Places to visit during your stay at Y-NOT Guest House
Bed and Breakfast in Boston, Lincolnshire
Places of interest
Only a snap shot of some of things to do in the area are listed here:
- All things Boston - Boston.gov
- Sustrans | Cyclists - Close by are a variety of cycle routes
- Boston Woods Trust
- Macmillan Way - Walking in Lincolnshire
- Enjoy fishing? - fishing rivers and ponds are close by
- Spot of tennis? - head down to Boston Tennis Club
- Athletics and other sports - Princess Royal Sport Arena
- Mayflower Sports Centre - County Pool Club
- Relax out on 1 of Bostons’ 3 Golf courses
- Boston Golf Club, Boston West Golf Course, Kirton Holme Golf Course
- RSPB Reserves
- GB Rowing Trials
- We'll Meet Again WW2 Museum
- Boston Lincolnshire Facts and History
- Boston Rowing Club
- Bubble Car Museum
- Horse riding in Lincolnshire
Handy telephone numbers
- Abbey Taxis 01205 353333
Boston GP Out of Hours Service dial 111
Catch the train from Boston direct to Skegness Railway Station - 19.2 miles
Catch the landmarks whilst you're there:
Also here you can check out Trip Advisor's Top Ten Best Parks & Nature Reserves in Lincolnshire
- Not only is our bed and breakfast on a river bank it is also close to many other delightful fishing spots including Westwood Lakes.
Learn more about the area
At the Y-not guest house, we are a short walk from the Boston Train and Coach stations. It takes about 5- 10- minutes to walk to either station. The b and b is a 10 - 15 minute walk into the town centre. A 5 minute journey by car. There are taxis at all the terminals.
You can walk from the b&b to a local paper shop, a butchers and a co-op on Argyle Street and a 24hr Asda store. These are only a 5 minute walk from the Y-NOT Guest House. We are on a quiet road next to the 40 foot drain where there is a good fishing facilities on the North Forty Foot Bank.
The b and b is only a 5 minute walk from the Peter Paine sports club situated on Roseberry Avenue. Here there are badminton courts, Football, Hockey and Cricket pitches. Squash courts, aerobics classes, and a pool club where they hold the county tournaments. This is also a popular place for social events. Birthday Parties, Christenings & Wedding Receptions. Further down the road from the bed and breakfast, A 5 mins car journey we have the Princess Royal Arena. Here you will find Athletic tracks and Gym facilities and a Swimming Pool and the Boston Rugby Club.
We have many restaurants and cafes in the town centre all types of cuisine for you to choose from. We have tried most of them, so we can advise on our personnel choice. We have a fantastic theatre called Blackfriars this is a favourite of ours and we have Artists and Performers who come and stay from the various productions. Also guests who travel to see particular performances. Along Sleaford Road we have the Tennis club which is about a 10 minute walk from Y-Not bed and breakfast.
Y-not Guest house or b and b is only a 10 minute walk from the Boston Rowing club where we see many Rowers competing for the different events like GB trials, Boston to Lincoln boat race. It is a pleasant walk or cycle along the river bank along the Witham Way. You have fine restaurants near the sluice bridge and at Anton’s Gowt if you wish to stop and rest a while.
We are only a 10 minute walk from the cycle path and we get many cyclists doing the Sus-Trans Way.
Along the route out of town we have the RSPB reserves at Frampton Marsh and at Frieston Shore which attract many visitors to the area.
At the marina there is a Boat called the Boston Belle which does river or sea trips and special trips along the river for bird watching enthusiasts. This is organised by the RSPB at Frampton Marsh. There is a cafe at the terminal which serves traditional food. This is only a 10 minute walk from the b and b. Your car can be left at the B&B whilst you go and have a day out on the boat. Or visit the town for a day sight seeing and shopping.
Around the town centre we have many shops and historical places to visit.
Guided Walks around the town showing the history as you go are available. Via email@example.com or phone 07717267265 Wed & Sun.
We have the woodlands trust walks only a 5 minute walk from the Y-NOT b and b where you can watch the Birds and enjoy the countryside.
Close by to the B&B we have 3 Golf courses.
You can visit Frampton RSPB, 5 miles by car and have a wonderful day, with lots of people spotting all the different species of birds and wildlife. If you just want a pleasant walk it is a peaceful place to visit. You can get a hot drink and a light snack on site.
24 miles from Boston and the Y-Not Bed and Breakfast is Skegness our famous seaside town, where a pleasant day can be spent where there is something for everyone to enjoy.
16 miles away from y-not guest house we have the home of the Dam busters at Woodhall Spa and the Battle of Britain Museum at Coningsby.The same distance of 16 miles at East Kirkby we have the Aviation Museum where the Lancaster is based. Lots of wonderful history to be explored.
The B and B is only 3 miles from the Pilgrim Hospital.
The historical site of the Pilgrim Fathers Memorial, about 6 miles is in the village of Fishtoft, and the cells in the Guild Hall, in Boston Town Centre, where the Pilgrim Fathers were Held Prisoners.
Our amazing church known as the Boston Stump is certainly a place to visit, and on a clear day climb the steps to see the countryside for miles. You can see Lincoln which is 36 miles away. Many people think it is a cathedral but it is only a church but the largest in the country.
At the Y-NOT guest house we provide a "home from home" atmosphere and are very relaxed giving our guests a stocked welcome fridge and the use of a kitchen, where you can prepare your own dinners and evening meals if you wish too. The b&b also provides a washing machine (chargeable as an extra] and drying facilities for those who are walking and cycling where luggage is kept to a minimum. Nothing is too much trouble at this b and b. We provide everything that you need for your stay at the y-not guest house. If there is anything special that you require please ask and we always try to accommodate.
We hope that this has helped you to see what Boston has to offer and look forward to you coming and seeing for yourself what a wonderful Town we have, called Boston in the county of Lincolnshire.
Margaret and Peter