One of Lincolnshire’s hidden gems.
Situated only 10 miles north 01′ Lincoln and easily accessible from most major routes and a choice of airports, you will leave the hustle and bustle behind as you approach the quiet village of Hemswell Cliff. During the Second World War this was the home of the RAF and the ‘Lancaster Bomber’ and Hemswell Court was built as a prestigious Officer’s Mess. Today, the Court still retains its grandeur through a characteristic Georgian-styled facade, an oppulent and luxuriously appointed interior and a particularly impressive collection of formal gardens and woodland.
As you approach Hemswell Court through its grand entrance and sweeping driveway you will immediately appreciate the unique spectacle offered by its landscaped gardens. Profuse planting of richly coloured borders is matched with carefully managed topiary. and the formal garden areas boast a huge range of rare woodland trees, shrubs and flowers. As you walk through the extensive grounds you will find carefully manicured lawns, contrasting with narrow paths and shaded woodland areas. For many, this setting is considered to be one of Lincolnshire’s hidden gems and the unique vistas provide the ideal backdrop for any photograph.