Explore South Kesteven 2022 Visitor Guide

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    Where else can you find scarecrow festivals, an ancient sheep fair, wonderful open gardens, an artisan chocolatier, Alpaca Farm, England's greatest Elizabethan house, rich aviation heritage, the birthplace of the world’s greatest scientist and an international horse trial?

    Building an itinerary to involve the whole family is easy. The area is famed for some of England’s most prestigious stately homes and castles which draw visitors from far and wide. There’s a busy arts and theatre programme available year-round, and family-friendly visitor attractions perfectly placed to keep all entertained. Treat yourself in a wealth of shops, experience amazing festivals, or immerse yourself in nature amongst a plethora of tranquil gardens. Take a browse of our Diary Dates section and start planning your visit.

    South Kesteven is just a stone’s throw to Rutland Water, one of Europe’s largest reservoirs and a haven for fishing, cycling, sailing and wildlife in England's smallest county, and the cathedral city of Peterborough in neighbouring Cambridgeshire. Less than an hour's drive will take you to the city of Lincoln in one direction and the award-winning National Space Centre, in Leicester, in the other.

    Whether you have just a day, a weekend or longer to explore, you'll discover four market towns brimming with history and heritage, and more than 80 delightful stone villages that have barely changed in over 200 years nestled in 365 square miles of beautiful countryside.

    At the end of a busy day, dine in one of our eateries serving high quality, locally-sourced produce, accompanied by artisan beers.

    South Kesteven offers a wonderful variety of places to rest your weary head to suit every taste from luxury hotels with four poster beds, to unique self-catering cottages, pretty B&Bs and riverside camping.

    And getting here is easy. The close proximity of the A1 provides access from both the north and south and there's excellent east to west road access. By rail, Grantham is just one hour from London.

    These excellent transport links mean South Kesteven is also the perfect base to visit attractions further afield, both within Lincolnshire and other counties.

    With so much to discover in South Kesteven, we invite you to browse our visitor guide - we’re confident you won’t want to leave!

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