Brigg & Ancholme

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Nestled on the edge of the Ancholme Valley, the historic town of Brigg is must for some retail therapy. Historic streets and courtyards are home to amazing independent stores, boutiques, spas and popular food market. The Ancholme Valley is diverse and awe-inspiring with landscapes and wildlife suited to any cyclist, walker, budding photographer or nature lover to enjoy. Nearby you can find championship golf courses, beautiful open gardens and an award winning garden centre. With many quality attractions ready and waiting for you to visit, why not visit today?

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    Albert House, Brigg

    Large Victorian Grade II listed building in the town centre with many original features, high ceilings with original ceiling roses and wooden window shutters. Price Per Person Per Night: £45 to £52

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    Ancholme Valley Way

    The Ancholme Valley Way is a multi-user path that runs along the River Ancholme and will eventually link Brigg to South Ferriby. Along the pathway you can find information boards with lots of interesting facts about the Ancholme Valley and the River Ancholme: from history, common wildlife and nearby attractions. Work has started on the […]

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    Aviation Heritage

    Discover the area’s aviation heritage across eight former RAF sites. RAF Elsham Wolds The First World War airfield closed in June 1919 but as the Second World War beckoned a second site was needed and built to the west of the site. RAF Goxhill Goxhill airfield was used for storage by the RAF and MOD […]

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    Beldon House, Brigg

    Premier bed and breakfast near to Brigg town centre. All guest bedrooms are en-suite. Amazing bridal / long stay executive suite, also offers small meeting / function room. Ideal location for Lincolnshire Wolds, Humberside Airport and excellent golfing facilities. Price Per Room Per Night: £50 to £95

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    Black Bull (formerly Dexter's Alehouse & Kitchen in Brigg)

    The newly opened Black Bull has an amazing new look and serves a fantastic new draught range including local cask ales and craft beers! Black Bull’s team have enjoyed pulling together a eclectic range of wines and spirits including an extensive gin selection and the team have been doing lots of training to make sure your coffee and teas […]

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    Blink Bonny Bed & Breakfast, Kirmington

    Less than one mile from Humberside Airport with off airport parking available. Long term guests may use the fully equipped kitchen, washing machines and drying room. Set in a private location with a large lawned area to the front, Blink Bonny offers a friendly relaxed atmosphere. Price Per Room Per Night: £34 to £56

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    Brigg

    Brigg is definitely best for independent shopping and has one of the best farmers’ market in Lincolnshire. The snug courtyards and lanes have the sweetest shops. From finding those special one-off pieces to wedding attire Brigg has it all. With lots of places to stay and eat Brigg really is the quintessential market town. You […]

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    Brigg Farmers' Market

    This award winning market attracts visitors from far and wide all ready to sample the best of what North Lincolnshire has to offer. Fresh, local and superb quality can be found at the farmers’ market in Brigg. Seasonal fruit and flowers all grown and harvested in Lincolnshire. Locally reared and carefully butchered meats are available […]

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    Brigg Ghost Walks

    Hear tales of Cavaliers and Roundheads during the English Civil War, of John Wesley preaching to turbulent crowds and discover who haunts the room behind the balcony at The Angel. Organised by BASH, a local history group in Brigg.