Dawson of Stamford

Dawson of Stamford
Shopping | Stamford
We are an independent family owned jewellery store. As well as an extensive range of new 18ct gold and platinum jewellery of high quality, we also have a large collection of antique and pre-owned jewellery. In our upstairs showroom we have a large collection of antique, pre-owned and new silver items. This also houses our antique furniture and objet, including carriage clocks.
6 Red Lion Square
Stamford
PE9 2AJ
www.dawsonofstamford.com
dawsonofstamford@hotmail.com
01780 754166

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6 Red Lion Square
Stamford
PE9 2AJ
www.dawsonofstamford.com
dawsonofstamford@hotmail.com
01780 754166

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Dawson of Stamford

6 Red Lion Square

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Dawson of Stamford

We are an independent family owned jewellery store. As well as an extensive range of new 18ct gold and platinum jewellery of high quality, we also have a large collection of antique and pre-owned jewellery. In our upstairs showroom we have a large collection of antique, pre-owned and new silver items. This also houses our antique furniture and objet, including carriage clocks.

Blue Badge Tour Guide – Jill Collinge

Jill has been guiding for over 25 years having qualified as Blue Badge Tour Guide for Lincolnshire & Rutland and is the Stamford Town Guide. She has extensive knowledge of the region whether it is from a historical, social or architectural perspective. Offering a range of guided services, she aims to ensure that each guided walk, talk or coach tour is tailored to its audience and presented in an informative yet entertaining and anecdotal style. Jill has considerable experience working with the media (TV, press, radio) at a local, national and international level.

Magnolia House

A warm welcome awaits you at Magnolia House – a stylish B&B in a quiet location within walking distance of Stamford centre. Enjoy a restful night’s sleep in our comfortable and elegantly furnished en-suite double or twin room. A delicious breakfast awaits you, then relax in our private garden. With its narrow alleyways and hidden courtyards that are home to speciality shops, fine jewellers and much more, it’s easy to see why Stamford was named as ‘the best place to live and stay in the UK’ by The Sunday Times.

Bumble Bee Barn

Bumble Bee Barn is a high quality stone built barn conversion, formerly a cart shed and grain store. This was part of a working farm, which is still in use today. This lovely self-catering property comprises 3 bedrooms: two king-size en-suite bedrooms – one with a shower, one with a bath, and also a single room with en-suite shower. Bumble Bee Barn has solid oak flooring and doors throughout. Central heating and double glazing makes for a warm cosy welcome. The main living area has views looking out to the front lawn and has comfy sofas, a dining room table and chairs and a widescreen TV. A traditional and well equipped kitchen also has a washer/dryer and dishwasher. On the ground floor is a separate toilet, a coat room and separate chill out room with sofa. A welcome basket of treats awaits your arrival. There is plenty of parking with easy access and a private, secure garden. A country inn is a short walk away, serving good food.

The Little Bothy

This recently renovated two-bedroom barn sits behind Old Sulehay Cottages and has been thoughtfully restored and extended to provide a modern self-contained cottage sleeping four people. Imaginatively designed and finished to a very high standard, the bar offers luxury and comfort in abundance.

The Little Bothy has its own courtyard with garden furniture and a charcoal BBQ. The sunny south facing lawned garden has furniture so you can enjoy the evening sunshine. The orchard is yours to walk in or sit and have a glass of wine.

Perfect for a romantic getaway….quiet, peaceful and relaxing.

By booking our other cottage Rest and be Thankful we can accommodate up to 8 people with flexible sleeping arrangements. Great for friends or family to enjoy time together!

Browne’s Hospital & Museum

The Hospital or almshouse was founded by William Browne, a rich wool merchant of Stamford, and built in 1475. The Hospital or Bedehouse – a name by which it was also known – was established as a home and a house of prayer for 10 poor men and 2 poor women, with a Warden and a Confrater, both of whom were to be priests. The main rooms that can be visited are the Common Room, the Chapel, the Staircase, the Audit Room and the Confraters’ Room which contain original artefacts. The chapel retains important 15th century stained glass of national significance.

Easton Labyrinth & Peace Garden

Easton Labyrinth and Peace Garden is an innovative place of peace, contemplation and reflection for everyone. Situated within the award-winning churchyard of the beautiful historic church of All Saints and just off the Jurassic Way, it is a free and fascinating destination, along with the nearby Priest’s House. The Peace Garden features a focal point sculpture by local artist Michael Moralee called ‘Honouring Life’ and interpretation boards tell visitors more about the historic Grade 1 listed church, the conservation area in the churchyard, and the Peace Garden and Labyrinth.

