Tattershall Castle (Lincoln) Reviews
Newest Review: ... a few minutes we had reached our destination, it was well signposted and parking was alongside a small Norman Church, The Holy Trinity. Disabled parking is only a few hundred yards closer and is n between the church and the castle. We paid our fee and walked to the small building which is the Gatehouse; this is now the Gift Shop and small café where you can get tea\coffee or a soft drink. The seating area is up a wooden staircase; this area also is advertised as a small museum, which was in my opinion a little disappointing as a museum. There was a small scale model of the castle, moat and surrounding grounds; books and informatio... more
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by - written on 04/06/07 (Very useful, 548 readings)
~~ Tattershall Castle ~~ For our holiday last year we opted for Lincolnshire to settle with our caravan for a couple of weeks, we had a lovely time travelling most days visiting the various Castles and Stately Homes that Lincolnshire has to offer. About half way through our holiday we had a very rainy day, so we decided that we would not travel far from base and as we still had loads of places to see during our stay, we could not afford to loose the day; Tattershall Castle became our destination. ~~ A Little History ~~ The first castle on this site was started in 1231 by the young Robert de Tateshale. There is not much left of the ... Read the complete review
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