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Spend a while in Long Sutton

Long Sutton is a pretty market town in the South Holland Area of Lincolnshire. Since attaining its charter for a weekly market in the 13th century, the market has been a ritual of the community. Steeped in history, Long Sutton was once home to the infamous highwayman Dick Turpin, and is dotted with landmarks like the 19th-century Harrison’s Mill and 13th-century St Mary’s Church.

Escape to North Kesteven

Hugging the south end of Lincoln, North Kesteven is one of the most picturesque areas of the East Midlands. Here, you’ll find miles of sprawling countryside, broken up with lively, historic market towns and charming villages. With attractions ranging from fascinating heritage sites to exciting, modern arts venues, North Kesteven truly has something for everyone.

Be amazed by Lincoln Cathedral

Lincoln Cathedral is one of the finest examples of Gothic Architecture in Europe, and a must-see spectacle for any first-time visitors to the city. Intriguing floor tours run throughout the year, guiding you through the cathedral’s fascinating history stretching back to the Norman conquest.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Long Sutton? Travelodge Kings Lynn Long Sutton Hotel is less than 5 minutes away from the city centre by car, and Travelodge Spalding Hotel can be reached in just over 20 minutes.