Tattershall is situated on the southern edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the heart of the rural coastal county. Lincolnshire tends to have less rainfall than most of the country being on the drier side of Britain.
The Tattershall skyline is dominated by the magnificent Holy Trinity Collegiate Church and the mighty red brick of the Tattershall Castle.
The keep and the moat are all that remain of the castle which was built by Ralph Cromwell in the 1440’s. Spectacular views of the area can be seen from battlements, on a clear day both Boston Stump and Lincoln Cathedral can be seen.
The Holy Trinity Church, founded in 1438, has remains of some fine medieval stained glass and Tom Thumbs grave by the font.
The house of Tom Thumb can be seen on the ridge of a town house in the Market Square.
Tattershall is situated in the heart of the rural coastal county of Lincolnshire, approximately 26 miles from the coast. The town is dominated by the red brick built Tattershall Castle which was built in the 1400’s and is now in the hands of The National Trust. There are local pubs and shops in Tattershall and adjoining Conningsby which has a busy RAF base.
If you are interested in aviation the Conningsby Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre with a Lancaster, Dakota, two Hurricanes and five Spitfires is just five miles away. The East Kirkby Aviation Museum is around 15 minutes drive.
Woodhall Spa, classed as an inland resort, is approximately 5 miles from Tattershall, at Woodhall there are range of cafes, restaurants and shops, Jubilee Park with its heated outdoor swimming pool, Tea Rooms in the Woods, and the Kinema in the Woods. Woodhall Spa Golf Club the home of the English Golf Union, there you will find the Hotchkin Course voted the best course in the U.K by Golf World Magazine, the Bracken Course and the Golf Academ.