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Follow the transformation

A really exciting opportunity has arisen for us to totally refurbish and renovate one of the original brochure park home properties here on The Elms. Back in 1987 12a Birch Grove, a large 42 by 20 foot park home, was sited on The Elms for residents Mr and Mrs Finn.

Situated on a superb plot adjacent to the lake with stunning views and a prime end plot location with a garage, this property was used to feature in our brochures back in the late 1980’s. Oh how times have changed…

Mr and Mrs Finn loved their new park home and took great pride in its appearance. Unfortunately, not long after they moved in to their new home, Mr Finn passed away. Mrs Finn however, embraced life and became quite a character here on The Elms riding around on her three-wheeler bicycle and coming up to the office just for a kiss from John Kinch! She swore this is the reason she moved here! Mrs Finn went on to enjoy many happy years here at the Elms until she sadly passed away in December last year, having been a resident here for nearly 30 years!

Due to progressing ill health in her later years, the property has had little maintenance work carried out on it, so when the opportunity arose for us to purchase the property back, we decided it was perfect for us to take it under our wing and inject some life back into this property on such a prime plot. We decided to write blog posts about its progress to show you how an older park home, that some may think is near to the end of its life, can actually have a new lease of life injected back into it and look just as good as new.

A few pictures of what the property looks like now…

Track progress of this renovation project as we go through each stage and see the exciting developments that will take place as we transform this 1987 property into 21st century living.

Work has already started to clear the garden area… what a difference already I think you’ll agree! Here’s some before and after shots.


When the renovations are finished this prime park home property will come on the market for sale, so watch this space.

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Bridging The Generation Gap – How Society Has Evolved

Are we having children later in life now as compared to before?

Why are divorce rates at an all time high?

And we how have the norms and values of society changed from the baby boomers to the millenials.

There’s been a huge shift in culture and everyday life from the baby bloomer generation to the millennial generation – this isn’t just an opinion but fact! However, the question is – are these changes necessarily for the good? This article looks at what has changed between the generations and whether our lives are different as a result.

I think we can all agree that whatever circles we engage with, you must have heard the expression ‘times have changed’…. This can be in reference to many situations, but when it comes to comparing and contrasting generation habits – this expression has never been more pertinent. And if you are of the baby boomer generation, you’ve seen society change and shaped differently overtime. So when it comes to everyday life and choices, have we lost our way? Or are we simply becoming smarter in the way we approach life?

Bridging The Generation Gap

With divorce rates at an all time high, and couples choosing to have kids later in life or not even at all, there have been some fundamental shifts in the way we do things now, as compared to years gone by.

The baby bloomer generation commenced in 1946 where there were 3.4 million babies born in that year alone! This trend continued till 1964, but by then, there were almost 77 million ‘baby boomers’ across the USA – and at the time, they made up almost 40% of the population.

There are many theories that exist as to why this baby boom emerged but the overriding feeling was that after the war, people were more optimistic about the future and so looked forward to having and raising children in a more prosperous time.

Baby Bloomers Enjoying Life

If we fast forward the clock to the modern day, the trend is completely the opposite, and couples are more inclined to have children later in life or not even at all! Could this be because we are far less optimistic about the future? And as a result, is this a sign of the times we live in? In the baby bloomer generation, marriage and children were what people aspired to obtain in life. But have our expectations grown? Or are we choosing to break the mould?

Here are some of the major cultural changes that have changed since the baby bloomer era….

Women having kids later in life:   

Latest figures show that the average age for first time mothers is 26 or older. This is much later than the baby bloomer age and really puts into perspective that women are indeed willing to wait for the right moment to have children… but why the wait? Many women state that it is expensive in the modern day to have and raise children. And would prefer to do so once their careers are stable.

In the baby boomer era, women were encouraged to come out of working life in exchange for raising their children and focusing on family life, but this was in a time where the cost of living was lower and it was feasible to live a comfortable life from one income provider.

Divorce rates are much higher in the modern era:

With divorce rates at an all time high, the latest trends suggest that divorce rates have plummeted severely since the 1960s. Again, in the baby boomer era, divorce rates were very low which gives more of an insight into the thought process back then. And there will be many debates as to why divorce rates have increased, but the fact remains that when you talk about a shift in culture and bridging the generation gap, you cant help but talk about why divorce rates are much higher within this generation.

