Travelodge Gainsborough

With a town centre location, Gainsborough's Travelodge hotel is ideally located with easy access to all the essential amenities.

Treat yourself to some new belongings at the vibrant Marshall’s Yard shopping centre just a one minute walk away. A former iron works, it’s packed with 35 stores, a restaurant and a health club.

Discover the history of Gainsborough at Gainsborough Heritage Centre or step back in time as you wander around the historic Gainsborough Old Hall. If you prefer life in the fast lane, Market Rasen Racecourse is around 20 miles outside of town. Gainsborough Central station is less than half a mile away.

This new hotel features rooms each with a comfy king size Travelodge Dreamer™ bed complete with four plump pillows and a cosy duvet. Guests can enjoy a variety of food and drink choices within easy walking distance from this hotel.

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Attractions Nearby

Free, donations welcome

Gainsborough Heritage Centre

Museum

Explore the town’s significant industrial and domestic history.

Gainsborough Model Railway

Visitor Attraction

See one of the largest hand built model railways depicting the East Coast Main Line from Kings Cross to Leeds Central.

Free, donations welcome

Glentworth, St Michael

Church or religious building

St Michael's Church in the rural village of Glentworth in Lincolnshire is home to a remarkable Elizabethan memorial to the Wray family - influential supporters of the early Separatists.

The Great Hall at Gainsborough Old Hall

Adults from £9.60

Gainsborough Old Hall

Visitor Attraction

The Separatist congregation of local preacher John Smyth worshiped in secret in the Old Hall.

Old Nick Police Museum, Gainsborough

Museum

Victorian Police Museum and Magistrates' Court. Originally built in 1860. Dedicated to the history of Lincolnshire Police.

Price on application

Pilgrims and Prophets Tours

Driving Tour

Adrian Gray is a well known local historian. With an MA in history from Cambridge University, he is the author of more than twenty books including several titles on Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.

Select South West Tours

Driving Tour

Unforgettable private 5 day adventure across the UK tracing the journey of the Pilgrims who set sail on the Mayflower in 1620.

Free

St Lawrence, Snarford

Historic Site

St Lawrence Church, Snarford has a memorial to Frances Wray - supporter of the Puritan reformers in the early 17th century.

Thonock Park, Gainsborough

Park / Open Space

Thonock Park is the home of two stunning 18-hole courses with excellent clubhouse amenities

Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough

Theatre / Performance Venue

A unique picture house and theatre housed in a stunning grade II listed building offering a variety of performances and shows.

Free, donations welcome

United Reformed Church

Church or religious building

The United Reformed Church, Gainsborough dates back to the late 18th Century.

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