Explore the Lincolnshire Wolds

Explore the local area


Lincolnshire Aviation Centre
The only place in the country to see a Lancaster Bomber on an original wartime airfield, and ride in it! (pre book only). Including, original Control Tower, welcoming NAAFI and an emotionally evocative Memorial Chapel containing the 848 names of personnel who gave their lives from this airfield.
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Woodthorpe Golf Course
Fancy a round of golf? Visitors over the age of 10 can enjoy the course by paying green fees on a daily basis.
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Snipe Dales
Situated on the southern edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, Snipe Dales is one of the few semi-natured wet valley systems still surviving. These wet valleys, rough grazing, and scrub and woodland of the Nature Reserve provide good habitat for a variety of wildlife.
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Skegness Resort
Skegness is a seaside resort that's small enough to offer a friendly atmosphere, but large enough to provide hours of entertainment for young and old alike.
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Fantasy Island
Fantasy Island Skegness is a world full of fun, thrills and experiences for everyone and appeals to all ages. Very close to Fantasy Island is a well developed and popular market, open all week (outdoor and indoor markets) known for being the largest outdoor market in Europe.
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Centrepiece Tea Rooms
In the quaint, old fashioned tea room with its open fires, it serves home made freshly prepared food including delicious cakes, scones, pastries and pies. Whether you want a full dinner or just a snack they cater for all dietary needs.
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Shakesby’s Restaurant
Nestled in the market town of Horncastle, Shakesby’s is a restaurant specialising in traditional British cuisine served with a hint of the modern and delivered to you in an environment that is both charming and inviting.
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Magpies Restaurant
Set in a row of black and cream cottages, an elegant duck egg blue and cream decor, crisp white linen, silver candlesticks and fresh flowers evoke an intimate and relaxed atmosphere to compliment the fine dining experience.
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Spilsby Market Days
The Market charter was granted in 1302. Anything is bought and sold. There is a real live auction every Monday. Vegetables, flowers and household goods being very popular.
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