Burghley

Burghley, one of the largest and grandest houses of the first Elizabethan age, was built and mostly designed by William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, between 1555 and 1587. The main part of the House has 35 major rooms on the ground and first floors. Visitor facilities include The Orangery restaurant, gift shop, gardens and beautiful walks around the hisotric parkland laid out by Capability Brown. History can come alive in a single trip – whether you take a guided tour, enjoy a walk through the park or explore the gardens.

The Little Barn

Rural tranquillity in high quality self-catering luxury awaits you in the charming, quiet village of Carlby, near Stamford. You’ll feel so at home in the open plan, comfortable surroundings of The Little Barn – with a full, modern kitchen area and stylish wet room too. King size double bed, plus modern sofa bed option, to sleep up to 4 people. A detached, single level property with disabled access and adjacent to your hosts’ home. Breakfast tray provided, free Wifi, cot on request, off road parking and local walks. A short drive to nearby village inns. The Little Barn is wonderful base for exploring Stamford, Burghley House, Tolethorpe Hall’s open-air Shakespeare theatre, Bourne and Rutland Water. ‘Perfectly equipped, lovely little touches, very welcoming owners, gorgeous bathroom’

The Cosy Club

Cosy Clubs celebrate the joys of relaxed dining, drinking and lounging in a fabulous, welcoming setting – think aristocratic abundance with a dash of local village cricket pavilion pottiness! Our magnificent menus veer happily from brunches and light salads to comfort food classics, from fine coffees and smoothies to some of the finest cocktails known to man and woman.

Burghley Horse Trials

The world’s greatest 5* equestrian event acknowledged globally by leading riders as their ultimate competitive goal. A key event towards the end of the summer social season, Land Rover Burghley attracts fantastic crowds to witness exhilarating equestrian action alongside browsing the world renowned shopping avenues and enjoying the many other attractions and activities on offer in this truly stunning location of the Burghley estate, near Stamford.
Visit our website for full details for visitors, traders and competitors.

2019 dates: September 5-8
2020 dates: September 3-6

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St. Martin’s Antiques Centre

Situated in the gorgeous Lincolnshire market town of Stamford, St. Martin’s Antique Centre is the only unmatched emporium to delight and interest everyone. With over 70 dealers offering an extensive range of styles from Art Deco, Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian, Vintage and Collectables, we have something to suit every budget and taste. Selling: Lighting, Silver, Furniture, Jewellery, Clothing, Pictures, Prints, Clocks, Watches, Glass, Porcelain, Brass, Copper, Leather, Toys, Rugs, Tools, Signs, Kitchenalia, Coins, Taxidermy – you name it, we’ve got it! The perfect place to browse for hours, with free parking and an easy walk from the town centre and train station.

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Stamford Sights & Secrets Tours

Join us on a 90 minute guided walking tour around the beautiful, unspoiled town of Stamford. See the sights, discover the secrets and meet the faces behind the Georgian facade. Find out about wife-selling, lucky escapes, bull running, why Stamford was rotten and much more!
Tours take place on Wednesdays & Saturdays at 11am, are suitable for all ages and include a children’s trail.
Book in advance on our website, via Stamford Arts Centre box office, or come along and pay on the day at the meeting point outside Stamford Arts Centre. Adult £7.50, Concessions £6.50, Family £20

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Bumble Bee Barn

Bumble Bee Barn is a high quality stone built barn conversion, formerly a cart shed and grain store. This was part of a working farm, which is still in use today. This lovely self-catering property comprises 3 bedrooms: two king-size en-suite bedrooms – one with a shower, one with a bath, and also a single room with en-suite shower. Bumble Bee Barn has solid oak flooring and doors throughout. Central heating and double glazing makes for a warm cosy welcome. The main living area has views looking out to the front lawn and has comfy sofas, a dining room table and chairs and a widescreen TV. A traditional and well equipped kitchen also has a washer/dryer and dishwasher. On the ground floor is a separate toilet, a coat room and separate chill out room with sofa. A welcome basket of treats awaits your arrival. There is plenty of parking with easy access and a private, secure garden. A country inn is a short walk away, serving good food.

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