Boston Stump Cafe

Boston Stump Cafe


0.5 miles
Church Street, Boston, PE21 6NW
A delicious experience awaits at the Boston Stump Cafe, which is located inside St Botolph's Church and directly under Europe's tallest parish church tower. Indeed, the church - popularly known as Boston Stump, hence the cafe name -
has been described as a 'giant among English parish churches', and rated one of the 18 finest in all of England.

Construction began on St Botolph's Church in 1309 and was completed in 1390, with the tower being added later and finished in the early 16th Century. The tower has since become iconic, both as a symbol of local identity and pride for the town and region, and by serving as a landmark to travellers on land and sea for generations.

The church welcomes all visitors and is open all year round. It's possible to climb the tower between 10am and 3.30pm for a cost of £3 per adult. For something a little less active, or for a reward afterwards, you can pull up a chair at the Boston Stump Café and experience charming Lincolnshire hospitality. A selection of locally produced cakes is available, such as a classic Victoria sandwich, along with further delicious treats like scones and other lighter options, all of which can be taken with a cup of fine English traditional tea or coffee. In winter, the café also sells hearty soups.

Any trip to Boston would not be complete without a visit to the Boston Stump, so it makes sense that, whilst you're enjoying some of the finest surroundings in England, you should enjoy a lovely cup of coffee at the same time
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