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Highlights in Lincoln
- Surprising historical sites
- Diversity of places to eat
- Colourful parks and gardens
- Unique art galleries
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Lincoln
Surrounded by beautiful nature, a tranquil atmosphere and medieval-style buildings, the city of Lincoln offers luxury city centre rentals with views of the spectacular cathedral and the River Witham, perfect for a well-deserved holiday. It is an excellent holiday destination for those looking to clear their minds and enjoy outdoor activities.Magnificent holiday rentals with relaxing pools
For your stay you will find holiday rentals from restored country properties, modern flats, georgian houses to extravagant rentals on the outskirts of the city. Best of all, wherever you choose to stay you'll enjoy fully equipped kitchens, beautiful gardens, bedrooms with Egyptian cotton sheets, balconies/terraces with chairs for relaxing with a glass of wine and heated swimming pools perfect for children to enjoy both day and night.
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The area and getting around
Visiting the countryside north of Lincoln is a great idea for those who want to explore the great outdoors beyond the city. You'll find a diverse landscape with market towns such as Market Rase on the western edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, Gainsborough on the banks of the River Trent and Caistor on the northern edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds where you can follow the famous Viking Way with stunning scenery. The route stretches from the banks of the River Humber, across the Lincolnshire Wolds and into the Witham Valley to Lincoln. If you wish to do the route from Lincoln, you will pass along roads and footpaths through Greetham, Exton and Rutland Water to the town of Oakham.Cycling in North Kesteven
South of Lincoln you'll find the area known as the Heart of Lincolnshire or North Kesteven. It's a place criss-crossed by over 135 miles of signposted walks, places steeped in history, famous castles and fun activities such as cycling through the Witham Valley Country Park which stretches south from the Fossdyke Navigation. Plus other cycling routes that allow you to enjoy the bluebell woods and rural routes that head to towns such as Sleaford.
Travellers and activities
If you're looking for places to go out with the family, Lincoln has a wide variety of beautiful and entertaining spots to head to! For a family day out in the fresh air, Hartsholme Country Park to the south of the city offers over 200 acres of land filled with lakes, Victorian gardens, woodland, meadows, playgrounds where children can have fun and explore. Another place, Whisby Nature Park is also an excellent choice for a family day out! Children can enjoy adventures at Little Darters Wildlife Adventure Area and Otter's Reach Indoor Adventure with tunnels, bridges and sand pits. Plus a walk in the park to see wildlife. For lunch time the whole family can eat at the Boardwalk Bistro with stunning lake views. And on the way back to Lincoln you can stop by The Ice Cream Parlour to taste some delicious traditional ice cream, yogurt or sorbets. The tricky part is that you will have to choose between 30 different flavours that include Amaretto, Coconut, Raspberry Pavlova, Salted Caramel, Pistachio and many more tasty options.Lincoln for gastronomy lovers
For those who want to enjoy good Asian food, Wagamama is the place to go. It is a restaurant inspired by Japanese ramen bars, offering dishes with a hint of ginger, chillies, vegetables and noodles that give a unique flavour to your meal. You can enjoy rice and noodle dishes, fresh salads and traditional drinks such as sake, all in front of the water on Lincoln Brayford. However, if you prefer traditional Italian cuisine, Mamma's Italian Bistro in the north of the city has a selection of pastas, pizzas, ravioli and salads made with the finest ingredients brought from the Italian countryside that will fascinate you. And for authentic Spanish fare, Olé Olé Tapas Bar & Restaurant offers a warm atmosphere and dishes such as paella mixta, tortilla española, patatas bravas and refreshing sangrias. Lincoln is full of restaurants to suit all tastes: Thai food? Go to Thai Castle. Mexican food? Head to Tequilas in historic Bailgate. You'll find plenty of options in the city.
Lincoln has the oldest surviving bridge in the UK, the High Bridge, built around 1160 AD.
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Lincoln Cathedral is one of the finest Gothic buildings in Europe, described as "the most valuable piece of architecture in the British Isles'' and a must-see for anyone visiting the city. The site is packed with details including the Lincoln Imp, whose legend has it that it was turned to stone by an angel for misbehaving; an beautiful sites to see like the Medieval Library and the Wren Libraries with 15th century books and the stained glass windows of St Michael's Airmen's Chapel.2. Take a journey through history in Lincoln Castle
Built in 1068, Lincoln Castle is home to an original Magna Carta and a site steeped in history where kings and convicts have passed through. Take a walk through history along the great stone walls and enjoy spectacular views of the countryside. You can also explore the castle's Victorian prison where men, women and children were imprisoned in 1848 and see the archaeology exhibits with skeletons, a stone sarcophagus, Roman, medieval, Georgian and Victorian fragments.3. Discover the amazing exhibitions of The Collection and The Usher Gallery
Besides Lincoln Castle, The Collection is also home to a variety of historical, archaeological and artistic exhibits that are well worth seeing. You'll experience exhibits on display, reconstructions of artefacts, meet Lincolnshire's Ice Age animals, discover tools used 300,000 years ago, and much, much more. Next door you'll also find The Usher Gallery, Lincolnshire's premier art gallery and see fine art collections dating from the 16th century to the present day.4. Enjoy a film at Everyman Cinema and visit the other venues in Cornhill!
Located in Cornhill, the Everyman Cinema offers a luxury cinema experience you will never forget. Enjoy the friendly atmosphere with a glass of wine and freshly baked pizza in a comfortable seat while you watch classic, independent and mainstream films. After the show, keep walking around Cornhill Quarter and head to Doughnuts to not miss the flavours on offer that week! Or if you prefer cocktails, visit the eccentric Cosy Club and join the jolly atmosphere.5. Spend a pleasant afternoon at Petwood Gardens
Designed by renowned landscape and garden designer Harold Peto, the Edwardian gardens at Petwood are a must-visit paradise on your holiday. With vibrant flowers and pleasant short walks, the place has 30 acres full of beauty to admire, accompanied by quiet corners and a rhododendron walk that is filled with colour in the spring, besides a tearoom on the terrace that offers you quality teas and homemade desserts to sweeten your evening.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Lincoln
By looking at its annual average price of £117.97, Lincoln is not a city that stands out as being the most expensive or the cheapest in the United Kingdom.
According to our most recent historical data, the months that hurt your pocket the least in Lincoln are January, March, and February, with average prices of £104.99, £105.84 and £106.59, respectively.
It can be concluded, analysing the data for the year 2020, that the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of December (£135.38), July (£128.61), and October (£124.95).
It is better to plan ahead in Lincoln as only 28% of the accommodations remain free, following the data observed in 2020.
The months that offer the most accommodation options, on average, are May (with an availability of 45.4%), April (45%), and January (42.5%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
The accommodations in Lincoln reach their peak in demand in September, with an availability rate of 9.5%. The second most requested month is August, with 11.4%, and the third is October with 16%.
We have collected the offers from 8 different partners in Lincoln, so we can provide you with around 130 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing your favourite!