Things to Do & See

Things to do and see near New Farm Holidays

Discover an abundance of enriching experiences near New Farm Holidays with our comprehensive guide to the finest attractions and sights, as well as local pubs, restaurants and takeaways that will deliver to your tent or caravan.

Whether you’re seeking captivating landmarks, scenic landscapes, or delectable dining options, our “Things to Do & See” page is your go-to resource for an unforgettable adventure. Let us be your trusted companion as you explore the captivating wonders surrounding New Farm Holidays.

Places to Visit

Maud Foster
Windmill

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Discover one of the tallest operating windmills in the UK, the Maud Foster Windmill. Built in 1819, this seven-storey mill in Boston, Lincolnshire, offers visitors a glimpse into the traditional methods of grinding wheat into flour using wind power. The windmill also features a shop where freshly ground flour and other local produce are available for purchase. A visit here offers a unique blend of historical engineering and scenic beauty.

Freiston
Shore

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Venture into the expansive landscapes of The Wash at Freiston Shore, a prime birdwatching haven managed by the RSPB. This reserve boasts 8 km of trails across newly formed tidal saltmarshes and wet grasslands, ideal for observing waders, ducks, and raptors. The area is particularly vibrant in winter with sightings of Eiders and Red-breasted Mergansers offshore, and in spring, you might spot the playful antics of March Hares and Ringed Plovers.

Boston
History Tours

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Interested in uncovering the rich history of the beautiful town of Boston in Lincolnshire? Look no further! Boston History Tours offer guided tours every Wednesday and Sunday from the beginning of April through the end of September, providing fascinating insights into the town’s heritage.

Skegness Natureland
Seal Sanctuary

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Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Skegness Natureland, renowned for its rescue and rehabilitation of seal pups along the Lincolnshire coast. This family-friendly attraction offers a chance to observe seals, penguins, meerkats, and a vibrant butterfly house. Educational talks and feeding demonstrations provide insights into the lives of these fascinating creatures, making it a memorable visit for wildlife enthusiasts and families alike.

Tattershall
Farm Park

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Enjoy a fun-filled day out at Tattershall Farm Park, a delightful attraction for families and animal lovers. Located in the picturesque countryside of Lincolnshire, this farm park offers a range of activities, including animal encounters, outdoor play areas, and seasonal events. Whether you’re feeding the animals, exploring the adventure playgrounds, or simply enjoying the tranquil surroundings, Tattershall Farm Park promises a memorable experience for visitors of all ages.

Kinema
in the Woods

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Experience the magic of cinema at Kinema in the Woods, a charming movie theatre nestled amidst the woodlands of Lincolnshire. Offering a unique and nostalgic movie-going experience, Kinema in the Woods screens a diverse selection of films, from blockbusters to classics, in a historic setting dating back to 1922. With its picturesque surroundings and vintage charm, Kinema in the Woods promises an unforgettable outing for film enthusiasts and families alike.

Chapel
St Leonards

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Discover the charming coastal village of Chapel St. Leonards in Lincolnshire, a perfect retreat with its beautiful beaches and vibrant community spirit. This picturesque locale offers a variety of cafes, pubs, and shops alongside family-friendly attractions and walking paths. Whether it’s for relaxation or exploration, Chapel St. Leonards provides a delightful escape.

Tattershall
Castle

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Explore the stunning Tattershall Castle, a National Trust property nestled in the heart of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire. Immerse yourself in history as you wander through this medieval gem, offering picturesque views and intriguing tales. Open for visitors year-round, Tattershall Castle promises a memorable experience for history enthusiasts and families alike.

Gibraltar Point
Nature Reserve

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Embark on a nature-rich journey at Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve, stretching from Skegness to the Wash. This pristine area offers diverse habitats including sandy beaches, salt marshes, and dunes, making it a sanctuary for birds, especially during migratory seasons. With a visitor centre providing amenities and information, the reserve is ideal for birdwatching, nature walks, and enjoying the coastal landscape year-round.

Boston
Belle

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Set sail on a relaxing river or sea cruise with Boston Belle! Explore the beauty of the River Witham and all it has to offer, or venture out to sea for a refreshing day trip. Boston Belle’s cruises are perfect for a family outing, a group get-together, or a romantic escape. Their boats can hold up to 60 passengers and are fully licensed for catering, so you can enjoy a delicious meal or snacks while you take in the sights. For an extra special experience, consider chartering a boat for a private event.

Lincolnshire Aviation
Heritage Centre

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Dive into history at the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, the only UK location offering rides in a Lancaster Bomber. Located on a former WWII airfield, this museum provides an immersive glimpse into Bomber Command’s operations, featuring live taxiing of a Lancaster and Mosquito. The Centre also showcases static aircraft displays, informative exhibitions, and offers a variety of hands-on experiences for all ages, making it a must-visit for aviation enthusiasts.

Battle of Britain Flight Visitor Centre

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Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of the RAF’s Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) at the Visitor Centre in Coningsby. The centre, established in a unique partnership with Lincolnshire County Council, allows you to learn about iconic aircraft like the Lancaster, Spitfire, and Hurricane through guided tours. Explore the exhibition area, enjoy the onsite café, and delve into the stories of the men and women who flew these historic planes.

Visit Skegness

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Visit Lincolnshire

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Near to Campsite
Near to Caravan & Motorhome CL

We’ve complied a handy guide for pubs, restaurants, fish and chips – use the icons to find ones closest to your location

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Pubs & Restaurants

There are lots of pubs and restaurants in Boston, Skegness and the villages in between, these are the places where we have enjoyed eating.

