Are You Moving to Stamford?
Stamford: a beautiful, quaint and historic market town near Peterborough. If you are thinking about moving to Stamford then you’ll already know how pretty it is.
However, in this blog post we have put together some of our favourite reasons to move to the Lincolnshire town, and just a few of the delights you’ll have on your doorstep.
Top attractions and things to do in Stamford
- Burghley House is a stunning tourist attraction and well worth visiting. The house is a grand 16th-century country house with some gorgeous gardens to be admired too.
- There’s also Burghley Park nearby; a sculpture garden which is a delight to walk around. It is a great place to spend an afternoon walking around and if you’re lucky you’ll see the deer herd too.
- If you are looking for a slice of history and enjoy architecture with incredible aesthetics then St Martin’s Church and St Leonard’s Priory are both well worth a visit.
- For a drink with a sprinkle of history and difference, we would recommend the All Saints Brewery. This is a Victorian steam operated brewery that is now open as a public house. But you can also cosy on up in many of the traditional and quaint drinking hole situated throughout the town.
- Another benefit of living in Stamford is that you are just down the road to Rutland. Rutland is a great place to get away from it all. There, you can easily escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy the wonderful scenery and breathtaking views (including Normanton Church) on a stroll around the area.
- If you fancy something a bit more full on with the kids then definitely look up Rutland Water Park for a wet and wild day!
The leading removals Stamford has available
As a Stamford removals company, we have helped many of our customers move to the area. Navigating the roads around Stamford can be tricky; and this is one of the reasons why you should work with Reads Removals. Our friendly and highly skilled removals drivers know the roads well and are trained to deal with difficult streets and paths.