The owners of The Summer House have visited the seaside village of Sandilands for generations. You'll see why they love it when you stay in this spacious holiday cottage on a large corner plot just 200 metres from the sand. The Lincolnshire coast has plenty to offer visitors in all seasons. Whether you're here to build sandcastles, play golf, stride for miles along the breathtaking coast and sandy beaches, or enjoy the traditional sights of nearby seaside resort towns like Skegness. The three-bedroom coastal holiday rental comfortably sleeps up to six people and is dog-friendly.
The beautiful Lincolnshire countryside beckons at White Cross Cottage. The self-catering cottage is fresh and light, enjoying a private enclosed garden and views of fields and countryside. The area is a favourite with walkers, cyclists and bird lovers, with The Wash and RSPB reserves at Frampton Marsh and Freiston Shore just a few miles away. Historic Lincoln is within easy reach, as are Kings Lynn and Skegness. Flexible bookings make this cottage perfect whether travelling on business or pleasure, with a layout that suits solo travellers and couples.
Offering home from home comforts, Orchard Close is a detached holiday home ideally placed in the peaceful village of Sandilands on the Lincolnshire coast. Affordable and perfect for large families or groups of friends, you have a promenade, beach and village shop within strolling distance, as well as Sutton on Sea a mile walk away with a wider choice of amenities. Perfect for those who enjoy wildlife, walking, exploring or relaxing on the beach.
Beautifully presented to a very high standard, Sandpiper Cottage is a charming seaside holiday home in the quiet coastal hamlet of Trusthorpe between Sutton-on-Sea and Mablethorpe on the Lincolnshire coast. Enjoying a peaceful cul-de-sac position, this spacious single level cottage sleeps up to four guests in an ensuite king bedroom, and twin room and is just a short stroll from Trusthorpe's dog friendly sandy beach.
Tucked away discretely on the edge of Wainfleet All Saints near Skegness, Northolme Hall is an elegant Georgian country mansion house that is ideal for large gatherings of family and friends. Sleeping twenty one guests in eleven bedrooms, it includes a separate cottage for grandparents or guests who want their own space. Northolme Hall has all the features of a top quality country hotel, including indoor heated pool, all-weather tennis court, and extensive gardens, with the benefit of complete privacy. Surrounded by glorious countryside and with fantastic beaches such as Skegness and Cleepthorpes just a short drive away, Northolme Hall is within an easy walk of the villages amenities including a supermarket and train station. Lincoln, Grantham, Mablethopre, Gainsborough and Sleaford are all accessible by car, making Northolme Hall the ideal base for a self-catering holiday in Lincolnshire.
Lavender cottage is ideally situated in a quiet cul de sac location, only a short walk to the sea. The cottage is a detached, recently renovated two bedroom bungalow with spacious lounge, newly fitted kitchen, conservatory, bathroom and two bedrooms. Wi-Fi included . There is a wide range of facilities within walking distance and easy access to a bus route. One dog welcome. Strictly non smoking. Welcome packs for you and your dog. Large dog bed available on request at no extra cost.
Escape to the country in this fantastic holiday home. Just a few miles from the magnificent Humber Bridge and within easy reach of the seaside resort of Cleethorpes, Sandes by Water sleeps eight people in four bedrooms and is ideal for large and extended families who enjoy being outdoors. Five acres of private grounds have a well-stocked fishing lake, summer house, and paddocks for horses to stay. There is also secure bike storage and a wealth of footpaths, cycling trails and bridleways nearby to enjoy. Lincoln, Hull and York are around an hour by car, giving visitors the potential to alternate peaceful days in the country with exciting city adventures.
Fairview Cottage is in the quiet Lincolnshire village of Wickenby, a stone's throw from the stunning Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and only 14 miles from Lincoln. It's a fantastic holiday cottage for couples or families, including those with dogs, as there are wonderful walks and bike rides all around the area. There's plenty to do in every season, whether you're stopping by the Control Tower Museum and Cafe at Wickenby Aerodrome, playing golf, shopping at one of the surrounding market towns, sightseeing in Lincoln, or visiting beaches like Cleethorpes or Mablethropes. Fairview Cottages welcomes guests all year round.
Nicely tucked away in a quiet corner of the Lincolnshire Wolds, Old Barn Cottages provides a choice of three welcoming holiday homes that afford glorious views and plenty of peace and tranquility. Enjoy superb golf, horse riding, walking and cycling the quiet lanes, or get out and about exploring and visit Lincoln city centre or the sandy beaches on the coast. Do as much or as little as your heart desires on holiday in Lincolnshire. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
The area is steeped in Roman history and you can find various Roman walls throughout the county as well as medieval castles. Lincoln Castle was built in the 11th century by William the Conqueror and is a remarkable well preserved attraction that offers an insight into the history of the castle and the surrounding area from the Middle Ages onwards. The Lincoln Cathedral is regarded as one of the finest in Europe with its Gothic architecture and mix of Saxon, Norman and medieval influences.
Adventure lovers can enjoy large areas of unspoilt natural landscapes with various walking and cycling trails. Hiking along the Viking Way which runs the length of the coast and provides spectacular views, refreshing sea air and peaceful surroundings is a great way to see the coastal areas. Similarly, following in the footsteps of literary figure Lord Tennyson on the Tennyson Trail across the rolling hills and scenic beauty of the 130 mile long walk, that you can join and leave as you please, offers good views of the countryside.
The waterways that trickle over the county provide good fishing and canoeing opportunities and the more energetic coastline is popular for sailing and windsurfing. An interesting part of its history is during the Second World War, as the county was used extensively by the RAF. It has a rich aviation heritage and there are several museums where you can see and learn about how it played a vital role in the air battles of WW2.
Culinary speaking, Lincolnshire is one of the most diverse in the country. It offers several unique and speciality dishes native to the region including haslet (a pork loaf garnished with sage), Lincolnshire sausages (where local butchers create their own recipes) and stuffed chine (salted neck-chine of a pig flavoured with parsley). Indeed, Batemans Ales are famous throughout the county as well and can be sampled in many of the rustic inns and pubs.
The cathedral city of Lincoln is a busy metropolis that still has age old buildings and architectural styles from times gone by. You can find modern shopping beside independent niche stores and energetic nightclubs near to quiet and nostalgic pubs. The whole county is a well-crafted mix of new and old as well as rural, urban and coastal. The sheer diversity on offer in Lincolnshire makes it a perfect place to visit as it offers so much in its borders. From heritage to speciality dishes, countryside walks to coastal water sports, the country of Lincolnshire has a remarkable ability to cater for all tastes.