Cost of living is much higher:

As we alluded to before, the cost of living between the two generations has significantly increased, and most likely could be one of the underlying reasons as to why our thinking has changed. With increased pressures of everyday life, people may not have the expendable income they once had. And it makes people think twice about having children.

As society has gone through many changes over the past 50 years, its brought about an air of change that may not necessarily have changed for the worse. Things are moving at a faster pace now and the conventions that existed before are slowly not becoming the norm for people in this day and age. Families, marriage and kids were the desired goal for many people of the baby boomer generation. However, in the modern day, it hasn’t become much of a priority. With divorce rates going through the roof, are we learning from the mistakes of society and avoiding them? Or are we simply losing our way with traditional values? Whatever the answer maybe, things have certainly changed – for better or for worse, you decide!

The Elms is an independent retirement village, for those who seek to live in a retirement community aimed at those of 50 years or older. If you’d like to learn more about The Elms, feel free to request a brochure below –

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Exercises Tips for Over 50s | Making Exercise Fun!

In an age where there seems to be a gym or leisure centre on every corner, keeping fit and healthy seems to be a popular trend amongst society at the moment, especially in the social media age. However, the purpose for maintaining good health and being active has always been important in any time period, especially as we get older. Regular exercise and fitness not only contributes to an overall feeling of wellbeing, but can also control the effects medical ailments like blood pressure, cholesterol, stress and much more. However, the thought of exercise can be a daunting prospect for many. The thought of going to a gym can be quite intimidating. However, the secret is to make exercise fun – by doing something that you enjoy and can work up a sweat as a result. Here at The Elms, we’ve put together a list of activities that you can engage in, that doesn’t require a gym membership!


Walking in Lincolnshire

Sounds simple enough but walking remains one of the most effective forms of exercise and is probably the easiest way to ease yourself into exercise in general if its something you haven’t done in a while. Start slow and build it up, especially if its something you potentially struggle with. Walking 5-10 minutes a day is a great way to start. This may be walking around town doing shopping or just generally walking out in pleasant surroundings.


Tai Chi at The Elms

Yoga is an excellent form of exercise for both the mind and body. There are many different levels of yoga that you can engage in. But its something which you can do in the comfort of your own home. Have a look below at where to start with Yoga, especially if it’s something you’ve never done before.

Ballroom Dancing

Living The Senior Independent Life

Grab a partner and head onto the dance floor! Any form of dancing is fantastic exercise and fun for all involved. It might be that you used to ballroom dance many years ago, or you may not have done it all, but it’s a really fun form of exercise that you can engage with on a regular basis. It’ll definitely be worth looking into local classes or events in your local area.


Living willow arbour at The Elms

Now here’s something practical and a good way to stay active – gardening! Not only would you be doing something for the appeal of your home, but it’s also a great way of staying active. Gardening maybe something that could hinder a particular ailment. However, even doing things like watering the plants, mowing the lawn or painting the fence help in keeping you active!

Sports Clubs

Croquet Club in Torksey

Sports like Croquet, bowls, and golf are low intensity sports that help to keep you active and channel your focus. Here at The Elms for example, there is a local croquet club that many of our residents are apart of. There is also a local walking club that get together a few times per week.

Exercise doesn’t have to be about pounding the weights and running all day on the treadmill, but more something that we can enjoy and not be intimidated by. This is especially true the more we age, as its vital that we look after ourselves to ensure we maintain our independence. The secret to maintaining a consistent approach to exercise is to find something you enjoy doing…. And keep doing it!

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Family Day Out in Lincolnshire

Looking for a family day out in Lincolnshire? When visiting Lincolnshire, there is much to do in this picturesque and historical location. Here at The Elms, we have compiled the top 6 must visit historical attractions that can be seen within the beautiful city of Lincoln. They vary from historical churches to the best historical restaurants in Lincoln City, but they are something the whole family can enjoy on a day out.


Lincoln Cathedral

Lincoln Cathedral stood for almost 300 years as the tallest building in the world. The cathedral is filled with intricate detail varying from Norman styling in the age of William conqueror, all the way to gothic style detailing. The Cathedral is covered in fine carvings and detailing.

Lincoln Cathedral also benefits from having one of the only original four remaining Magna Carte documents in existence. It is the only one to bear the name of the city.


Lincoln Castle

While visiting Lincoln Cathedral, why not visit the magnificent Lincoln Castle at the same time. Located a short walk from the Cathedral they make the ideal pair of attractions.

