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Read on to discover some of the attractions you can enjoy whilst staying at one of our holiday cottages in Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire cottages offer the perfect accommodation for a getaway in this quiet, peaceful county of open spaces.The Wolds form Lincolnshire's spine, a line of chalk hills criss-crossed by lanes and river valleys, the highest area of land in eastern England between Yorkshire and Kent. This has been classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and from our holiday cottages Lincolnshire, with its wealth of history and wildlife, can be explored. The county offers both pretty inland villages and seaside attractions. When it comes to self-catering Lincolnshire has some great family friendly beaches along its coast including Skegness, Mablethorpe and Cleethorpes.
A visit to the city of Lincoln, rising above the surrounding countryside on a cliff above the River Whitham, is recommended for those holidaying at any of our Lincolnshire cottages. Visible for miles around is the cathedral, with its mix of Norman and Gothic architecture. Much of the city's medieval character survives, particularly along the aptly named Steep Hill running up to the cathedral.
South of here lies the flat, watery landscape of the Fens and one of the last true English wildernesses, The Wash. Enjoy the wild and barren landscape at Frampton Marsh or visit the waders' lagoon at Freiston Shore, where in summer avocets, oystercatchers, redshanks and ringed plovers nest in their dozens. These are just a sample of the attractions which can be enjoyed by selecting one of our holiday cottages in Lincolnshire for your break. ... Read More »
Blyton Carr, nr. Gainsborough. View on map>
North Rauceby, nr. Sleaford. View on map>