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Leaving Boston on the A16, signposted Grimbsy/Skegness
After nine miles enter the village of Stickney, pass the school and Stickney Church on your left-hand side
Approximately one mile after the Church, remaining on the A16, turn left onto Drain Bank (just after the speed camera which is on your right!) signposted Hagnaby Lock/East Kirkby
After about one mile, with the Jolly Sailor pub on the right, turn left over the bridge onto Folly Lane/Hagnaby Lock. Follow the road for one mile to a 90-degree left turn.
At the turn, New Farm Holidays is straight ahead onto the farm track and signed. Continue straight on the farm track past a house and the farmyard until you s
New Farm Holidays is 9 miles outside of the historic market town of Boston. Bostons St Botolphs church, or the Stump as its affectionately known is thought to have the highest non cathedral tower in the world. Boston is also famous for its Guildhall which contains cells where the Pilgrim Fathers were tried and imprisoned.
We are 14 miles from the traditional seaside family fun of Skegness. A little further afield at about 40 miles, but still worth a visit is the cathedral city of Lincoln.
Nearest National Trust Visitor Attractions (these are shown on the main map above)
Tattershall Castle - 6.45 miles from site Click here for details
Gunby Hall Estate - 9.34 miles from site Click here for details
Find nearest: National Trust English Heritage Fuel Pub
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