Grimsthorpe Castle

Grimsthorpe Castle
Attractions | Bourne | Historic
Grimsthorpe Castle sits amongst rolling Lincolnshire countryside surrounded by gardens, extensive historic woodland and a 50-acre lake. Descendants of the deer that King Henry VIII hunted now roam the parkland, grazing under ancient oaks. Enjoy the chance to soak up the atmosphere and 'Spirit of Place' in a Castle that has been home to the same family since 1516 and is filled with fine furniture, paintings and tapestries. Families love the adventure playground and miles of traffic-free trails that provide a safe haven to spot wildlife. There is a tearoom, gift shop, cycle hire and extensive gardens.
Grimsthorpe
Bourne
PE10 0LY
www.grimsthorpe.co.uk
ray@grimsthorpe.co.uk
01778 591205

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Grimsthorpe
Bourne
PE10 0LY
www.grimsthorpe.co.uk
ray@grimsthorpe.co.uk
01778 591205

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