Visiting Boston

Whatever your reason for visiting Boston, you will find us ideally situated.


Park up, and leave the car whilst you discover the historic town of Boston. Visit the Marina, walk along the riverbank, marvel at the magnificent St Botolph’s Church and climb the tower for some wonderful views. Explore the windmill, educate yourself at the Guildhall Museum or indulge yourself at the shops or twice weekly market. Complete your day with a meal at one of Boston’s many restaurants or pubs offering a wide range of food and prices (Many of these have been personally tested on your behalf). – All within a short walking distance of Park Lea.


Visit the rivers and man-made drains for some of the best year round fishing in the country. Boston has numerous tackle shops where you can pick up some local knowledge and buy your bait – and once purchased you can store it in a fridge in our garage.

Driving Around

Discover the city of Lincoln to the North West or the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds to the North. To the South you will find the historic town of Spalding and just a little further, Kings Lynn and the North Norfolk Coast. But don’t forget Lincolnshire’s Coast – traditional Mablethorpe and Skegness and the quieter spots in between, or the tidal marshes of the Wash.

Bird Watching

A haven for bird watchers and all nature lovers. Park Lea is situated within 5 miles of 2 RSPB Nature Reserves, at Frampton and Freiston Shore, where many species of birds can be seen all year round.

On Two Wheels

Park Lea is situated on the Sustrans National Cycle Route Number 1 and many cyclists find a stay at our Guest House to be a convenient and comfortable stopping off point. We are happy to garage your bikes for you while you spend the evening relaxing.


Try the 10K walk along the banks of the wonderfully peaceful River Witham – of the slightly longer triangular walk that also takes in the Frith Bank and the Maud Foster Drains. Or from here if you are happy to walk 13K in total, you can walk to Cut End where the river meets the sea. (The route will take you past The Pilgrims Memorial near Fishtoft) If you are planning to go further a field, you will find us near the start of the popular Macmillan Way.

On Business

You are also very welcome here if your visit to Boston is for business rather than pleasure. We are happy to arrange your breakfast time to suit.

We're Closing

It is with regret to say, due to health issues, Elaine and Richard have closed and are in the process of selling the Guest House. For this reason, new bookings cannot be taken.