Saxilby with Ingleby is situated seven miles west of the city of Lincoln, UK. A modern, expanding village with an ancient heart, the village stands on the banks of the Roman Foss Canal.
The attractive canal side, refurbished in 2006 with new picnic tables and information boards, has 72 hour moorings for passing pleasure craft.
The local church of St. Botolph dates from the 11th century and is well worth a visit.
In addition to the attractions of nearby towns, the immediate area boasts many attractive villages including the deserted medieval village of Ingleby, one of England’s oldest churches at Stow, the Bransby Home of Rest for Horses, and the Elizabethan Doddington Hall.