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County - Lincolnshire | Map
Tel code: 01472 | code search
Postcode: DN37 | code search
Population: 30
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Thorganby is a small village surrounded by attractive countryside in the county of Lincolnshire, and is home to thirty people. The quiet lanes uncover attractive cottages and the picturesque 13th Century church that is dedicated to All Saints, which is rich with interesting architecture and colourful stained glass windows. Unspoilt countryside across the Lincolnshire Wolds attracts walkers and lovers of the great outdoors, or for shopping, pubs and restaurants there is always the close proximity of Binbrook.

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The Old Farmhouse (2.61 miles)

The Old Farmhouse
Situated in the Wolds, The Old Farmhouse was built in the 18th century treasure and recently renovated to a high standard. Stunning inside and out, set in a truly peaceful location and has a ... More
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Hall Farm Hotel (3.37 miles)

Hall Farm Hotel

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Hall Farm Hotel and Restaurant is a superb example of a boutique hotel. 8 stunning bedrooms all completely individual in style and feel. Built from old farm buildings to create ... More

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Best Western Oaklands Hall Hotel (5.05 miles)

Best Western Oaklands Hall Hotel
Oaklands Hall Hotel is a private estate built in 1877 and nestling in 5 acres of beautiful Lincolnshire parkland between the Wolds & the River Humber, perfect for exploring the historic City of Lincoln & ... More | visit website
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Myrtle Cottage (6.25 miles)

Myrtle Cottage

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At the foot of 20 acres of Wolds hillside, a Triple SSSI nature reserve, where Batn owls, Hobby falcons and Green woodpeckers are annual visitors, these two ... More

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Humber Royal Hotel (7.25 miles)

Humber Royal Hotel

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The Humber Royal offers free Wi-Fi and free ample private parking. The town centre is a 5-minute drive away, while the coast is only 15 minutesí away. Each en suite room at ... More

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St James' Hotel (8.05 miles)

St James

The St James' Hotel is situated in the heart of Grimsby, close to Cleethorpes, Lincoln and Sheffield, with an award-winning Fishing Heritage Centre within close walking distance. Explore the attractive Lincolnshire coastline or visit some ... More | visit website

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Brackenborough Hotel (8.15 miles)

Brackenborough Hotel

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Already a favourite with those in the know, the Brackenborough Hotel is set in an idyllic location just outside the historic town of Louth in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
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Stallingborough Grange Hotel (8.25 miles)

Stallingborough Grange Hotel

Dating back to the 18th century this picturesque thatched country house is steeped in local history. Set in its own beautiful and tranquil gardens, it has now been converted into the privately run Stallingborough Grange ... More | visit website

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Limes Country House Hotel (8.50 miles)

Limes Country House Hotel

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Attractive and relaxing country accommodation. Ideal location for conferences and business meetings. 'The Limes' is a cosy, privately run, three star standard Victorian Country House idyllically set in four acres of tree ... More

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Premier Inn Grimsby (8.70 miles)

Premier Inn Grimsby
Ideally situated for both business and leisure guests. For business this hotel is near to Pyewhit industrial park. Local attractions include Pleasure Island, Auditorium, Grimsby football club and Cleethorpes beach front. For shops and local ... More | visit website

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