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The Riverside Hotel
Spalding, Lincolnshire, England
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About The Riverside Hotel
Situated on the riverside in the small village of Surfleet, this hotel serves homemade food in the conservatory, which overlooks the River Glen. Free on-site parking is provided and the market town of Spalding is just a 10-minute drive away.
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Random England fact:
The Equestrian term "canter" comes from the name Canterbury. Pilgrims on their way to Canterbury to visit the shrine of famous martyr Thomas à Becket, would ride at a "Canterbury Trot" as they approached the city, which was less tiring than a gallop. The term was later shortened to canter.
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