Historic Houses and Gardens

An ideal location for visits to some of the country's greatest houses, gardens and estates. All of these magnificent attractions are within 32 miles of Browntoft House. (All distances are approximate).

Ayscoughfee Hall

Ayscoughfee Hall

Location: Spalding (11 Miles)
Website: www.sholland.gov.uk
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One of the oldest medieval buildings in Spalding. Built in 1430, set in an attractive gardens and has recently undergone restoration.

Grimsthorpe Castle

Grimsthorpe Castle

Location: Bourne (18 Miles)
Website: www.grimsthorpe.co.uk
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Built in 1541 and set in a fantastic formal gardens with extensive woodlands, a deer park and a 50 acre lake.

Tattershall Castle

Tattershall Castle

Location: Tatterhall (19 Miles)
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk
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A dramatic fortified and moated tower built in the 15th century with six floors to explore.

Belton House

Belton House

Location: Grantham (23 Miles)
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk
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Built in 1685 and set in 1000 acres. This house has a magnificent orangery, fountains and a wooded deer park. There is also an excellent upstairs and downstairs behind the scenes tour.

Woolsthorpe Manor

Woolsthorpe Manor

Location: Colsterworth (25 Miles)
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk
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This small 17th century manor house is the birthplace and family house of Sir Isaac Newton. The manor has a recently restored wet kitchen where food would have been prepared for the household.

Peckover House

Peckover House

Location: Wilsbeach (28 Miles)
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk
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A georgian town house built in 1722. It's renowned for its very fine plaster work and outstanding 2 acre victorian walled gardens. The grounds also include an orangery, fencery and summer houses.

Burghley House

Burghley House

Location: Stamford (31 Miles)
Website: www.burghley.co.uk
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One of the most important examples of elizabethan architecture existing today.

Gunby Hall

Gunby Hall

Location: Spilsby (32 Miles)
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk
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A fine red brick house dating from 1700 with panelled rooms, a beautiful oak staircase and exquisite grounds with a traditional english kitchen garden.