Tattershall is a quaint little village in the rural county of Lincolnshire, best known for its red brick castle built in 1434 by Ralph de Cromwell.
The village is surrounded by beautiful scenery and you’ll find the locals are very friendly. There are local shops, pubs and restaurants.
Lincolnshire located in the east, central of England, is a very relaxing rural county. The pace of life is generally much slower than the rest of England but still has many things to see and do. Making it the perfect setting for a holiday or break.
There are many things to do nearby during your stay and we’ve listed below a selection of the more popular ones along with the distance, website and address.