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Attractions near Oak Tree Cottage

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Gunby Hall (5 Miles)*
Described by Tennyson as a haunt of ancient peace, Gunby Hall is in one of the most remote corners of England, at the tip of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Church Farm Museum (11 Miles)*
Take an unhurried stroll into a bygone era. Discover the tranquil and friendly atmosphere of this Lincolnshire Farm Museum.
Tattershall Castle (12 Miles)*
For those who like to explore a property at their own pace, Tattershall Castle is ideal as all visitors receive an audio guide to help them explore this unique building.
Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary (23 Miles)*
Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary provides a vital role in the rescue, rehabilitation and eventual release back into the wild of numerous abandoned seal pups each year.
Usher Gallery (24 Miles)*
The Usher Gallery was founded in 1927 following the bequest to the City of Lincoln of an outstanding collection of decorative art.
Lincoln Castle (25 Miles)*
In 1068, two years after the battle of Hastings, William the Conqueror began building Lincoln Castle on a site occupied since Roman times.
Pleasure Island Theme Park (25 Miles)*
Pleasure Island is packed with fun, thrills and spills! Whether its Dad surging on the Hyper Blaster or Mum grooving to the Musical Time Machine a fantastic day out is guaranteed for all. NB Pleasure Island is now closed to the public.
Museum of Lincolnshire Life (25 Miles)*
The Museum of Lincolnshire Life is the largest and most exciting Social History Museum in the County. It occupies a listed barracks, built in 1857 for the Royal North Lincoln Militia.
Snettisham Park (27 Miles)*
Make a visit to Snettisham Park, 320 acres of lovely countryside, and you will find lots of interesting things to see and many exciting activities to do.
RSPB Titchwell Marsh Nature Reserve (28 Miles)*
Titchwell Marsh is, not surprisingly, one of The RSPB's most popular reserves from sandy beaches to lagoons and reedbeds - it's all here! See the magnificent Marsh Harriers soar overhead! Something for everyone. Don't miss our Guided Walks!
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Oak Tree Cottage
Spilsby (1 Mile)*
Spilsby is a pleasant market town, on the southern edge of the Wolds.
Toynton All Saints (2 Miles)*
Hagwothingham (3 Miles)*
West Keal (3 Miles)*
West Keal is a village of transition. A place where the undulations of the Lincolnshire wolds meet the long flat lands of the fens.
Stickney (7 Miles)*
Alford (7 Miles)*
Alford is a pleasant market town situated on the eastern edge of the Wolds. A mixture of Georgian and Victorian buildings faces Alford's marketplaces.
Horncastle (7 Miles)*
A country market town of great charm. Horncastle was originally the roman town of Banovallum; remains of the Roman wall can be seen in the local library.
Burgh le Marsh (8 Miles)*
Burgh le Marsh is a small town 5 miles from Skegness, but is affectionately regarded by its residents as "The Village". Burgh le Marsh was granted town status by King Henry IV's royal charter in 1401.
Wainfleet (8 Miles)*
Wainfleet - A former port which now lies 4 miles from the sea. Wainfleet is said to stand on the site of the old Roman town of 'Vainono'.
Friskney (9 Miles)*
Friskney, one of the largest villages in the UK yet with a very small but very friendly population, probably gained most of its fame from the Farmer and His Friends riske calendar raising funds for the Tsunami appeal in 2005.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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