• Honington Grange

Historic Houses

altBurghley House

Burghley, one of the largest and grandest house of the first Elizabethan Age.The stunning gardens and parkland that you see today at Burghley were largely designed by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown in the 18th century where you can enjoy green tranquil walks, modern sculpture and family fun.

Belton House & Park

National Trust House and Parkland, just 3 miles away. Courtyard Cafe and Gift Shop, Adventure Playground and stunning parkland walks.

Belvoir Castle
Belvoir Castle, nr Grantham in the Vale of Belvoir, has been the ancestral home of the Manners family for five hundred years and is currently the family home of the 11th Duke and Duchess and their five children. The present Castle is the fourth to have stood on the site since Norman times. The existing Castle was completed in the early 19th century after previous buildings suffered complete or partial destruction during the Wars of the Roses, the Civil War and a major fire in 1816.


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Doddington Hall

Doddington Hall is, from the outside, an Elizabethan prodigy house or mansion complete with walled courtyards and a gabled gatehouse. Inside it was largely updated in the 1760s. It is located in the village of Doddington, to the west of the city of Lincoln in Lincolnshire