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Grange Farm offers a central location for touring the feelgood villages and countryside of the peaceful Lincolnshire Wolds, a delightful collection of small market towns offering excellent shopping, architecture & time-out for relaxation.

"A more delightfully independent, a more restful, or remunerative way of seeing the country then by driving through it, without haste or any precisely arranged plan is difficult to conceive".

"The wolds - town-less and rail-less are given over to slumberous quietude, its hamlets and villages remain hamlets and villages and do not grow gradually into towns: it is a bit of genuine Old England where old customs remain and simple needs suffice".

"The unassuming beauty of the wolds gladdened our hearts, there is a soothing simplicity about it that grander scenes fail to convey: it is in no way wonderful, it is much better - it is satisfying!

(Victorian travel writer James John Hissey in "Over Fen & Wold" published 1898)

Alford tourist information - Click here


Just 4 miles away, Alford is a quaint Lincolnshire town, with market days on Tuesday & Friday and a craft market every Friday (July to start of Sept). Attractions include Manor House museum, a working five sailed windmill and summer art & craft markets - click picture for more info


Boston has been a thriving port since medieval times, situated near the Wash. Market days Wednesday (including auction) and Saturday. Attractions include 14th century Boston stump, a working windmill, Guildhall museum and Blackfriars art centre - click picture for more info

 Boston tourist information - Click here

Louth tourist information - Click here


Louth with its intricate pattern of narrow winding streets, old inns and Georgian architecture offers interesting shopping with market days on Wednesday (auction from 11am), Friday (also cattle market), and Saturday. A most impressive sight greeting visitors is the gothic steeple of St James church, the tallest spire in England - click picture for more info


Spilsby is a sleepy Lincolnshire market town (market day Monday), with traditional inns and shops, and 14th century St James's church. Visit Gumby Hall to the east of Spilsby with wonderful gardens and Tennyson's "Haunts of ancient peace" - click picture for more info

Spilsby tourist information - Click here
Grimsby tourist information - Click here


Grimsby offers excellent shopping at Freshney Place with market days Tuesday & Thursday to Saturday, (plus Friday at Freeman Street). Also worth a visit is the national fishing heritage centre - click picture for more info

Burgh le marsh

Close to Skegness, Burgh Le Marsh is a busy little town with a market square, traditional shops and a good selection of pubs. Look out for a five sailed windmill in working order and the anglo saxon burial mound - click picture for more info

Burgh Le Marsh tourist information - Click here
Horncastle tourist information - Click here


Horncastle offers many antique centres and excellent pine shops with home manufactured items. The remains of roman walls and St Mary's church are worth checking out. Market days are Thursday and Saturday - click picture for more info


Lincoln is famous for its magnificent cathedral, one of England's oldest, a wealth of medieval architecture, castle and magna carta, excellent shopping and boat trips - click picture for more info

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