St Mary's Church
'Beautifully scenic location' - This is the view of St Mary's Church from one of the apartment windows.
Built in the traditional English style of limestone and green stone this is a Grade I listed building, which dates from the 12th century. There's a 12th-century tower at the rear, a 15th-century font and a pulpit from circa 1730. The chancel was rebuilt in 1870 and the church was restored in 1853 and 1910.
A fantastic livery stable operates just across the road from the pub.
Horse riding lessons are available, please enquire for further information.
Many local lakes
Especially welcome on watermeadows at trunch lane, please enquire for further information
Clay Pigeon Shooting
Clay pigeon shooting is available at a location nearby. Please ask for further information.
A short distance from the Lincolnshire wolds