Horncastle in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... into a 10/15 mins discussion of tea shops/antique shops in horncastle. After she had finally escaped we took a tour of the shops in horncastle. First stop the book shop. All book shops in horncastle are pilled high with books but amazingly the owner seems to know where everything is. Our next stop was the hardware shop on my dads request. He was in heaven. This shop stocked everything. We then moved on to the local newsagents. We were drawn in by the shop front display which had local artist pictures from cadwell park (motorbikes). After this we moved on to the first of many antiques centres. When they say horncastle is capital of linco... more
Customer Horncastle in General Reviews (2)
by - written on 08/01/09, updated on 08/01/09 (Very useful, 93 readings)
We visited horncastle from mablethorpe in august 2008. It did not take too long to get here and mum was surprised how quick it took her to drive. We followed the parking signs at the traffic lights and parked up in the free former cattle market. From here it was a very short walk into town. Our first task was to find some public toilets. On the way there I mentioned to mum that we should phone nan and ask her which was the best tea shop (as a joke as she had already visited here earlier in the year and likes her tea shops). An old man overheard our convisation and stopped my mum launching into a 10/15 mins discussion of tea shops/antique shops in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/01, updated on 03/02/01 (Very useful, 115 readings)
When we tell other people about where we live, we generally say that it's boring or there's never anything to do there. Horncastle is different. OK, it's only a smallish market town in the heart of the Lincolnshire wolds but there is still something to do here whatever your interest. Horncastle has been dubbed "The Antiques Capital of the country" due to the amount of antique shops in the town. Admittedly, the antique business is a very big part of the infrastructure of the town and trade comes in from all around the world, but this is just part of what Horncastle is. Centrally located between Lincoln to the West, Skegness to the ... Read the complete review
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