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Holiday Towns & Villages in Lincolnshire
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.
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.
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.
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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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
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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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.