Most popular Log Cabins & Lodges in Lincolnshire
Highlights in Lincolnshire
- Rolling hills
- Miles of golden sand
- City of Lincoln
- Lincoln cathedral
Most popular amenities for Log Cabins & Lodges in Lincolnshire
Log cabins in Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire welcomes you with charming log cabins in delightful surroundings, from seaside views to old-growth forests to chocolate-box villages. Cabins by the coast, in the east of the county, give you direct access to the beautiful Lincolnshire sands and miles of pristine beaches. In contrast, cabins in the Lincolnshire Wolds look out across rolling hills and green spaces. Throughout the county you’ll discover picturesque villages with places to stay close to these sleepy little hamlets and towns.A cosy cabin guarantee!
Log cabins are generally designed for families of 3-5 people, with a few bigger options available for larger groups. Check out the glamping options, delightful little cabins with all you need to make food and have a sound sleep. Like camping, but more glamorous! Specialist fishing lodges sit right on the edge of a lake so you barely have to leave your cottage to cast your line.
Travellers and activities
The Lincolnshire Wolds are an area of outstanding natural beauty and a delight for lovers of the outdoors. To the east, the ‘Heart of Lincolnshire’ is interlaced with ‘Stepping out Walks’, more than 130 miles of marked routes guiding visitors through the history of the Knights Templar, past dramatic cliffs, Roman roads and meeting at Lincoln Cathedral. If you prefer to go off the beaten track, to the south you’ll find a plethora of ancient towns to explore, with fascinating independent shops and some of the most remarkable historic houses and castles in the UK.Lincolnshire for families
Lincolnshire boasts many miles of well-maintained sandy beach for you children to dig their spades into. The water here is clean and shallow and one of the finest places in Britain for a seaside holiday. Don’t miss the ubiquitous seaside arcades and ice cream shops! Lincolnshire’s shoreline plays host to various sites of special scientific interest: freshwater marshes which are home to unique species of insects and birds, and RSPB sites which offer safe access across these potentially treacherous, yet utterly stunning areas of land. Tread carefully and stick to marked paths and you and your children will enjoy discovering an exceptional array of flora and fauna.Lincolnshire for aviation history lovers
Lincolnshire is proud to house the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre. Originally a 1940s bomber station, it is now a small airport for landings with prior permission only. The museum’s most famous exhibit is a Lancaster Bomber, which together with a number of other iconic aircraft and ground vehicles at the museum is undergoing expert restoration.
Aerial artists: The world-famous Red Arrows aeronautical display team are based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire!
Top 7 travel tips in Lincolnshire
Skegness Sea Life Centre boasts a number of interactive attractions featuring marine life from sharks to octopuses. You can watch the fish and animals being fed, learn about their lives and get close up with a starfish. Don’t miss the sea caves – a darkened space for the nocturnal and dangerous from the barely explored depths of the ocean!2. Visit the medieval majesty of Gainsborough Old Hall.
One of the UK’s best preserved medieval manor houses, Gainsborough Old Hall welcomes visitors to learn more about its history and enjoy its old-time grandeur. Maybe you’ll even encounter The Grey Lady, the Hall’s resident ghost?3. Feel the need for speed?
Place your bets at Lincolnshire’s National Hunt racecourse, with racing programmes all year round. Choose your favourite name and make your bets! If you’re lucky enough to visit on Boxing Day, you can join the clerk and walk the track!4. Experience true cinematic history
The Kinema in the Woods, in the Lincolnshire Wolds, is the only cinema in the UK which only offers films using the original back projection system. A retro evening is guaranteed for all.5. The City of Lincoln
The main city of the county of Lincolnshire, well-preserved Lincoln is a step back in time with cobbled streets and quaint, traditional buildings. It’s also a vibrant shopping city where high street classics meet independent stores bursting with character. Its medieval castle is home to a copy of the Magna Carta, and at the city’s Museum of Lincolnshire Life visitors can relive its fascinating history.6. The Gothic Spires of Lincoln Cathedral
Started in 1072, Lincoln Cathedral is one of the high points of UK medieval architecture and for nearly 240 years was the tallest building in the world. Visit the cathedral for stunning views from the tower and its majestic interior.7. Take a walk on the wild side at Lincolnshire Wildlife Park
Ever wanted to get up close and personal with a tiger? Or if that’s too extreme, how about a lemur? You can make your dream come true at the Lincolnshire Wildlife Park. From big cats to meerkats, crocodiles, monkeys and reindeer, as well as over 100 different species of parrots and parakeets, the park makes for a mandatory addition to your holiday in wonderful Lincolnshire.