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Louth

Louth is a busy market town located on the River Lud, with a maze of narrow streets and its skyline dominated by the 295ft spire of the 15th Century St James' Church. On the edge of town is Hubbard's Hills, a pretty valley and parkland, with a riverside setting that is perfect for picnics. As well as the street and farmers markets, there are lots of shops, cafes, tearooms, pubs and restaurants, plus the Louth Museum & Wyvale Garden Centre are worth a visit.

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Alford

On the edge of the Wolds, Alford is a charming market town & craft centre. Craftspeople & artisans flock to the town to demonstrate their skills at the seasonal festivals and weekly craft markets held during the summer. Alford also features the Five Sailed Windmill, a rural gem six stories high, and home to an antiques shop & tearoom, plus there's the Alford Manor House, reputedly the largest thatched Manor House in the country, originally built in 1611 and open to visitors.

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Horncastle

Located at the south-west foot of the Wolds, Horncastle is a bustling & attractive market town, renowned for its antique shops. It features some notable historic buildings and attractions, including Banovallum House, home to the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust; Bolingbroke Castle; Stockwith Mill; Tattershall Castle and the 12th century Church of St Mary. The Snipe Dales Country Park can also be found nearby.

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Lincoln

There can be few cities that can match Lincoln's neat mix of ancient and modern, and its skyline is dominated by the cathedral. Top attractions include: Brayford Waterfront Quarter; Lincoln Cathedral; The Collection Museum; the Arboretum; The Ellis Windmill; the Museum of Lincolnshire Life; Bishop's Palace & Harsholme Country Park.

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or call 01522 545 548

 


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Boston

Boston is an historic and attractive market which is dominated by the 14th century St Botolph's Church whose 271ft high tower is a landmark for miles around. Other key attractions include the Customs House, Maud Foster Windmill, Pilgrim Father's Memorial and Hussey Tower. Plus you'll find the Frampton Shore & Freiston Shore Reserves

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Grantham

Located 25 miles south of Lincoln, Grantham is an ancient and attractive red-brick town, with the 281ft high spire of St Wulfram's Church one of it's dominating features. Top attractions include Belton House, Grantham House, Belvoir Castle, Harlaxton Manor & Gardens, Market Cross, Wollsthorpe Manor and Grimsthorpe Castle & Guildhall Arts Centre.

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or call 01476 406 166

 


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Mablethorpe

Just 17 miles North of Skegness, Mablethorpe is a typical seaside town, with its beach stretching for miles & donkey rides available during the summer. The sand train is popular among those who prefer to take in the sea air whilst watching the scenery fly past. The Seal Sanctuary & Nature Reserve, and Dunes Family Entertainment Centre & Funfair are also popular attractions.

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