Historic Grimsthorpe Castle with 3,000 acre park

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The house sits amid 3,000 acres of pastures, lakes and woodland
The house sits amid 3,000 acres of pastures, lakes and woodland

Grimsthorpe Castle, near Bourne in south Lincolnshire is set in a picturesque 3,000 acre park of pastures, lakes and woodland. The vast country estate has been home of the de Eresby family since 1516, and is currently owned by Jane Heathcote-Drummond- Willoughby, 28th Baroness Willoughby de Eresby.

Group activities include castle, park and garden tours, “How Grimsthorpe Works” – an allinclusive lecture and tour with meals, and garden study days.

Grimsthorpe Castle group admission prices range from £7.95 per person for a tour, to £26 per person for the full-day activities for groups of 15 plus. The admission charge is waived for group leaders of parties of 30 plus.

The new season starts on April 1 accompanied by special group offers for 2012. These include a castle and park tour with lunch for £14.99 per person and a castle and park tour with cream teas for £11.99 per person. Prices relate to pre-booked visits.

The castle also has an adventure playground, a shop and a tearoom on site.

For more information on special events, a full pricing guide and opening times visit www.grimsthorpe.co.uk