Our pub walks take you further afield where you can discover even more of the delights that our county has to offer.
Make a pint at a pub your final destination on one of our pub walks. Travel through the Lincolnshire Wolds and stop at a pub where you can quench your our thirst and enjoy a hearty meal.
This is a lovely walk to take in the evening on a summers day. No hills make this a relaxing stroll. Lots of wildlife to see and hear and there are two pubs included on this route (including the White Hart, of course!)
The green lanes to Bag Enderby, quiet bridleways and tree-lined footpaths to Hagwothingham will lead you to “The George” where you’ll be able to reward your effort with a relaxing drink or delicious meal.
The high undulating hills toward Somersby will reward you with beautiful views with many landmarks on offer.
You can enjoy many diverse landscapes on this reasonably long-distance stroll. Meander through the Swaby valley, a peaceful stretch with lots of wildlife then move onto Belleau and the picturesque church of St John Baptist. Included in the parish of Belleau is Claythorpe where you’ll find a watermill, home to a wildfowl garden and cafe. On the return loop you go through Aby and can call in at the Railway Tavern pub and restaurant, they also have self-catering accommodation next door!
What better incentive for a walk than a winery along the way! This route takes you past The Ovens, a vineyard nestled on the hillside overlooking the hamlet of Harrington. The winery accommodates twelve tasters and is by appointment only.
This route takes you past Harrington Hall, a beautiful seventeenth-century country house which gave Tennyson inspiration for his poem, “Come into the Garden Maud”.
A stone bridge overlooking the hall frontage and gardens is a perfect place to sit and take in the splendour and absorb the beauty of the grounds. You’ll find a few inclines on this walk but the reward for the effort is seeing some wonderful parts of Tennyson country, the jewel of the Lincolnshire Wolds.