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Family Activities

Adventure beckons

Take a look at all the family-friendly things to see and do in the area.

Ancaster Leisure

Onsite, within walking distance.

Based here within our grounds the team at Ancaster Leisure can make your stay even more thrilling. From archery to laser tag they will keep the whole family entertained for hours!

Call directly on 01400 230306 or visit their website for more details

Belton House

National Trust's Belton House, Lincolnshire, is a country estate with formal Italian and Dutch gardens, and historic deer park, located 1 mile away from our hotel. 

Open all year round there's something suitable for kids of all ages to enjoy while letting off steam at Belton. Head outdoors to complete some '50 things' challenges, explore the adventure playground or get creative in the Discovery Centre. Look out for our family events and activities too.

Visit their site for more information:

International Bomber Command Centre

Just 22 miles away from our hotel, The International Bomber Command Centre includes a 31 metre tall memorial spire, the UK’s tallest war memorial, and walls that feature the names of all those who lost their lives during the Second World War serving or supporting Bomber Command. There are also two peace gardens: one Lincolnshire and one International.

An educational interpretation centre with full visitor facilities includes a state of the art exhibition over three galleries telling the core themes of the project: Recognition, Remembrance and Reconciliation. The exhibition includes the first hand testimonies of those who survived.

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Twinlakes Park

Located 18 miles from Belton Woods, with over 70 acres of fun-filled play zones and rides for kids of all ages, this all weather theme park will appeal to everyone in the family.

Set in beautiful grounds, you could visit the Creep Critters zone, or go wild in the Excalibur Adventure Zone. Don't leave without seeing all the animals down on the farm, where kids get the chance to meet, feed and hold lots of animals. Remember to take a bathing costume and towel ready for the new Wet and Wild Zone with its lagoons and water slides!

Visit the Twinlakes Park website to find out more: