Dining A full English breakfast including cereals, fruit and juices is available in the dining room with all fresh food locally sourced whenever possible.   Dietary requirements may be catered for if notified in advance. Breakfast times are negotiable according to individual needs. Ayscoughfee Hall Ayscoughfee Hall, Spalding is thought to have originally been built in the early 15th Century as the home of local wool merchant Richard Alwyn. Dendrochronological or tree-ring dating has recently been carried on some of the original roof timbers, which have been dated to around 1450, making the Hall over 550 years old! St Mary's Church is famous for its 13th Century lead- covered timber spire. This is a similar design to Chesterfield's famous twisted spire but Long Sutton's spire still stands straight and true. It is now the highest, oldest and best-preserved lead spire in England and possibly Europe.