Why not take a walk along the medieval wall and get magnificent views over Lincolnshire, then visit the Victorian Prison located within the grounds and immerse yourselves in the life and routine of Victorian prisoners.


Doddington Hall & Gardens

The historical hall and gardens of Doddington offers an experience of family living through the ages. Doddington Hall was built in 1600 and has never been sold.

The estate is currently open to the public, with group tours, private tours and school tours proving to be very popular. Guided tours are also available for those wishing to gain even more in depth knowledge about the property and the surrounding grounds.


Medieval Bishops Palace

Located almost in the shadow of the hugely popular Lincoln Cathedral. The Bishops palace has views over the historical parts of Lincoln city and the countryside surrounding.

The palace was once one of the most important buildings in England. It was the administrative centre of the largest diocese in medieval England. The palace also benefits from the beautiful palace gardens that are ideal to relax in and enjoy some peace and tranquillity.


Jew’s House

The Jews House is located in one of the oldest building in Lincoln. The Jews restaurant offers the finest food served by the friendliest staff, in a relaxing and warming atmosphere.

The Jews house is renowned for its excellent quality food cooked by Chef Gavin Aitkenhead and service, provided by Samantha tonkins and her service team.

Be warned you will need to pre book a table at this extremely popular Lincoln restaurant.


St Mary Magdalene

The St Mary Magdalene church was built in 1317, over what was previously an older church, which was knocked down during the extension of Lincoln Cathedral. The church was also designed with a barrel roof, which has proved to be very popular with visitors and is a great feat of engineering.

The church holds regular services, in which all visitors are welcome. Regular concerts are also held at the venue, throughout the year.

To conclude, here at the Elms we are not one of the top 6 historical sites in Lincoln although we have been around for over 40 years now. Not quite the length of time as some of these magnificent attractions that can be found in nearby Lincoln. But if you want to find out more about us, enquire today or even come and visit us.


July Open Day

Come and visit us on our second Open Day of this year on Saturday 15th July. Open Days are a fantastic opportunity to enjoy a few hours taking a stroll around The Elms to see for yourself what a move to this award winning park home village could mean for you. Refreshments will be available throughout the day along with family and staff to make sure all your questions are answered. All of the homes we have for sale will be open along with our show homes, so this is a great opportunity to see what is on offer. Make sure you allow enough time to take a stroll along the woodland walk, the 10 acres of parkland and enjoy the lock side views. No appointment is needed, just call at the office on the day to collect your welcome pack and guide to the Park. We will be open from 9am and closing at 5pm. We look forward to welcoming you!

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Is Over 55 Living Tough in The Modern Age?

Are you over 55 and worried about your finances or what the future may hold? A recent study shows that more than 60% of over 55’s worry about their finances and getting through to retirement with very minimal financial worries. And in the modern day, this figure continues to grow. With the cost of living in general going up and life just moving at a much faster rate, this is no surprise….

So what are the solutions?

Here at The Elms, we’ve put together an exclusive retirement park / village, where over 50s can reside and see out their retirement and beyond in dedicated retirement homes. Most of the residents had the notion and vision that they could clear up their finances by selling their home and freeing up equity by moving into a retirement property here at The Elms and enjoy park home living.

So is one possible solution to downgrade the size of your existing home?

Many of our residents have done exactly this, and are now living comfortably within the confines of a retirement village. This is an excellent way to really invest in your future and free up equity.

With house prices at an all time high here in the UK, many people in general are downgrading the size of their home to save money. This is why there has been a boost in sales over the last decade for people choosing to purchase and live in a dedicated retirement village. Here at The Elms, we have over 339 properties that are classified as retirement properties, where people over the age of 50 can purchase a home, just as normal, but here you will be moving into a retirement community – where you will be surrounded by other people over the age of 50. This is by no means a care home, but a village where over 50s can reside. It doesn’t matter whether you’re retired or not, if your over 50, then you meet the requirements to purchase a retirement property here at The Elms.

But what can buying a retirement property achieve?

So whilst you think that life over 55 is quite a daunting prospect, here at The Elms we offer a viable solution for you to free up any equity you have on your existing home, and possibly even live mortgage free!

Just like one of our residents Sally Young –

So with Sally’s story in mind, if you’re concerned with over 55 living, then here at The Elms we can offer a huge way to lift that weight.

