The town of Boston dates back to 645 AD and was originally a settlement believed to be named from a contraction of Bolstoph's town, Bolstoph being a Saxon Monk who became St Boltoph.
Located a few hours drive away from London, Cambridge, Peterborough and Birmingham the town of Boston in Linconshire is a perfect choice for a weekend get away.
For many visitors the town's architecture is the star attraction, staying in a chain hotel is simply unpalatable. That is why we feel that staying in a small family run bed and breakfast is ideal, original architecture and a warm welcome that only a small bed and breakfast can provide.
You can find a massive number of B&Bs in the Boston area on Google but here are some of our favourites.
The Boston Lodge is located in a little village called Swineshead Bridge just outside Boston. Ideal as a base for sightseeing between the Linconshire Wolds and Fens as well as Liscoln and its world famous Cathedral. The Lodge has been recently refurbished giving it a wonderful, comfortable decor housing ten en-suite rooms. Run by Patrick and Hazel Crawley the Boston Lodge is one of the best b and b options in Boston Lincs.
The Bramley house has ten bedrooms housed in a beautifully restored Victorian farmhouse. Located less than a mile and a half from the Boston train station The Bramley House prides itself on location. It is less than 10 minutes drive from Princess Royal Sports Arena; Boston Tennis Club; Boston Squash Club; Boston West Golf Course; Boston Rugby Club and Boston Rowing Club. Truly the best choice for a city break in Boston.