Marston Hall is situation on the edge of a small Lincolnshire village with easy communications in all directions. It is only just over a mile off the A1, five miles north of Grantham (Train 1 hour 5 mins to London Kings Cross) with all the following attractions within easy reach: Lincoln, with its wonderful cathedral, the historic market town of Newark, Southwell Minster, Belton House, Belvoir Castle, Isaac Newton's House at Woolsthorpe - Woolsthorpe Manor, the very attractive medieval town of Stamford with Burghley House and England's largest inland lake, Rutland Water.
Marston Hall, Marston, Near Grantham, Lincolnshire NG32 2HQ
The village pub is currently closed but there are excellent pubs serving good freshly cooked food in both the nearest villages, The Brownlow Arms at Hough-on-the-Hill and The Stag at Barkston. There is a wide variety of restaurants in Grantham from Pizza Express to the Michelin Starred Harry's Place.
Places of Interest
There are many local places of interest all within easy reach including Lincoln, with its magnificent Cathedral, Southwell Minster, Belton House, Belvoir Castle, Harlaxton, Isaac Newton's house at Woolsthorpe, the historic market town of Newark and the charming medieval town of Stamford with Burghley House and Gardens. Lincolnshire is a large county, unknown to many people and there are many interesting places to explore. From the undulating country of the Wolds to the vast landscapes of the Fens and along the coast to the port of Grimsby up to the Humber Bridge and across to the recently named Centre of Culture, the City of Hull.