WELCOME

Spilsby

The town of Spilsby in Lincolnshire has a long tradition of markets where local farmers and growers sell their produce. The market place has a statue to Sir John Franklin who was born in Spilsby and died in 1847 on an Artic expedition to the North West Passage. Nearby is the remains of Bolingbroke Castle which was the birthplace of Henry IV.
4 Results In Or Near Spilsby
6.5 miles from centre of Spilsby
Disabled access
Greetham Retreat offers luxury self-catering located in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds near Horncastle. Offering you the choice of five stylish high quality holiday cottages with either 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms. They're situated in lovely private natural parkland grounds which extend over 4 acres and offer stunning views over the surrounding Lincolnshire Wolds countryside. Perfect for nature lovers.
(6)
4.0 miles from centre of Spilsby
Discover the charming Gunby Hall and Gardens Gunby Hall and Gardens at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds boasts 100 acres of parkland laid out in the style of Capability Brown. The estate once used to stretch as far as the coast at Skegness until land was sold to the earl of Scarborough. There's still plenty to enjoy here – grounds laid out in an informal style with Victorian walled and kitchen gardens, arboretum and carp pond. The story goes that the pond is haunted by the servant w...
0.7 miles from centre of Spilsby
An adult only Luxury Bed and Breakfast set on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wold, offers guests the 5 star experience from the moment they arrive.
(1)
4.0 miles from centre of Spilsby
Discover the charming Gunby Hall and Gardens Gunby Hall is a fine red brick house, dating from 1700 and extended in the 1870s, is situated in one of England´s most remote corners. Many of the rooms are panelled and there is a beautiful oak staircase. The house contains collections of family portraits, furniture and china. Also a model of a Napoleonic battleship made of mutton bones, gnawed into shape by prisoners of war, and an exhibition of Field Marshall Montgomery-Massingberd´s memo...
This website uses cookies. Click here to read our Privacy Policy.
If that’s okay with you, just keep browsing. CLOSE