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The village of West Stockwith lies in the midlands of England. It is a peaceful area with an abundanace of nature surrounding it. Within walking distance you will find the canal: home to a range of boats which you can watch bobbing on the water whilst sipping a drink from our on-site public house 'The Waterfront Inn'.
If you are wanting to get back into nature you will find many local cycling and walking routes nearby. Plus canalside fishing and many prime spots for catching a glimpse of the local wildlife.
For planning days out you may wish to consider any one of the attractions listed below.
For more information about any of these please visit their independent websites.
Misterton Swimming Pool - 1.5 miles
Grovewood Road, Misterton
20m Swimming Pool
Haxey Driving Range - 3 miles
Haxey Road, DN10 4BA
Par 70 Course with 9 greens and 18 tees
Our location: on the border of both Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, means we are within a good distance of some of the countries most historic cities and towns.
Gainsborough - 7 miles
Gainsborough is a town with a rich history and in the Anglo Saxon period it was one of the capital cities of Mercia. It is also home to 'Gainsborough Old Hall', a large 15th century timber framed medieval strong house and one of the best preserved manor houses in Britain. It's famous visitors have included King Richard III and King Henry VIII.
Epworth - 8 miles
Known as 'The Home of Methodism', Epworth is the small market town famous as the birthplace of John and Charles Wesley. The Old Rectory Church (along with the town as a whole) attracts hundreds of visitors from around the world each year tracing the history of the methodism movement.
The market town of Bawtry offers a quaint, relaxing shopping environment with everything from beauty treatments and restaurants to shoe shops and barbers. Just a few miles down the road you can find the village of Austerfield - the hometown of William Bradford, leader of the pilgrims who sailed on The Mayflower to the Americas, settling the first Plymouth colony.
Bawtry - 12 miles
Doncaster - 18 miles
Doncaster is a large town that boasts the biggest and best traditional market in the North with some 400 shops, stalls and stands. The town has also become famous for its array of stately homes and the Doncaser Racecourse -
Home of the St Leger.
Lincoln - 24 miles
Lincoln is a cathedral city and is site to the major landmarks of Lincoln Cathedral and Lincoln Castle. Every year it is also home to one of the largest Christmas markets in Europe, attracting up to 250,000 visitors over the four-day-event.
York - 54 miles
Rich in ancient history, romantic ambience and fun activities, York is the perfect destination for a day trip. Renowned for its exquisite architecture, tangle of quaint cobbled streets, iconic York Minster and wealth of visitor attractions.
As you can see there are attractions around 'whatever the weather'
However if you need to know whether to pack a brolly or suncream please check out the forecast below: