Houses in Lincolnshire and South Nottinghamshire

From the home of Sir Isaac Newton and a Victorian workhouse to a brick-built castle, a hall and mansion, there are plenty of places to explore in Lincolnshire and South Nottinghamshire.

Marble bust, Self'-portrait by Emmeline 'Nina' Mary Elizabeth Welby-Gregory, Mrs Henry John Cockayne-Cust (1867-1955)

Belton House

Discover more of this grand restoration mansion, often described as the perfect English country house, and how it was shaped by generations of the Brownlow family.

Man walking in the Gunby gardens

Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens

Home to the Massingberd family, the eighteenth-century house at Gunby is full of charm.

Visitors enjoying the sunshine in the picnic area

Tattershall Castle

A magnificent fifteenth-century brick castle saved for the nation by Lord Curzon.

front of The Workhouse in the summer with gardens and trees

The Workhouse, Southwell

The most complete workhouse still in existence, life inside this rural Nottinghamshire building was hard but not always as bleak as you might think.

Woolsthorpe Manor house in summer

Woolsthorpe Manor

This unassuming manor house was the birthplace and home of Sir Isaac Newton. Explore the place where many of his greatest works emerged.