Park PlaceBoston, Lincolnshire
What is there to do nearby?
Park Place is situated on the outskirts of Boston – a popular market town and small port in rural Lincolnshire. Boston’s most notable landmark is St Botolph’s Church – often referred to as ‘The Stump’. It is said to be the largest parish church in England, with one of the tallest towers visible for miles around from the flat lands of Lincolnshire.
Where else can we explore?
The area is famous for its agricultural heritage and the food and packaging industry provides the majority of employment in the area. Boston is home to all the necessary essentials you may need such as a supermarket, a cinema, high street shops, a bowling club and a tennis club.
Need more choices?
But Boston’s real shining star is its easy access to the lovely Lincolnshire Wolds – an area of rolling countryside just outside Lincoln and pretty market towns such as Louth and Horncastle.
The coast is also a short drive away – with most people heading for the popular seaside resort of Skegness.
Park Place is situated approximately two miles from the centre of Boston, off the Sleaford Road. From the south, travel to Peterborough and pick up the A16. If you’re travelling from the north, pick up the A16 south from Grimsby. From the A1M, travel from the Newark junction, along the A15 or from Lincoln, via the A17.
Boston train station is just a 4-minute drive away!