Bolingbroke Castle

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Bolingbroke Castle: The remains of a 13th-century hexagonal castle, birthplace in 1366 of the future King Henry IV, with adjacent earthworks. Besieged and taken by Cromwell's Parliamentarians in 1643.

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From the West: A158 to Skegness from Lincoln via Wragby and Horncastle. A few miles east of Horncastle, take the B1195 Spilsby Road, then turn right towards Old Bolingbroke at Winceby House (just past the famous battlefield).

From the East: A158 from Skegness to Partney, then A16 to Spilsby, where you turn right on the B1195 towards Horncastle. A few miles on, follow the sign left towards Old Bolingbroke.

From the North: A16 from Louth to Spilsby, then as above.

From the South: A16 from Boston via Sibsey and Stickney, turning West onto the A155 Coningsby Road at West Keal. Follow the brown castle sign to the right after a mile or so.


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Address: Bolingbroke Castle, Lincolnshire, UK
Phone: +44 1529 461499

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