Houses & Halls in Lincolnshire

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Medieval Bishops' Palace, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Medieval Bishops' Palace, Lincoln

The Medieval Bishop's Palace is a visitor's attraction in the city of Lincoln.Built during the late 12th century, it was one of the most opulent residential structures in the country and the administrative centre of the vast Diocese of Lincoln, which stretched from the Humber to the Thames.The palac...

Woolsthorpe Manor, Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth, Lincolnshire

Woolsthorpe Manor, Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth

The birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton in 1642. He made many of his most important discoveries about light and gravity here and you can still see the famous apple tree from Newton's bedroom window.

The Angel & Royal Inn, Grantham, Lincolnshire

The Angel & Royal Inn, Grantham

One of Britain's oldest Inns. Also an historic hotel having hosted seven Kings over 600 hundred years.

Ellys Manor House, Great Ponton, Lincolnshire

Ellys Manor House, Great Ponton

Ellys Manor House, built in Flemish style, is a wool merchant’s house from the Tudor period.The main feature of the property is a fabulous scheme of early 16th century wall paintings in the upper rooms.The wall paintings dated around 1500 are said to be the most complete, extensive and important d...

Tattershall College, Tattershall, Lincolnshire

Tattershall College, Tattershall

Remains of a grammar school for church choristers. Built in the mid-15th century by Ralph, Lord Cromwell it's the oldest grammar school in Lincolnshire.Currently managed by English Heritage.

The Somersby Manor House, Somersby, Lincolnshire

The Somersby Manor House, Somersby

The manor house with its square towers dates back to 1722. It is said to be designed by Sir John Vanburgh who also created Grimsthorpe Castle.

The All Saints Brewery, Stamford, Lincolnshire

The All Saints Brewery, Stamford

A Victorian brewery much of which still stands. The brewery has stood in the centre of Stamford since 1825 and remains today, a working brewery.There are a variety of tours including tasting tours run during the week and at weekends.

The King's School, Grantham, Lincolnshire

The King's School, Grantham

Its lineage can be traced back as far as 1329, making it amongst the oldest in the country. Alumni included the "Cambridge Platonist", Henry More, Poet Laureate Colley Cibber, and Sir Isaac Newton.

Burghley House, Stamford, Lincolnshire

Burghley House, Stamford

Burghley House is a Grade I listed building, with separately Grade I listed north courtyard and gate. The rooms and gardens are open to the public.Built during the mid-late 16th century by Sir William Cecil, later 1st Baron Burghley, who was Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, the house is a g...

The George Hotel, Stamford, Lincolnshire

The George Hotel, Stamford

The George of Stamford is a beautiful coaching inn with log fires, oak panelled restaurant, a walled monastery garden and cobbled courtyard. The exact age of is not known, but historians have referred to it as "A very ancient hostelry, once belonging to the Abbots of Croyland". It's possible therefo...

Gunby Hall, Spilsby, Lincolnshire

Gunby Hall, Spilsby

Poet Alfred Lord Tennyson was a regular visitor to Gunby Hall and it is said to have inspired the imagery of 'the haunt of ancient peace' in his poem The Palace of Art.Situated at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds, with over 9 acres of woodland and walled gardens, this Victorian hall stands in resp...

Cardinal's Hat & Dernstall House, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Cardinal's Hat & Dernstall House, Lincoln

The Cardinal's Hat is a 15th century three story building thought to have been named for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey. It can be found at the bottom/lower end of Steep Hill in Lincoln.Dernstall House, though less imposing contains masonry dating from the 12th century.This pair of historic buildings stand...

Red Hall, Bourne, Lincolnshire

Red Hall, Bourne

Red Hall is a fine example of an Elizabethan mansion built c1605. It was sold in 1860 to the Bourne and Essendine Railway Company and used as the stationmaster's house and ticket office for the railway lineCurrently owned by the Bourne United Charities who acquired it in 1962.