Woodhall Spa is located in central Lincolnshire, just 14 miles from the beautiful city of Lincoln with its grand  cathedral (once the highest building in the world). The surrounding aria  is full of interesting  places to visit steeped in history . Anyone interested in aviation can find the battle of Briton memorial flight (the last flying Lancaster bomber in the UK) and East Kirby aviation centre. Woodhall Spa is also only 20 miles from the East coast, including Skegness and Mablethorp.


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Walking distance from Stone house Lodge is Woodhall Spa golf club Ranked among the World’s Top 100 Courses by Golf World magazine (25th), The Hotchkin Course at the National Golf Centre, Woodhall Spa, is consistently rated among the world’s finest heathland golf experiences and a favourite destination for golf breaks.

For more than a century, golf travellers have been welcomed to this exquisite heathland course, famous for its natural beauty, dramatic bunkering and distinct tactical challenge.

Each of The Hotchkin Course’s 18 holes is individually memorable, while the joy of every drive and crisply struck iron shot from firm, heathland turf makes for an unforgettable experience.

Located on the outskirts of the leafy Edwardian spa town of Woodhall Spa, 20 miles from historic Lincoln, there are a variety of comfortable, welcoming hotels with special golf break packages available.

The National Golf Centre welcomes green fee players, golf groups, golf societies and corporate golf days – call now on 01526 352511 to book your tee time or golf break.

We understand your round on the Hotchkin Course at Woodhall Spa is a special golfing day out – and from your welcome in the clubhouse, bar and dining room, to your all important tee time on the 1st, we’ll ensure it is a day to remember.

Golf World have announced the Top 100 Golf Courses in England - the Hotchkin has gained 4 th  position.



5 minuets drive from the Stone house lodge is the BBMF a unique partnership between the Royal Air Force and Lincolnshire County Council.

Since opening its doors in 1986, the BBMF Visitor Centre has welcomed over 300,000 people, offering them the opportunity to see the Flight’s historic aircraft at close quarters and to observe the BBMF technicians working to maintain them in airworthy condition.

The RAF BBMF hangar is located within the boundaries of RAF Coningsby and viewing the Flight’s historic aircraft at close quarters is available only by guided tour. You will be shown around the hangar by volunteer guides, many of whom have firsthand experience of the aircraft.Whilst in the hangar you will be able to observe the RAF BBMF technicians maintaining these iconic aircraft to airworthy condition.

Tours of the hangar last approximately one to one and half hours. Tickets are available through the visitor Centre upon your arrival. (Hangar tours are available from 10.30am and run throughout the day. The last tour is at 3.30pm March – October (3.00pm November – February). Admission Charges apply.

For full details on opening times, admission charges, and planning your visit please go to BBMF Visitor Centre Websitewww.lincolnshire.gov.uk/bbmf



Fondly nicknamed the 'mini-Nürburgring', Cadwell Park celebrated its 80th anniversary in 2014. It remains as closely-held in the hearts of many motorsport fans as it ever has. Located 10 miles north of Horncastle and five miles south of Louth, the Lincolnshire circuit is especially popular with bikers nationwide.

Cadwell Park's twisty and undulating nature, winding through open park and woodland, has marked it out as one of the best circuits in the country. Once discovered, it is often a firm favourite amongst many who visit, whether as a spectator or participant.

The circuit is also one of the most popular destinations on the MCE Insurance British Superbike calendar, with the infamous 'Mountain' section, which riders usually tackle airborne, providing a particular challenge.

As the circuit's reputation continues to build, there are an increasing number of club car events taking place at the circuit including the Historic Sports Car Club's Wolds Trophy and the popular Vintage Sports Car Club Festival, along with two vintage and classic motorcycle events.



The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre is a family run museum and was set up over 20 years ago.  It is now widely seen as a living memorial to the 55,500 men of Bomber Command who lost their lives during WW2.  It holds one of the rarest aircraft, an Avro Lancaster Bomber, in its collection along with many wartime vehicles including a Ford WOT1 Crew Bus, the only one of its kind known in existence.

We feel that Bomber Command has never been given the recognition that it deserves and we see it as our job to educate both old and young as to the acts of heroism and dedication shown by Bomber Command throughout the Second World War.g the Historic Sports Car Club's Wolds Trophy and the popular Vintage Sports Car Club Festival, along with two vintage and classic motorcycle events.