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Places of interest and attractions near Stamford

Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre

Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre
A 399 seat theatre built within the shell of the original Corn Exchange Hall in Stamford, Lincolnshire. Refurbished almost entirely by volunteers, and run throughout the year by volunteers.
Visit WebsiteDistance: 0.4 miles from Gwynne House

All Saints Brewery

All Saints Brewery Stamford
Victorian steam operated brewery, established in 1825. Recently restored and redeveloped as a micro-brewery specialising in fruit beers.
NOW OPEN as a Public house. Food available. Please call +44 (0) 1780 752186 enquire about guided tours of our amazing brewery
No WebsiteDistance: 0.8 miles from Gwynne House

Burghley House

Burghley House Stamford
Burghley is one of the largest and grandest houses of the first Elizabethan Age. Built and mostly designed by William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, between 1555 and 1587, the main part of the House has 35 major rooms on the ground and first floors. There are more than 80 lesser rooms and numerous halls, corridors, bathrooms and service areas. The lead roof extends to three quarters of an acre, restoration and rebuilding of which began in 1983 and took nearly ten years to complete. Visitor facilities include the Orangery Restaurant, Gift Shop, Gardens of Surprise and beautiful walks around the historic parkland laid out by Capability Brown and still occupied by a herd of fallow deer.
Visit WebsiteDistance: 1 mile from Gwynne House

Burghley Park Golf Club

Burghley Park Golf Club Stamford
Burghley Park Golf Club came into being in 1890. It has had a chequered career but since the golf boom of the 1960’s has been on a sound footing with an excellent and improving course and a friendly membership.
Visit WebsiteDistance: 2 miles from Gwynne House

Stamford Shakespeare and Tolethorpe Hall

Stamford Shakespeare and Tolethorpe Hall
Tolethorpe Hall has origins going back 800 years to the early 11th century when the first manor house was built on the site by a Norman family who came over from France after the Norman Conquest of 1066. The setting of the hall overlooking classic English parkland in attractive Rutland countryside has changed little over centuries.

Historic Tolethorpe Hall, the gardens and Rutland Open Air Theatre with a 600-seat, permanently covered, raked auditorium. No performance is ever cancelled because of the rain. The unique permanent high tensile canopy erected in 1993 is made from fabric of the same family of materials as London's Millennium Dome. It is the only theatre structure of its kind in Europe.
Visit WebsiteDistance: 2 miles from Gwynne House

Barnack Hills & Holes National Nature Reserve

Barnack Hills & Holes National Nature Reserve
Arising FROM the rubble of a mediaeval quarry, Barnack Hills and Holes is one of Britain’s most important wildlife sites. Covering an area of just 22 hectares (50 acres), the grassy slopes are home to a profusion of wild flowers. This type of meadowland covered in wild flowers is now all too rare: half of the surviving limestone grassland in Cambridgeshire is found at the Hills and Holes. The area became a National Nature Reserve in 1976, and in 2002 it was designated as a Special Area for Conservation, to protect the orchid rich grassland as part of the Natura 2000 series of special wildlife sites throughout Europe.
Visit WebsiteDistance: 3 miles from Gwynne House

Tallington Lakes Leisure Centre

Tallington Lakes Leisure Centre
205 acres of clean spring fed water, if you want to water ski, wakeboard, tube-ride, jet ski, windsurf, dinghy sail or canoe on clean calm water, then look no further – you have found a location that in the UK is unique.
Visit WebsiteDistance: 4 miles from Gwynne House

Sacrewell Farm & Country Centre

Sacrewell Farm & Country Centre
Hidden deep in the heart of the countryside nestles an 18th Century mill and country farm where the treasures of farming and country life lie waiting to be discovered. There is something for everyone at Sacrewell, from friendly farm animals, the Shire Horse Centre and play areas to the working watermill and farm bygones. With the visitor centre spread over 35 acres you can always enjoy the feeling of space and rural tranquillity, whether you have come to visit for the day or are staying on the attractive campsite.
Visit WebsiteDistance: 6 miles from Gwynne House

Barnsdale Gardens

Barnsdale Gardens
The gardens at Barnsdale in Rutland were built by Britain's best loved Television gardener Geoff Hamilton over several years for BBC TV Gardeners' World programme & various other BBC specials
Visit WebsiteDistance: 8 miles from Gwynne House

Rutland Water

Rutland Water
Rutland Water is one of the largest man-made reservoirs in Europe and is located in Rutland, England’s smallest county. Set in 3,100 acres of countryside, the reservoir offers somthing for everyone in an exciting yet peaceful environment.
It has a 25-mile circular track for walking and you can hire a cycle or bring your own.
Rutland Water has an international reputation for sailing, trout fishing and bird watching and all these activities are open to day visitors.
Visit WebsiteDistance: 8 miles from Gwynne House

Grimsthorpe Castle

Grimsthorpe Castle
Grimsthorpe Castle is a country house in Lincolnshire. It lies within a 3,000 acre park of rolling pastures, lakes, and woodland landscaped by Capability Brown. While Grimsthorpe is not a castle in the strict sense of the word, its character is massive and martial – the towers and outlying pavilions recalling the bastions of a great fortress in classical dress. Grimsthorpe has been the home of the de Eresby family since 1516. The present owner is Jane Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby, 28th Baroness Willoughby de Eresby, granddaughter of Nancy Astor, who died at Grimsthorpe in 1964.
Visit WebsiteDistance: 9 miles from Gwynne House

Elton Hall

Elton Hall and Gardens
An extraordinary, romantic, part Gothic house which has been in the Proby family since 1660. The Hall, which stands in the midst of unspoilt landscaped parkland, is a fascinating mix of styles surrounded by stunning gardens. There is also a garden centre and Loch Fyne restaurant to visit.
Visit WebsiteDistance: 10 miles from Gwynne House

Rutland Railway Museum

Rutland Railway Museum
Located in the pleasant countryside of the ancient county of Rutland, the Museum is dedicated to telling the story of railways in industry, especially local ironstone quarrying. It goes back to the days before mass road transport when most freight was carried by rail and factories, works and quarries had their own railway systems. The museum's open air steam centre hosts a large collection of steam and diesel locomotives, wagons, vans and coaches, together with related items and artefacts.
Visit WebsiteDistance: 10 miles from Gwynne House

Harringworth Viaduct

Harringworth Viaduct
Harringworth Viaduct is a piece of architectural inspiration, built by the Midland Railway across the Welland Valley in 1877-9. It is 1.2km in length with 82 arches, and it is an impressive spectacle.
Visit WebsiteDistance: 10 miles from Gwynne House