Lincolnshire, a county of contrasts from a stunning coastline and rolling countryside to ancient towns and villages and grand historic houses.
BURGHLEY HOUSE is a stunning Tudor mansion built by Sir William Cecil, Queen Elizabeth’s Lord High Treasurer! This palatial Elizabethan house is still a much loved family home inviting you to explore dramatic state rooms, historic paintings and ceramics.
STAMFORD, a beautiful town captured in time! With over 600 listed buildings of mellow limestone and five medieval churches.
What better way to relax and unwind than with a cruise around RUTLAND WATER, a large, horseshoe-shaped reservoir set within 3,000 acres of beautiful English countryside. Its the largest artificial lake in Europe, home to several breeding pairs of ospreys and located on the borders of Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Leicestershire.
Lovingly described as ‘a theme park for gardeners’ BARNSDALE GARDENS covers eight acres and has 38 eight individual gardens to explore. These exciting gardens will energise the keen gardener and inspire the armchair gardener, discover well-stocked gardens with a range of styles, practical concepts and planting schemes.
DODDINGTON HALL is a superb Elizabethan manor which has never been sold or cleared out since it was completed in 1600. It has many fascinating collections of furniture, weaponry, paintings and household objects. The romantic gardens are said to be just as spectacular as the house itself remaining faithful to its original Elizabethan layout.