Tasty treats and the chance to sample local produce will be on offer at Belton House's annual Food Fayre on Saturday, June 30, and Sunday, July 1.
Organised by the National Trust in conjunction with Tastes of Lincolnshire, 20 stalls in the Stable Yard will create a local market atmosphere.
Tempting treats will include Oak Tree Farm sausages, Saints and Sinners homemade preserves, local favourite Lincolnshire Plum Bread and Yummy Cheesecakes. Other producers on site will include Cotehill Cheeses, Sleaford Brewery and Keira's Cupcakes.
Organiser Karen Dixon says: "Keeping a local focus is really important to the National Trust. The Food Fayre at Belton House gives us a wonderful opportunity to introduce our visitors to the fantastic variety and quality of the delicious foods right here on our doorstep."
Amanda Allford from Tastes of Lincolnshire adds: "With visitors being able to meet producers and enjoy cookery demonstration in Belton's atmospheric grounds, it will be an event that will really showcase the best local produce."
The Belton House Food Fayre will be open 10.30am to 5pm both days. Normal admission charges apply to the House and Gardens.
For more information visit the website at www.nationaltrust.org.uk /belton-house/