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All reviews lovely town independent shops english town high street beautiful stone burghley house building architecture lots of coffee shops stone town riverside park sunday times well worth a visit great market cattle market dog mess st john the baptist must visit place
Spent a morning wondering around the Lanes & Passageways, seeking out small shops. Some lovely shops and cafe's for a warming coffee. There are several streets in the town centre that have free parking, (time limited) and keen parking attendant's so don't push your luck,
we had a great time in this town many lovely shops and a lot of unusual ones to.we wanted to visit Burghley house but this was closed.loads of bars and easy parking use the long stay in Wharf Rd is is a few minutes walk...More
Good range of shops. Like most towns though there are a few empty premises, and more charity shops. The churches are interesting and some regularly open to visitors. Sometimes we just wander and look up at the beautiful buildings. Plenty of excellent restaurants to suit...More
While staying with family in Peterborough we caught the train on two occasions to Stamford. The walk from the station into town is short and crosses through a lovely park. The town oozes old world charm and we enjoyed exploring the streets and churches very...More
Spent a pleasant morning walking around the lovely town centre featuring some beautiful stone buildings. A good mix of different independent shops and pubs to suit all tastes and budgets. I can recommend Stamford if you like browsing charity shops as they are all clean,...More
My husband and I visited this lovely town as a stop on route to Yorkshire, and we had a very pleasant time there.
It was a Saturday morning but we had no problems parking, we used the old cattle market car park which was just...More
Visited on a Friday which was market day. The people were all helpful and friendly and the old buildings worth looking up from the market stalls for. Bought some lovely artisan cakes (excellent prices by London standards) and decent chips for lunch.
Downside a few...More