Lincolnshire Wolds
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in UK

Well Vale near Alford

Well ValeWell Vale is on the edge of the Wolds near Alford.

Going down Miles-Cross-Hill from Ulceby Cross on the A1104, Well is on the right.

The St. Margarets at Well House is a three storey, seven bay, red brick house with a hipped roof and dormer windows. It was thought to have been redesigned in the 1720's. The house looks over a three lakes and is in line with the church of St. Margaret's which is situated on the hill to the west.

The church was built in 1773 and has a temple-like appearance with four Tuscan columns carrying large eaves. Inside it is unusual to find the altar at the the west end of the building. There is a three tier pulpit, box pews and a gallery. The stucco work ceiling is thought to be 18th. Century.

Langton Church is built in a similar style