Get in touch with us today to see some of our Available Properties. Or click below to request a free brochure.

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Remembering John Kinch

3 October 1929 – 14 November 2016

“I didn’t want to follow other people’s footsteps. I wanted to make my own tread in the snow.”

John Kinch certainly did make his own tread with spectacular freedom from the usual petty rules and conventions which bind and limit so many of us. He believed in himself and stayed true to himself throughout his entire life. He was a man of honour, integrity, of truth and of trust. A man with love and kindness in his huge heart and courage in his soul. He was a husband, father, grandfather, fighter, farmer, miner, boxer, businessman, builder, singer, inventor… and, above all… inspiration.

Here we pay tribute to his life and share the history of John Kinch and how his vision and dedication created The Elms as it is today – a retirement dream for the over 50’s, where so many live happily with peace, tranquillity and security.


John was born in Kington Hospital at 3.20am on 3rd October 1929 into a family of first-generation farmers. He went home to Byton Farm, North Herefordshire, where he grew into a much loved child.

Like many farming children of the time, he was given responsibility from a very young age. As a four year old he was bottle feeding the tiddling lambs which had been rejected by their mothers. When he wasn’t much older, John fulfilled the role of cider carrier for the men working in the fields which of course led to him helping himself to a good drink of his own!

As he grew, John really disliked school. Until he was 10 years old, he walked daily to the local school, but he saw no point in learning about history and such things when all he wanted to do was get home and drive the tractor, which he did from the age of 12. Moving on from the local school, he travelled three and a half miles on his bicycle every day to the top school in Presteigne, where he seized every opportunity to play truant! So when he was 12 he went to Lucton, a prestigious boarding school about ten miles from his home, where, in those days, the dormitories were so cold that any condensation on the children’s blankets froze them. John was frequently and severely ill, and when he finally left school and returned to the farm aged 15 and a half, it took months of good care before he regained his health.

John was never a strong child and, indeed, during his early years, he had to put up with unwanted attention from some pretty serious bullies. But when he moved into his teenage years, John spent many hours building up his strength and made sure he dealt with his bullies and those who bullied others – a natural protector.

When his schooling ended, John threw himself into work with a dedication, drive and enthusiasm which was to stay with him for the whole of his life. He was the farm’s tractor driver, working from dawn to dusk and beyond. For John, work was something to be taken to the highest possible levels of achievement and he never expected others to do anything that he would be unwilling to do himself. Despite his protestations that he was a poor scholar, John had a razor sharp brain with a massive and incisive intelligence which allowed him to expand his business interests into a large and hugely successful series of enterprises. He wasn’t afraid to try something new, venturing from farming into property, transport and even into the ownership of a tin mine in Cornwall which he turned into a valued educational and tourist facility. In each area of his work he found ways to improve quality, yield and outcome. Woe betide anyone who tried to pull the wool over his eyes when it came to doing a job properly, because he could literally see when something was a millimetre out of true.


His drive to achieve the very best standards meant all those who dealt with him could rest assured that he would look after them as he would look after his own. He had the ability to stand back and see solutions where other people may not even be aware of a problem. He was a man of soaring integrity who said that aiming to be the best didn’t mean being better than anyone else.

Working as hard as he did, and having to provide for a growing family, meant that John didn’t have much free time, but when he did he used it well. Not only was he a darts champion, but also a professional boxer. John was also a talented and classically trained singer and did in fact turn down a job with the D’Oyly Carte Opera Company.

John’s business empire continued to expand until the 1970’s when, at the age of 48 and through no fault of his own, John was faced with the disastrous loss of much of what he had worked so hard to achieve. But John, unlike many others would have done, picked himself up and went down the mines, where he stayed until he was 53. Although the work in the pit was hard, he added to his own challenges by setting out to rebuild what he had lost, by purchasing The Elms. Using all his strength and working 18 hours a day, John moved between the mine and The Elms, building back up his family’s fortunes. Failure simply did not exist as a possibility in John’s mind.


John had a vision to turn what was then a holiday caravan park into the award winning residential park for the over 50’s that it is today. All the children played their role in helping out over the holidays and weekends but none more so than Stuart, the youngest child who is now Managing Director.

