The Carpenters Arms is a Grade II Listed Building in the heart of the Historic market town of Boston.

 

The Carpenters Arms (“The Carps” as it is affectionately known by locals) 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 Carps has recently undergone a total transformation and 6 luxurious rooms have been created upstairs. The rooms are spacious and extremely comfortable and feature double beds, premium bedding, Smart Television, high-speed complimentary WIFI, Power Showers and so much more. It 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.

 

The Pub offers fantastic food, all locally sourced, from nearby farms, Willoughby Road Allotments for vegetables and Boston Port for the freshest fish and seafood.

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.