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he Lincolnshire countryside comprises flatland that includes the fertile, drained marshland of the Fens to the south-east and, to the north, the hills of Lincoln Wolds. While fishing is important along the coast, agriculture dominates the economy inland. The county is the bulb-growing centre of England. The area was occupied by the Romans, who began work on the draining of the Fens and founded the garrison town of Lindum on a hill-top site beside the River Witham. The city of modern-day Lincoln is visible for miles around and the triple towers of its 900-year-old cathedral dominate the skyline, as do windmills in many parts of Lincolnshire.Click Here For a List of Links to Inns with Websites

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Blue Bell

Main Street, Belchford, Lincolnshire, LN9 6LQ Tel: 01507 533602
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We'll leave the carExcellently well kept beer and an amazing collection of old farm implements can be found in a pub with superb hospitality

Bull & Swan

High Street, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 2LJ  Tel: 01780 763558
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Distinctive red-tiled pub which has remained an integral part of village life for the past 250 years - Pretty courtyard garden.

George Hotel

71 St. Martins, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 2LB  Tel: 01780 750750
Back to top MAP George Hotel Home Page Email the George Accommodation Excellent food Excellent Cask Ales Real Fires Children Welcome Very Comfortable Close to the River Welland Close to Burghley House Highly Recommended
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Great Northern

23 Station Street, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 8RL Tel: 01205 362357
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Victorian premises, first licenced in 1839. The building was once the property of The Great Northern Railway and had accommodation for railway employees. There is a good selection of ales, old railway photographs and railway memorabilia.

Saracens Head

High Street, Hogsthorpe, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE24 5PP Tel: 01754 872217
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sarahead.jpg (31677 bytes)17th Century coaching inn with a real homely interior. Original low beams, pew seats and cask conditioned ales make the Saracens Head a haven of tranquillity just 4 miles North of Skegness and only 1 mile from the Lincolnshire coast.