The Elms meant a great deal to John and he really dedicated himself to making what he thought was the best park home park. He undertook research in America on park homes and in true John Kinch style built his own specification park home, not choosing to simply buy an ‘off the shelf’ model but upgrading each and every aspect to create something unique and of a superior standard. He was awarded runner up in the Park Owner of the Year awards in 2005 and won the Bronze accolade for the Elms in the David Bellamy Conservation Award which has now been succeeded to Silver.

During his years John had the great blessing of knowing the enduring love of two beautiful and wonderful women. He met Joy when she was a child, living at Manor Farm, which John’s family had taken on. They both got on well and as time went on, they came together and were married in 1957 and had four children, Ann, Johnny, Tracey and Stuart. When the marriage reached its natural conclusion, John and Joy were able to remain friends.

Later, John was fortunate to meet Marion, a very special lady who had arrived from Canada and was travelling with a friend. After many missed encounters, it was apparent that this was a match that was meant to be; they married and were blessed with the birth of their Son, Sam.


When the time came to say our farewells to John, his efforts and love shone through with an overwhelming amount of people at the church. Many residents of The Elms, along with colleagues, family and friends came to pay their respects. He was a credit to the industry and a beacon of intention for how things should be done. He touched so many people’s lives, giving willingly and without any expectation of reward. Kind and generous, decent and honourable, he helped to change many lives for the better and he will be remembered always.

Exerts taken from his Eulogy, written by Jackie Brockway.

John Kinch - founder of The Elms

The Elms – Far From a Retirement Home!

Ever wondered what Retirement Home Living is all about? Well here at The Elms, we can’t really give you the answer to that! The simple answer as to why is because The Elms is not a retirement home! We are a dedicated retirement village – where over 50s can live independently and purchase a home just like any other. What makes us different is that we have simply set up a retirement village for people over 50 years old – which is far from the traditional retirement home philosophy!

And this is the story of how The Elms has come to be….

Back in the 1970’s, the Kinch Group acquired a portion of land in Lincolnshire with the vision of building homes on this plot to be sold independently. The vision was then refined, with the intent of making this space a dedicated retirement community, where homes are sold to those over 50 years old – not the traditional retirement home living type property, but an actual property that you completely own. And live independently through.

From the 80s to today!

And with this in mind… The Elms was born…

The idea was never to build a retirement home where senior people could simply see out the remaining years of their life. The plan was to build independent homes where those over 50 could purchase the homes and be amongst like-minded people. This is why the Torksey Lock area was chosen as the destination area, as it has easy access to the things that we need within everyday life, and is located in a peaceful Lincolnshire location.

Amazing transformation at the park

And this is why our properties are in such high demand…

At the moment, we are at capacity with our properties in terms of plots. So there is no space now to purchase any plots. However, properties do become readily available and you can also check local property sites to see which of the properties the residents have listed for sale. Click to view our Available Properties.

The Elms through the years

So why do people choose to move to a dedicated retirement area…

So lets confirm, we are not a retirement home and residents here at The Elms do not live the quote ‘retirement home living’ lifestyle.

When our residents moved here, it was with the intention to enjoy the more active years of their life. Not to simply let life slip them by. The concept of a dedicated retired area is not a new one.

However, it is one that is now quickly becoming an option for many people over 50 and retirees in general. As financially, this can be an excellent chance for you to free up some equity and really enjoy these stages of your life.

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Curious About Living in a Retirement Home?

So if by now you’ve been brought into the independent way of living and are willing to look beyond the Retirement Home Living mentality, then get in touch with us today.

If you’re curious on what our homes look like, then we can send you a free brochure through the post. Click here to Request a Brochure.

Or Call us on 01427 718 243 if you have any specific questions or queries.

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Retirement Loneliness: Are Retirement Villages The Answer to Combat Retirement Isolation?

The thought of Retirement Loneliness can be a very scary but realistic prospect for many. And lets face it; no one wants to live in a care home. But a novel concept that has been in the UK for many years now is gaining much traction. So are Park Homes and Retirement Villages and truly the better alternative to care homes?

Are dedicated Retirement Villages the answer to the retirement loneliness epidemic?

The idea of a dedicated retirement village was brought to the marketplace through the momentum it gained in the USA. And it’s widely becoming a popular choice for many over 50’s here in the UK, as it isn’t necessarily the elderly who can benefit from such places.

