Hilton opens DoubleTree in Lincolnshire

Set in 190 acres of beautiful woodland, the 188 room hotel has conference space and a 27-hole championship golf course.

Hilton has opened its DoubleTree Forest Pines Spa & Golf Resort, with 188 guest rooms and four suites, on the outskirts of Scunthorpe in Lincolnshire.

For meetings and events, the resort has a purpose-built events centre with more than 1,000 square metres of flexible meetings and events space, with the largest room holding up to 400 delegates or guests.

Its eleven meeting and event spaces have pillar-free rooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and scenic lighting, and the hotel’s beautiful countryside backdrop, alongside 190 acres of outdoor space.

Guests can dine at The Grill restaurant to experience British cuisine, including twice baked Lincolnshire Poacher Soufflé.

The resort's 27-hole golf course was awarded 'Best Golf Course in the East of England' in the 2018 Today's Golfer travel awards.

The hotel’s Espa Spa and leisure centre have an indoor pool, sauna, jacuzzi and gym.

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