Conveniently situated between the historic market town of Boston and the ever-popular coastal attractions of Skegness, The Beonna's rural setting is part of the Fens National Character Area, known as 'The Holy Land of the English' for its unrivalled numbers of medieval monasteries, cathedrals and churches.
Walkers and cyclists will be awe-inspired by South Lincolnshire's open panoramas and enormous skies while families and day-trippers can enjoy nearby nature reserves, the seaside resort of Skegness and a number of visitor and tourist attractions situated just a short drive away.
Church-crawlers will be interested in the very characteristic Fenland architecture visible in The Beonna and shared by the neighbouring Grade I listed churches of St Andrew's Butterwick (13th-century), St James Freiston (founded from Crowland Abbey as a Benedictine priory), St Helen at Leverton (14th-century), Old Leake's St Mary (12th-16th century), and St Mary and St Nicholas in Wrangle (14th-century).
The Beonna also looks forward to welcoming visitors for annual regional and national events including Heritage Open Days, the Holland Places of Worship Festival, the South Lincolnshire Walking Festival and Ride & Stride. See our calendar of events for more information.