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Have a look around Holbeach

A short way back from the coast of Lincolnshire, Holbeach is a small market town a short way south of Boston. A market has been held here since the 13th century, and its All Saints' Church dates back to the 1300s. Within easy reach of Boston, Peterborough, the Walsh National Nature Reserve, and other points of interest, Holbeach makes a fantastic base for exploring Lincolnshire.

Get to know Boston

Set in the stunning Fenland area of Lincolnshire, Boston is a notable port town on the eastern coast of England. Historically, it was a prominent trading hub, which led to the town flourishing into an affluent, cosmopolitan settlement. Visitors can enjoy peaceful cruises down the river Witham, a trip to the fascinating Guildhall Museum, and tranquil strolls through green spaces such as Beech Wood.

Discover Burghley House

Burghley House is one of the last great buildings of Tudor England, designed and built by one of Elizabeth I's closest courtiers. The breath-taking Great Hall, with its vaulted Old Kitchen, historic decor and hammerbeam roof, is something every first-time visitor will remember for years to come. The grounds include a large deer park with a placid lake, and a garden featuring a collection of modern sculptures.

Planning a trip to Holbeach? Travelodge Spalding Hotel is a 15-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Kings Lynn Long Sutton Hotel.