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Bawtry is a small market town and civic parish, located close to the River Idle in South Yorkshire. In the 12th century Bawtry was the third largest inland port in England and today this pretty town provides high class shopping during the day and an eclectic social scene in the evenings.
Bawtry High Street vibrant hub of bars, shops and pubs
St Nicholas, Bawtry St Nicholas, Bawtry
The Crown Hotel perfectly located with easy access of Doncaster, The A1, Doncaster Racecourse
Smiths One of Bawtry's pubs
Until the Doncaster Canal was built in the 18th century, Bawtry was a busy river port. The port operated up until the 19th century when the canal lost a lot of its business. The town still retains a lot of its true character and grit, with the beautiful St Nicholas' Church on Wharf Street remaining relatively untouched. The church was founded in 1190, 23 years before the town gained its market character. William Bradford, one of the Pilgrim Fathers, was also born nearby
Bawtry is home to a pretty market and plenty of specialist shops and stylish cafés - the perfect place to spend a few days with excellent local pubs and restaurants for dining out. The oldest pub in Bawtry is the White Hart on Swan Street, dating back to 1689 - well worth a visit after a stroll or hike around the charming countryside surrounding the town. Also, traditional, delicious food with a modern twist can be found at Thyme in Bawtry. On top of this, all produce is home made by the experienced chefs there.
Nearby attractions include the Aeroventure Aircraft Museum, just a short distance away in Doncaster, where you can also find a famous racecourse and the Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery, which is full of exciting collections covering various aspects of natural history, archaeology, local history and fine and decorative art.