Things to see and do - Spalding
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Spalding Travel guide
Spalding : Michelin's recommendations
Spalding stands on the northern edge of The Fens, its flatlands stretching afar on both sides of the River Welland. A Georgian town like neighbouring Boston, it is ablaze with thousands of flowers during the annual spring Bulb Festival.
Tourist attractions Spalding : Things to see and do
Built in 1430, but largely reworked in the 18-19C, the home of Maurice Johnson, founder of Spalding Gentlemen's Society (1710), one of the first antiques societies in England. The society's members included Newton, Pope, Addison and Gray. It is now a..
Famous for their roses and tulips, 10 ha of fields grow up to 250,000 flowers.
5 Market Street GB - Sutton Bridge PE12 9DD
The Granary is Long Sutton’s newest hotel, bar and restaurant, and boasts 5 attractive en suite rooms and a purpose-built family chalet suitable for disabled guests. With just 5 rooms, all renovated in December 2010, The Granary offers all the moder..
80 Pinchbeck Road GB - Spalding PE11 1QF
Just a 10-minute walk from Spalding centre, this Edwardian hotel has a charming patio garden. Spalding Rail Station and the town's shops, restaurants and museums can be reached in a few minutes' walk. The elegant house has distinctive period archite..
22 High Street GB - Spalding PE11 1TX
Set in picturesque grounds, Cley Hall Hotel is a Georgian Grade II Listed property providing elegant bedrooms, a restaurant and beautiful gardens. The property overlooks the River Welland and is a 3-minute walk from the centre of Spalding. Retaining..