A traditional freehold country pub, The Waggon and Horses in South Reston has offered a warm welcome to visitors from near and far for the past 130 years.
The current owners are Nigel and Jean and they continue this tradition. They are also expanding their hospitality by offering a wide range of facilities for their customers.
The Waggon and Horses has a wood panelled lounge bar that offers plenty of room for guests to relax and enjoy a drink. You can even enjoy your drink in front of the open fire on chilly days.
There is a pool table for more active visitors.
There is plenty of parking on the site.
After you park you can relax on one of their comfy sofas in their bright and airy conservatory to enjoy your drink.
They have a children's play area outside with picnic benches where the children can use up some of their energy.
Between the play area and conservatory there is a patio that features tables and seating. It is ideal for those warmer summer days and evenings.
The Waggon and Horses is smaller and quieter than other sites in the area. It is only 8 miles from the Lincolnshire coast.
Their caravan and camping area offers electric hook-ups, toilet and water facilities. They have a full restaurant in the pub, bar meals and a corner shop with all your needs available plus newspapers and magazines.
£7.50 per night + £2.50 per person â?? this includes the use of toilet and shower facilities
Caravan / Campervan / Motor home:
£10.50 per night + £3.00 per person â?? this includes electric hook-up and use of toilet and shower facilities
OUT AND ABOUT
The area of the Lincolnshire Wolds is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that features rolling chalk hills in the centre of Lincolnshire that stretch for 40 miles and rise to over 500 feet.
Lying at the eastern edge of the Wolds, Louth is a busy market town. Louth has a maze of narrow streets and predominantly Georgian and early-Victorian architecture. They have some notable historic buildings including the 15th century St. James Church whose 295 ft high spire, which is the tallest Anglican parish church spire in England, dominates the skyline.
The town of Lincoln has an outstanding cathedral that sits high on a hill overlooking miles and miles of countryside. There you will find fantastic Roman remains. Gates and walls surround the city and there are a number of museums and art galleries. You can visit the Bishop's Palace or walk slowly through Uphill's narrow cobbled streets that are laced with unique shops and then you can walk down to the city centre and pass buildings spanning over 800 years.
Holiday memories are made out of fun days at traditional family resorts. Skegness and Mablethrope have everything families expect from a perfect break by the sea, including golden sands, blue flag beaches, white knuckle rides and fun fairs.