Things to see and do - Boston
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Boston Travel guide
Boston : Michelin's recommendations
Boston was England's second largest port in the 13C and a centre of Puritanism in the 17C. The Pilgrim Fathers (pilgrims who founded the same-named town in the American colony) were imprisoned here. Boston has elegant Georgian houses and warehouses lining the banks of the River Witham. It is a quiet town which comes alive for its weekly auction and market. Today, Boston's resources stem from its light industry, agriculture and commercial port.
Tourist attractions Boston : Things to see and do
When it was built in the 14C, St Botolph's was the tallest church in England; from its 83 m Flemish-style tower, known as the Boston Stump, visitors can see as far as Hunstanton (64 km east) and Lincoln (50 km northwest) on a clear day. The building ..
This brick building (1450) has a magnificent five-bay window dating from the 16C over the main door. It was once the hall of St Mary's Guild and later the town hall. It is now a local museum with reconstructions of old kitchens with all the equipment..
High Street GB - Boston PE21 8SH
The White Hart Hotel offers premier Lincolnshire accommodation in the centre of Boston, within walking distance of the main shopping area, market place and local amenities. Guests can also enjoy stunning riverside views of the famous Boston Stump ch..
Hubberts Bridge GB - Boston PE20 3QX
With an 18-hole golf course, 200 acres of Lincolnshire countryside, and a driving range, this hotel is a few minutes' drive from Boston. Hearty breakfasts and free parking are available. Modern and bright, each room includes a private bathroom with ..
Leagate Road GB - Dogdyke LN4 4RS
Prix Prices from : 68 £
Located just 24 miles outside of Lincoln, The Leagate is nestled in quiet village of Coningsby. Surrounded by countryside, this 16th century inn offers free parking on-site and free Wi-Fi access to all guests. It also has a bar and a restaurant. Wit..