Lincolnshire Bomber County
Monday 12th August 2024 to Friday 16th August 2024
During World War II, Lincolnshire became known as “Bomber County” due to the fact that it was home to a large number of airfields – 49, to be exact, which was more than any other county in England. The average distance between these airfields was 7.5 miles, with bomber stations typically taking up approximately 700 acres. The county was at the forefront of the allied air offensive and was home to 1 Group and 5 Group of the Bomber Command of the Royal Air Force.
The Barn Hotel & Spa. Toll Bar Road, Marston, GRANTHAM NG32 2HT. 01400 250909
Welcome to The Barn, where rustic charm intertwines with remarkable hospitality. Savour the beauty of the surroundings and experience the true essence of the hotel. Nestled amidst the enchanting countryside of Grantham, in the heart of England. Comfortable and tastefully decorated rooms, atmospheric restaurant, contemporary bar, inviting lounge, and Health Club are at your disposal.
Included in Holiday
- Four nights Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
- International Bomber Command Centre & Lincoln
- Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre
- BBMF Visitor Centre Coningsby
- Other Aviation attractions to be confirmed
- All admissions and Coach Travel
Single Supplement £80