A beautiful and historic town that boasts an expanding retail sector and an abundant variety of restaurants serving a multitude of different cuisines; Stamford may be small but it is proof that good things come in small packages. Home to Burghley House where the Burghley Horse Trials are held annually, as well as the All Saints Church which dates back to the 13th century, the Stamford Arts House and the Stamford Museum. Stamford is a haven for those interested in history or just looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of city life.
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With over 45 pubs in the town and the surrounding areas and with cuisines ranging from Chinese to British and Indian to Italian, there is more reason to visit Stamford than just for its historical remnants. Situated just to the East of the A1, Stamford is an ideal place to stretch your legs after a long drive on the motorway or to explore for a day or a long weekend. Whilst here, why not sample a selection of some of the exotic cuisines on offer or drop in to any of the superb gastropubs for a bite to eat.
With such a huge selection of places to eat in Stamford, why not explore everything that the town has to offer before deciding? If you’re feeling adventurous and want to dine outside of the town centre, why not check out what our other Lincolnshire areas have to offer, all under one roof.
Did you know? The first tomatoes to be grown in the UK were raised in the conservatory of the great 16th century pile Burghley House.