National Trust - Belton House
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Built for Sir John Brownlow in the 1680's Belton House has all the design features of a classic English country home. House and grounds, tea shop. Seasonal opening times.
Beautiful house and gardens (admission charges apply), and deer park (free to enter). Great for a day out with the family. Take the children to the adventure playground. The park plays host to about 300 fallow deer. The herd has been in the park for more than 300 years.
Belton is often cited as being the perfect example of an English country-house estate. Owned by the National Trust it has lovely grounds and walks and is just outside Grantham.
National Trust property with wonderful adventure playground for children. Two great cafes/restaurants worth visiting.
A great place to visit for great walks, children activities, cafe, book shop, National Trust Shop. Check out their website for events.
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