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Tel code: 01526 | code search
Postcode: LN4 | code search
Population: 2100
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Tattershall Park Country Club
"Went there after looking at there internet site . Lovley lakes and countryside. The pedlos on one lake was not avaiable as the lifegaurd was on duty in the pool.The ..." More

Tattershall Park Country Club
"I love Tattershall Park 300 acres of natural beauty. I always now book a privately owned Lodge on Holiday rental site these are well looked after and fabulous. Tattershall Leisure is to ..." More

Tattershall Park Country Club
"We were unsure where to go for a short break,taking the grandchildren with us we needed somewhere that offered us plenty of space. The lodge that we were in was ..." More

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Situated in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, Tattershall is on the A513 road from Sleaford to Horncastle. It lies just to the east of where the road crosses the River Witham. Tattershall is probably best known for Tattershall Castle, built in 1434 by Ralph, Lord Cromwell, Treasurer to Henry VI. Tattershall Castle was built on the site of a 13th century stone castle, some of the remains of which can still be seen today. The castle keep is a distinctive red brick structure but it fell into neglect after the death of Ralph Cromwell. It was not restored until 1911 when Lord Curzon of Kedleston refurbished it and then left it to the National Trust. Adjacent to the castle, Lord Cromwell built the fine perpendicular style Holy Trinity Church. Here you can see many fine stained glass windows and a collection of brasses. In this church is a plaque marking the grave of Tom Thumb, another famous Tattershall resident. Tom Thumb was only 47cm tall when he died in 1620, at the age of 101. The market place at Tattershall has a remarkably well kept buttercross from the 15th century. Next to the market place are the remains of Tattershall College, built by Lord Cromwell to educate church choristers.

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Tattershall Lakes Country Park
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Leagate Inn (1.73 miles)

Leagate Inn

One of the oldest licensed premises in the county, dating from 1542, the Leagate Inn was the last of the Fen Guide Houses that provided shelter before the treacherous marshes were drained. The oak-beamed pub ... More | visit website

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Crown Lodge (2.42 miles)

Crown Lodge
We are a traditional country pub, with recently refurbished rooms, offering a relaxed break with good food. Boston with its farm markets is only twelve miles away. World famous golf courses in Woodall Spa ... More | visit website
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The Forge (3.26 miles)

The Forge

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Commanding glorious countryside views with spectacular sunsets, this delightful, spacious and beautifully renovated cottage and its lovely garden offer the perfect base for enjoying the area's many ... More

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Woodhall Spa Hotel (3.41 miles)

Woodhall Spa Hotel

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Woodhall Spa Hotel is a 3 star property, located in the heart of the picturesque conservation area of Woodhall Spa. Whilst guests can enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the ... More

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Golf Hotel (3.44 miles)

Golf Hotel

The Golf Hotel, built in 1880, has 50 bedrooms, the Wentworth restaurant using local produce, a well stocked bar and the Aqua Sante Spa, the perfect place to relax and be pampered. This non-smoking hotel ... More | visit website

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Petwood Hotel (3.84 miles)

Petwood Hotel
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Set in the heart of Lincolnshire, in the thriving, historical village of Woodhall Spa, the Petwood offers all the elegance, charm and service excellence of times gone by. We combine the ... More | visit website

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The Old Coach House Motel (5.01 miles)

The Old Coach House Motel
The Old Coach House nestles in the centre of the small village of North Kyme, in the heart of Lincolnshire, making it the ideal place to stay for business or pleasure. The main building dates ... More | visit website
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Old Coach House Motel (5.01 miles)

Old Coach House Motel

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The Old Coach house nestles in the centre of the small village of North Kyme. Situated on the main a153 Skegness road. Ideal for business or pleasure, in the heart of ... More

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Chaplin House (5.68 miles)

Chaplin House

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Award-winning guest house with a large, peaceful garden in the heart of the Lincolnshire countryside. Chaplin House features 3 spacious en suite rooms together with a guests’ lounge, in a stylish barn ... More

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Martin Court Hotel (6.97 miles)

Martin Court Hotel

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Based around a series of fabulous Grade Two listed, Victorian barn conversions, Martin Court forms a charming and peaceful backdrop to any stay, whatever the reason. Whether ... More

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