Posted 18th October 2017 in Cycling
This is a list of like minded people and organisations we have met since opening our holiday cottage in Boston Lincolnshire.
Built in 1819 and re-opened in 1988 the Maud Foster Mill is one of Boston's most characterful landmarks. Visit Maud's Tearoom for a wholesome lunch or afternoon tea and cakes. Climb all seven floors of the Mill and see flour being made in the traditional way or pay a visit to the Mill Shop for organic flour, porridge oats, jam, chutney and local honey. A pleasant walk from Earlscroft Farm.
A talented and successful local designer and maker of furniture. Jonathan was employed throughout the conversion of the barn for all our carpentry work, which included bespoke hardwood doors, windows and wardrobe. Tel: 07795 151 024
Locally reared Longhorn Cattle and other naturally reared animals producing safe, healthy meats from native British Breeds with a quality and flavour rarely seen these days.
Thank you to Nick and other contributors for the use of their images of Lincolnshire on this website.
Kate's father has always enjoyed collecting and repairing old radios. Over the last few years he has published photographs, schematic diagrams and other information about his collection.
We are listed in the Self Catering Directory
An ongoing project to promote Boston and Lincolnshire to prospective visitors to the county. The site publishes articles on places of interest local to Boston in Lincolnshire.
Self Catering Boston Lincolnshire
Stickney Farm Park is a local quality visitor attraction that promotes knowledge and understanding of the countryside and life on a farm.
An eclectic mix of links for Boston Lincolnshire
Seniors Travel Guide
Click to visit Seniors Travel Guide
Online accommodation directory
Click to visit Self Catering Searcher website
Self catering holidays
We are listed with Accommodation UK