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Relaxation Archive - Page 3 of 4 - Thorganby Hall


Lincolnshire offers a paradise for antique lovers with Horncastle’s many shops, Hemswell centre and International Fairs at both Newark and Lincoln. Lincoln itself is a joy to visit with medieval streets, world renowned cathedral and castle and a lively waterside area. Lincolnshire’s coast is a combination of fabulous sandy beaches with popular coastal resorts and wild shorelines with bird and seal sanctuaries. Wild seals can be seen on the beaches in November and December. In Grimsby the popular National Fishing Hertitage Museum is 12 miles, the Deep – undersea aquarium in Hull is 30 miles. The National Trust offers Gunby Hall, Tattershall Castle, Belton House and the beautiful Burghley. The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is in Coningsby 30 miles away. Golf (5 miles), Sailing (10 miles). Fly fishing available locally. Local shops are 4 miles away and the local Pub is just 1/2 mile away.

Hemswell Antique Centres

Hemswell Antique Centres brings together Europe's largest selection of dealers who can offer you the widest possible range of antiques, collectables and antique furniture. Within three separate buildi ...

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Battle of Britain

In World War Two the Petwood Hotel in Woodhall Spa was seconded by the RAF and became the Officers Mess for the famous 617 squadron "The Dambuster Squadron" that flew many of the now famous missions f ...

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Lincolnshire has a treasure trove of small village churches. There are superb examples built through all the periods - Saxon, Norman, Gothic, Medieval to Georgian, Victorian Gothic and Modern. We have ...

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The Water Mill

The watermill was recorded in the late 19th century and was at some point partially demolished and rebuilt to generate electricity for the hall and farm via a line carried on poles. It is a charmimg a ...

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The Livesey Arms

The Livesey Arms, in Ludborough, a local pub that provides fine dining. Recently refurbished and opened, it boasts fresh British food from the field and the shore to the kitchen and the bar http://www ...

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Crafts and Antiques

From the largest collection of antique sellers in Europe to individual local retailers, Lincolnshire offers an antiques hunter's paradise. Suggested places to visit include; Ropewalk at Barton-upon-Hu ...

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Imagine stepping back in time on a journey across 2,000 years. Visit Lincoln and immerse yourself in a rich legacy of architectural heritage. Enjoy the majestic beauty of Lincoln Cathedral, the fun of ...

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Rural Market Towns

Come and explore Lincolnshire's famous market towns: the Georgian town of Louth with its beautiful parish church, Horncastle, famous for its antique centres, Market Rasen and Caistor. With all the loc ...

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Merrick & Day

Thousands of products in stock. Everything you'll need, except the fabric, to make professional-looking curtains and soft furnishings; all available to order online or by phone. Why not improve your c ...

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