Fulbeck and the surrounding area are steeped in history as well as being a hub for local art and crafts. Here are some of our favourite places to visit if you’re looking for things to do in Grantham and Lincolnshire.
Our area of the country includes one of the finest remaining manor houses in country. Belton House is a grand country house set in peaceful parkland, perfect for an afternoon stroll.
The area boasts the first Roman road to be built in the UK ‘the Fosse Way’, which leads up to Lincoln and its grand Gothic style cathedral and 17th century castle, built on the site of a pre existing Roman fortress.
You can wile away the day wandering around the quaint cobbled streets of the bailgate and visiting some of the many small local shops and businesses.
Nearer to home you can visit our local village church, The Church of St Nicholas’, which is next door to the Hare and Hounds. The church dates from three distinct periods in history and sits quietly nestled in the centre of the village.
The village is also a hub for all types of art and crafts and has its own craft centre situated at the Manor Stables Craft centre, just across the green from the Hare and Hounds.
Here visitors can discover all kinds of hand made gifts on offer, from hand made wooden gifts for the family to a family run coffee shop for a drink and snack.
The ‘perfect’ English country-house estate, set in its own magnificent deer park. Belton was designed to impress. Built in the late 17th century for ‘Young’ Sir John Brownlow.
Lincoln Cathedral & Bailgate
A grand Gothic Cathedral, nestled in the cobbled bailgate area overlooking the city of Lincoln. Lots of local shops border the cobbled streets. A fantastic day out for all the family.
Nestled in the heart of historic Lincoln, experience the magnificent views of the cathedral, the City of Lincoln & the surrounding countryside from the extensive wall walks during your visit to the castle.
Church of St Nicholas
The Church of St Nicholas is of mainly three periods in history, which may be dated to around the years 1220, 1320 & 1470. It sits quietly nestled in the centre of the village right next to The Hare & Hounds, within easy walking distance.