hi where about is the picture taken as i am taking my children to ingoldmells for 10 days but there is not any pools like that near where we are staying thanks andy
Hi all. We will be visiting a cousin of mine and also to see my late mother's sister (who both live in Stamford), neither of whom I have seen for many years and as this will be our main holiday next year we want to make it special so do not mind the expense if the accommodation is good enough.
Bearing this in mind, do any of you knowing of high quality self catering cottages/lodges or 4 star and above hotels in the Stamford area?
We will be staying there sometime after April 2010 for one or two weeks and will be driving from South Wales. Many thanks.
I thought I'd try the Travel Forum from the point of view of a questioner, rather than an answerer!
I'm planning to spend a couple of days at the end of this week to visit the village in southern Lincolnshire where my surname originated. While I'm up there, it would be nice to stop somewhere for a bit of indulgent sightseeing. At most, I could probably spend a couple of hours each at two locations, or maybe half day at one. Any suggestions for good places to stop? Lincoln is an obvious option which I'm not ruling out, but I know it is quite far north in the county.
As a second question, does anyone know of any nice B&B's for a Friday night, or locations with a good choice of options?
can anyone tell me of any genuinely old (such as 16, 17th century) but reasonably priced antique bookshops that are within a 3-4 hour drive of Lincolnshire? Actually, any in the whole of England would be ok. My budget would be about £100 for a good condition book up to the mid 1600s.
Thanks for any help
I have as yet been unable to find out what Graham Norton said about Skegness that so upset the locals. I'm upset that he taking my Job ! If you know what he said or where I can find out please post it soon.
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