Holiday Cottages Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire offers pebbly beaches, wild salt marshes and striking wildlife on an unforgettable break. Holiday cottages in Lincolnshire can be found in the historic cities, villages and towns that are dotted throughout the county’s dramatic landscape, which includes fifty miles of picturesque coastline. Enjoy a fresh sea breeze whilst walking along the beaches of Mablethorpe and Skegness or explore the renowned Lincolnshire Wolds, the choice is yours. Holiday cottages Lincolnshire can give you your own space, a home away from home for your holiday so you can do as much or as little as you please.

Self Catering Lincolnshire

Self catering in Lincolnshire is a great way to explore this fantastic county. The rich history of Lincolnshire has left many gems that can be cherished during any visit there. Discover more about the county’s industrial past by visiting a working mill or one of the many museums that are in the region. During a stay in a holiday cottage in Lincolnshire be sure to visit some of the many medieval churches and historic manor houses, which are open to visitors. With self catering in Lincolnshire you can often save money on your holiday.

Accommodation Lincolnshire

Self catering holiday cottages in Lincolnshire are among the most popular choices of holiday accommodation. There is a wide range of holiday cottages in Lincolnshire to choose from, each with its own range of amenities. Whether you are taking the family away for a rural adventure or looking for a luxury break with that special someone there is the perfect holiday accommodation to suit your needs. Explore the county at your own pace and relax in your own private holiday home, the only tough part is leaving it behind at the end of the holiday!

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Lincolnshire is most well-known for its seaside resorts and the traditional British holidays they offer, particularly Skegness, "the Blackpool of the east coast". But away from the neon flashing lights of the promenade there are large expanses of unspoilt nature, both along the coast and inland, that also make the county ideal for rural retreats. Lincolnshire compliments both with a rich culture and heritage that makes the county and its people unlike any other in Britain. Aviation heritage is particularly strong and there are some incredible air displays and museums that are a must-see on any visit to the county.

Places to go in Lincolnshire

The Lincolnshire coast is famous for its seaside resorts with hundreds of tourists visiting every year for their mix of fun, sun and sand. Skegness is the most well-known, but Mablethorpe and Cleethorpes also offer the traditional British seaside holiday experience. Skegness is home to Fantasy Island amusement park and Natureland Seal Sanctuary, while further up the coast in Cleethorpes is Pleasure Island theme park. Although the seaside resorts get a lot of the attention, much of Lincolnshire’s coast has remained untouched by man and is a haven for nature and wildlife. Go for a walk along one of the coastal trails, take in the invigorating sea air and enjoy the stunning scenery. Make sure to bring binoculars so you can get a good look at wildlife such as ospreys and seals. The Fens wetlands in the south and the Wolds hills in the northeast are popular for walking and cycling, with the Wolds hosting the county’s annual walking festival.

Our Top Picks in Lincolnshire

We want you to enjoy the best that Lincolnshire has to offer and so here's a selection of our favourite things to see and do;

Lincoln Cathedral

One of the most iconic cathedrals in Britain, Lincoln Cathedral is well worth spending a morning walking around. The cathedral is famous for its overall architecture, imp carving, rose windows, vaults, choir and organ. You can look around on your own or join one of the regular tours that include the floor, roof and towers.

Natureland Seal Sanctuary

Come and see a mix of some of the cutest and some of the most dangerous animals at the Natureland Seal Sanctuary in Skegness. The highlight of the day is always feeding time for the seals and penguins. The centre also has an aquarium, tropical house featuring crocodiles, and a ‘pets corner’ that includes goats, turkeys, rabbits and guinea pigs.

Woolsthorpe Manor

The birthplace of the great British thinker Sir Isaac Newton, Woolsthorpe Manor is a modest 17th Century yeoman's farmhouse. It was here where Newton made many of his most important discoveries about light and gravity. The famous apple tree still stands outside his bedroom window. The building is open to the public for part of the year and gives you a great insight into his life.

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