Belton House Stately Home (Grantham, Lincolnshire) Reviews
Description:National Trust property in Grantham, Lincs.
Newest Review: ... told us clearly that the house was not open because we'd have skipped lunch and gone for the tour if we'd known. I guess they couldn't imagine anyone would be crazy enough not to check the opening days. Instead we slurped our soup and shared a sandwich before puzzling over which door we needed to get in to the house. Eventually the penny dropped that we weren't getting in short of breaking ... more
Customer Belton House Stately Home (Grantham, Lincolnshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 03/04/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
~Division of Labour~ Like all good relationships, our marriage is based on division of labour. My husband deals with dead mice and birds and puts the bins out. I am the travel planner who spends weeks researching and booking our holidays, working out what to see and drawing up detailed itineraries. My husband's holiday role is to say "Yes dear" to every suggestion I make and to turn up and enjoy himself. When we took a week off work in July to just stay home and 'do stuff' I was very pleasantly surprised when he announced that HE had put together a day out for us and I didn't have to do anything. He stuck the cool bag of drinks and snacks ... Read the complete review
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