The Barley Mow

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Sea Lane,
Friskney, PE22 8SD

tel: 01754 820883

Pub Restaurant 

Bricklayers Arms

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Bricklayers Arms, Wainfleet Road, Old Leake, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE22 9HT

tel: 01205 870657

Pub 

Red Lion Revesby

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Revesby, Boston,
Lincolnshire, PE22 7NU

tel: 01507 568665

Pub 

Red Lion Stickford

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Red Lion Inn,
Church Road,
Stickford, Boston,
Lincolnshire, PE22 8EP

tel: 01205 480395

Pub 

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Fish & Chips

You can’t beat fish and chips!

Old Leake Fish & Chips

Get Directions

Unit 3 Meadow Way,
Old Leake, Boston
PE22 9JT

tel: 01205 871460

Greyfriers Fish & Chips

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Horbling La Boston,
Horbling Ln, Stickney,
Boston PE22 8DG

tel: 01205 481 481

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Takeaways & Dining Out

Thai – Boston Spice

Good food housed in a beautiful historic building

14 South Street,
Boston, PE21 6HE

tel: 01205 360551

Indian – Bombay Brasserie

53 West Street,
Boston, PE21 8QN

tel: 01205 359944

Indian – Wrangle Spice

Our local takeaway – just a short walk

Church End, Wrangle,
Boston, PE22 9EH

tel: 01205 871777

Dennys

Visit Site

Mill Farm, Wrangle Bank, Wrangle PE22 9DT

tel: 01754 879339

Speedys

Get Directions

Stickney, Boston PE22
8AD

tel: 01205 332 488

Your location (for takeaway deliveries)

Pods & Camping; Ostler’s Wood, Folly Lane, Stickney, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE22 8BN

Caravan Site; New Farm Holidays, Common Road, Wrangle, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE22 9BY

What our customers say

Kelly B.
Kelly B.
2023-09-25
Liked: Absolutely everything!! It's one of the best camping places I've been to,I was worried that the kids would want a play area but they were all made up staying in an actual forrest,your own campfire and bench the wifi is amazing! It's jist got everything,the washing facilities were 👌,I honestly can't recommend this place enough an we will be going back next year. Disliked: The kids crying coz they wanted to stay
Caio Ribeiro
Caio Ribeiro
2023-09-22
Second time we stay at New Farm Holiday and it's simply amazing. Great value for money, clean facilities, privacy and nature all in one place! Carolyn is always available for anything you need.
Kelly C.
Kelly C.
2023-09-18
Liked: We arrived to those stunning woods late in the evening, had a little hiccup along the way with our tent and the owner was so helpful and kind! She sorted a pod for us and we ended up staying in that for our whole stay! It was nothing short of magical, relaxing and just so full of nature! Such a hidden gem, will be back again! Disliked: No complaints!
Iryna P.
Iryna P.
2023-09-17
Liked: Very nice and quite place. Close to Lincoln and sea side.
Seb A.
Seb A.
2023-09-11
Liked: Really quiet site, lovely views. Toilet and showers were really clean.
Jo F.
Jo F.
2023-09-03
Liked: The peacefulness of the campsite, lots of privacy as well as space to roam and explore with the kids. The toilet facilities were kept clean and tidy. Disliked: The only two things that would have made it better would have been a freezer to keep ice blocks cold and paper towels to dry hands in the toilet with the shower but these are very minor.
Anonymous
Anonymous
2023-08-31
Liked: Great accommodation, tent was clean cosy with all items listed on booking site. Easy to contact owners on issues that could arise but none did. Had a lovely short stay! Disliked: Pigeon in the tree above the tent liked an early start in the morning but expected that in a rural setting so none really!
Raymond C.
Raymond C.
2023-08-29
Liked: - Really lovely campsite in nice quiet and secluded area. - Not very busy so you get lots of space, we camped at the woodland area and there were only 4 other camping / glamming parties with us. - Camping pitches very nice with your own picnic table, campfire pit and matting area. Lots of space between pitches / sites. - Felt really nice being able to enjoy our BBQ and campfires as many sites now do not allow this. - Close to many nice attractions within about 40 mins drive. We’d highly recommend visiting the village of Horncastle, Woodhall Spa for walks and the Kinema in the Woods, which is very retro and unique, also very good value tickets and refreshments. Skegness is about 40 minutes away. - Toilet and shower facilities very nice and cleaned every day. Showers are powerful and have hot water. They also provide washing up liquid and sponges at the washing area. - The WI-FI is surprisingly for a campsite, really reliable and we had no problems with it during our stay. Disliked: - Folly Lane is the only access road into the camp site and the condition of the road is quite poor so you will need to drive slowly and carefully or risk damaging the car. - You have to park your car in the parking area and then wheelbarrow all your gear over to the camping pitch, which, although not that far away, if you have lots of gear like us then you have to make many trips. I think we did about 12 wheelbarrow trips. Fortunately when we set up camp and during unpacking, the weather was dry, however would dread to think what it would be like if it was rainy. Would be nice to have an option to drive up to the pitch, unload everything and then park back at the car park area.
Anonymous
Anonymous
2023-08-29
Liked: What a find! We loved our stay, so quiet and peaceful.
Karen K.
Karen K.
2023-08-26
Liked: Booked a pod for 3 nights for peace and nature . It was excellent in a beautiful location. So many butterflies and dragonflies around the wildlife pond in front of our pod . Listened to the owls at night sat around the campfire. Nice clean toilet and shower very close . Plenty of hot water available. Everything is spread out so plenty of space and very quiet. We will definitely be returning to this site . The double bed in the pod was very comfortable. Disliked: Nothing to dislike.

Download our Camping Location Map & Plan

We’ve created a lovely location map and a layout plan for you to download and use. They’re not exactly to scale – but we think you’ll find them practical and helpful.

New Farm Holidays Location Map and Plan in PDF format