautiful River Witham all looked over by the glorious tower of St Botolph’s church known as ‘Boston Stump’. The tower at 266 feet and 9 inches tall, has been nicknamed the ‘Boston Stump’ since its construction. It was long used as a landmark for sailors, and on a clear day can be seen from Norfolk. Our central location offers a wonderful opportunity to explore the history of this beautiful market town and to find out all about those who set sail for a new life in America, the Pilgrim Fathers, who went on to form a colony in Boston Massachusetts.
Parking: Offsite Car parking is available within a 2 minute walk from the Carps. Limited Parking is available on the street.
Disabled Access: There is no disabled access due to it being an 18th Century listed building.