Byards Leap Lodge

East View, Byards Leap
Cranwell, Sleaford
Lincolnshire NG34 8EY
Telephone:01400 261 375
Mobile:07957 885 913

Car Parking
There is a large car park adjacent to the Country Kitchen & Lodge.

Transport Links
Ancaster train station: 3 miles Sleaford train station: 5 miles Grantham train station: 11 miles

This market town has a variety of things to offer visitors with many Pubs & Restaurants to choose from. Local attractions include Cranwell Aviation Centre and The Bubble Car Museum at Byards Leap.

Lincoln City has lots to offer visitors, with many shops and restaurants, along with its famous Cathedral situated in uphill Lincoln, it can be seen from 25 miles away, plus Lincoln Castle built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Lincoln is approx 15 miles

A traditional market town lying on the river Trent, it has the following places of interest a Museum that is housed in a Victorian warehouse, Newark Castle that is around 900 years old as well as the International Antiques & Collectors Fair. Newark and the A1 are approx 10 miles

Grantham has a museum and many shops for visitors to enjoy. Approx 6 miles from Grantham is Belvoir Castle the ancestral home of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland, Grantham is also the birthplace of Lady Thatcher. Grantham is approx 15 miles.

Location Map, Places to Visit & Local Attractions

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Byards Leap is situated just a couple of minutes away by car from the RAF Cranwell College. The RAF Heritage centre is a good walk away or just a few minutes by car. Also at Byards Leap we are situated on the Viking long distance footpath, this is ideal for ramblers, walkers and nature lovers alike.

Byards Leap is a 'jumbly' sort of place, with a Bubble Car Museum right next door and the Viking Way long-distance footpath on our doorstep. We are en-route for the East and Norfolk Coastlines, but still have our very own local attractions for all types of activities:

Bubble Car Museum - a collection of over fifty tiny "bubble cars", plus information, history and special events, commemorating the significant part that these vehicles played in English motoring history.

Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre - just a few minutes' drive away is this exciting collection of exhibitions, including photographs and archive film, which detail the fascinating history of the nearby RAF base.

Heart of Lincs In North Kesteven you will find attractions to suit every interest and places to eat to suit every taste. (As per their website)  The Viking Way - an 130-mile footpath, extending from the Humber Bridge to Oakham in Leicestershire, a stroll on which provides the perfect excuse to indulge in our Country Kitchen!

The Hub - Sleaford's new multimillion-pound arts and crafts centre, featuring exhibitions, workshops, gift shop and café. Woodland Waters - four individual fishing lakes: match lake stocked with mixed varieties, specimen lake, and two smaller lakes, popular with pleasure anglers.