beautiful Lincolnshire

Holiday cottages and self-catering accommodation in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire welcome visitors with historic houses, castles and cathedrals to visit. Its a wonderful place for walkers and cyclists with cycle trails through villages along empty lanes, there "hidden" Lincolnshire on foot maps available locally. Popular as a holiday location for families with many out door activities to participate in and also for tourists with interest in wildlife and history. A splendid variety of accommodation is available throughout the county - big holiday houses, smaller cottages, seaside apartments, family-run guest establishments, 5-star luxury resorts to suit every budget. Self-catering gives total flexibility for all holiday activities. Oh and you won't have to look far to discover treasures in local markets, farmers’ markets, antique fairs and a Christmas market in Linclon. Pack your swimming costume - the North Sea is calling!

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Staying in Lincolnshire

The Lincolnshire coast is famous for its seaside holiday resorts, pebbly beaches, wild salt marshes and amazing bird watching and wildlife (especially Ospresy and seals) Donna Nook and Gibraltar Point are National coastal nature reserves and a must visit open year round. Skegness is the most well-known seaside resort town, but guests looking for traditional British seaside holiday experience also visit Mablethorpe and Cleethorpes. The Wolds hills in the north-east are popular for cycling and walking, they host a walking festival there each year. For group holiday activities prepare for walking,horse riding, cycling, swimming, fishing, seal watching, bird-watching, tennis, sailing and golf.

Lincoln Cathedral is one of the most iconic in Great Britain and one of Europe's most magnificent Gothic buildings - is Lincoln Cathedral’s Magna Carta (one of only four surviving copies) kept here or in Lincoln castle?