Croquet Club in Torksey Tai Chi at The Elms Red Hatters

But lets think about the typical journey that people take to retirement in the first place. Well, having spent most of your life working, it seems as though people often look forward to the day they retire, as this can be the start of that path to freedom you dreamt of. However, many people are further saving their equity by investing in dedicated retirement properties….

But you maybe thinking well how do these dedicated retirement places combat retirement loneliness? Well, its often stated that people suffer from depression as a result of going from working all their lives, to then ultimately having time to yourself, and not knowing what to do with it.

It can be quite sobering when all those around you are getting on with their lives in a world that is rapidly changing and evolving. The good news is however, that you too can make a change for the better. And not even experience what retirement loneliness feels like.

Combating Retirement Loneliness  Living Independently For Seniors John's Woodland Opening

The main thing that people struggle with is trying to find a routine to follow on a daily basis. It’s hard to go from working full time to then retiring and not having the same schedule or even an outline of a plan on a daily basis.

But how can retirement villages combat this?

Well, with a retirement village, you have the convenience of living as you normally would, but you would just be in a community of other people just like yourselves who are also retirees. The benefit of this is that you can instantly form friendships with like-minded people around you, and begin to fill your days with activities alongside your new friends.

10 Birch Grove - Exterior View fountain and gardens Retirees Enjoying Their Independence

Here at The Elms, we have created a fantastic retirement community all situated within rural Lincolnshire. Within our community, there is never a sense of Retirement Loneliness from our residents – as there is always something happening here.

And this is the key; if you find somewhere that takes away the feeling of isolation, then it definitely combats that lonely feeling. If you have kids or grandkids that have been to university away from home, then they too will find it strange at first, but they soon adapt. The same can be said for our residents, who at first are slightly taken back by the change, but they also soon adapt. Its never too late to start a new chapter in your life, and its not too late to combat that lonely feeling after retirement.

Call us today and see how we can help you start a new chapter in your life! Click to view our Available Properties.

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Top Restaurants in Lincolnshire

Looking for Top Restaurants in Lincolnshire? Well anybody can find a place to eat but here in Lincolnshire, there is a huge difference between finding places to eat and places that give you the most amazing dining experiences! Here at The Elms, we give you the Top 5 Restaurants as recommended by us, when thinking about top restaurants in Lincolnshire.

In no particular order, we start off with…

1.) Ole Ole Tapas Bar & Restaurant

If you search for this company on Google, you cannot miss all the fantastic reviews this restaurant has amassed. Providing authentic Spanish food and tapas, the restaurant is located within Lincoln. The restaurant caters for lunchtime and evening/night. It’s open from 12-3pm and then 5pm-10.30pm. And certainly worth a visit!


2.) The Bronze Pig

A fine blend of Italian and British cuisine, this restaurant is far and beyond just a place that serves carvery food. All vegetables and meats are locally sourced. And the emphasis for this restaurant is providing quality of dining, with the ambience as well as the food. And with a plethora of excellent reviews, the restaurant is definitely something to keep in mind when looking for top restaurants in Lincolnshire.


3.) Tito’s Restaurant and Grill

Located in Lincoln, Tito’s provides an eclectic variety of food with an extensive cocktail menu. The menu includes a variety of seafood, steak, chicken and pasta dishes – something for everyone! The restaurant is open Monday – Thursday from 5.30pm till 10pm & Friday – Saturday 5pm till 10.30pm.


4.) La Trattoria Da Vincenzo

Traditional Italian Cuisine at its finest, this restaurant is fast becoming the talk of the town. Formerly a semi detached house, which is now fully converted, the restaurant has an outdoor eating area too. The restaurant is open everyday apart from Sunday. Open from noon to 2.30pm and then 5.30pm till 10pm.


5.) Laguna Verde

If you’re looking for vintage Mediterranean food, then look no further! With excellent reviews and testimonies, it’s no wonder that this restaurant is among the most popular within the city. It’s open from 10am – 10pm on weekends and then 6pm to 10pm Tuesday to Friday. Closed on Monday.


6.) Bunty’s Tearoom

Maybe you’re after a lovely cup of tea and some home made cakes! Well there are plenty of places here for that too, including Bunty’s Tearoom. Open 7 days a week from 10.30am-4pm, the family run tearoom also offers an after hours party facility.

So here at The Elms, we pride ourselves in providing the most valuable information for local residents. So if you happen to come and visit us to view one of our retirement properties for sale, then consider the above choices when searching for top restaurants in Lincolnshire.

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