The windows of this newly redecorated room overlook the front terrace. There’s a double bed, an en suite bath and shower, and a pair of chairs facing the TV.

An antique writing table adds a finishing touch to this delightful room, named after Gilbert de Gant who was made Earl of Lincoln by King Stephen. He was also known as comte de Lincolne Gislebert II de Gand.

 Gilbert de Gant
Earl of Lincoln (c. 1126 - 1156) was the son of Walter de Gant and Maud of Brittany. He was made Earl of Lincoln by King Stephen. He married Rohese de Clare, daughter of Richard fitz Gilbert, Lord of Clare. According to the Domesday Book, he owned the ‘Manor In Wintringeham’ as well as lordships in ten other counties.

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