Grantham House
Grantham House
Grantham House is a lovely old town house dating to the 14th century (approximately 1380). The house was heavily remodelled in the 16th century to form a beautiful Elizabethan building in the heart of Grantham. The date stone shows 1574 as the date the rebuilding was completed.
The interiors show how Grantham House was gradually rebuilt over the years, so that it represents an intriguing mix of architectural styles covering many centuries, including the Georgian south front. The house is surrounded by 7 acres of attractive walled gardens which run down to the banks of the River Witham.

There are guided tours every 30 minutes, taking in the ground floor of the house.