Lincolnshire is a county steeped in history that dates back to as early as the 6th Century. There isn’t a town or village that doesn’t have a fascinating story, and the same goes for the charming village of Great Limber that sits just a few miles from the Lincolnshire Wolds - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

First mentioned in the Doomsday Book, Great Limber is thought to have been around for approximately 2,000 years. A large part of the village is within a Conservation Area which contains 14 listed buildings, 37 positive buildings and an historic park. The village is part of the Brocklesby Estate which has been in the Pelham family since the Tudor period. The Mausoleum, close to the village on private land, is on the site of a Roman tumulus and is a Grade I listed monument of national importance.