Popular Lettings in Lincolnshire
Highlights in Lincolnshire
- Lively cities
- Pretty market towns
- Spectacular countryside and coastline
Most popular in Lincolnshire
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Lincolnshire
With a wild coastline to the east, the rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds in the north, the thriving city of Lincoln to the west and pretty market towns to the south, Lincoln has something for you, no matter the type of holiday you fancy. If you dream of a family beach holiday, you have myriad options for holiday lettings. Do consider Skegness or Mablethorpe on Sea for that traditional British beach break. Holiday rentals in villages such as Tealby or Market Rasen are considered to be among the prettiest in the county, or if you prefer city life, consider a letting in Gainsborough, Grantham or of course, the capital city of Lincoln.Accessible holiday rentals in Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire holiday rentals tend to be spacious and attractive houses such as barn conversions or farm properties, and rural lettings offer delightful views of the surrounding countryside. Seaside holiday lettings give you quick access to the local facilities and beaches, and of course the most outstanding natural surroundings will be holiday rentals in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Holidays in Lincolnshire
The area and getting around
From the land to sea
Towards the west and north-west of Lincolnshire you’ll find the major cities of Lincoln and Gainsborough. To the south is the pretty market town of Spalding, and in the centre of the county the former spa town, Woodhall Spa, which still retains much of the elegance of its Victorian roots. Travel north to enjoy the natural splendour of the Lincolnshire Wolds, designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. Finally, enjoy the delights of the east coast, hundreds of miles of magnificent coastline offering traditional beach resorts and quiet, relaxed villages.
Travellers and activities
With its huge length of coastline and incredible sandy beaches, Lincolnshire is a beach holidayer’s delight. Cleethorpes has miles of beautiful clean sand and sparkly blue water. Less well known Anderby Creek is a quiet village, with a lovely coastline and rock pools to explore. Mablethorpe is perhaps the most charming of the Lincolnshire beach towns, known for its colourful beach huts and Blue Flag rating. Don’t miss the seal sanctuary of Mablethorpe’s coast. Catching sight of these cute creatures is a real treat for animal lovers of all ages.Lincolnshire for history and culture lovers
Lincolnshire has a wide range of exciting cultural venues. The Sam Scorer gallery in Lincoln showcases paintings and sculpture, with many pieces by local artists, and rotation every two weeks. Above Lincoln Cathedral discover the Medieval and Wren Galleries, home to an extraordinary collection of mostly 15th century books with some as old as the 10th century! The library room has a magnificent painted ceiling and is worth the trip alone!
Alfred Lord Tennyson, author of the famous poem Charge of the Light Brigade, was born in Somerby, Lincolnshire!
Top 5 travel tips in Lincolnshire
Woolsthorpe Manor House in Grantham welcomed Isaac Newton into the world in 1642. Now owned by the National Trust, it offers visitors a chance to see some of his famous experiments he conducted including the actual apple tree rumoured to have dropped a fruit on his head, triggering his recognition of the force of gravity!2. Step back in time in Ayscoughfee Hall and Gardens, Spalding
Enjoy a 500-year-old home and gardens with its influences from the mediaeval to Victorian eras. All the family is catered for with five acres of garden, a playground and excellent café.3. Gainsborough: the destination for shoppers
Gainsborough’s Marshall’s Yard shopping complex is set in stunning historic, listed buildings, and is home to vast numbers of shops, restaurants and cafes plus a health club and beautiful, landscaped plaza.4. Ogle at Lincoln Cathedral
The fourth largest in the UK, stunning Lincoln Cathedral was, for years, the home of one of the four surviving copies of the Magna Carta – now safely stored in the Lincoln Museum.5. Learn about Lincolnshire
The Museum of Lincolnshire Life is free for all to enjoy, and gives you an exciting insight into the daily lives of the residents of Lincolnshire in days gone by. Top attractions include ‘Daphne’, a World War One tank, and the museum is fully accessible to all mobility, visual and auditory needs.