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Lincolnshire Lodges

The Purple Piranha, Thorpe on the Hill
• Sleeps 6 • Hot Tub • Balcony • Lakeside
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Wing, Exton
• Sleeps 6 • Pet Friendly • Garden • Wi-Fi
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Lakeside Lodge, Tattershall
• Sleeps 4 • Hot Tub • Lakeside • On-site pool
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8 Castle View, Tattershall
• Sleeps 6 • Lakeside • Hot Tub • Patio
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Ashwell, Exton
• Sleeps 6 • Pet Friendly • BBQ • Wi-Fi
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Cedar Lodge, Greatham
• Sleeps 2 • Hot Tub • Romantic Getaway • Garden
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Top Things to do in Lincolnshire

The beautiful county of Lincolnshire offers city, countryside, and coastline for you to explore. Visit all-year-round and enjoy a short break in a fully-equipped lodge, the perfect base for exploring. Whether you want to discover cultural heritage in cities and small villages or exploring rolling hills in the countryside and seaside attractions at one of the many award-winning beaches, Lincolnshire has it all.

Lincoln Cathedral

A visit to the city of Lincoln is a must when you’re staying in Lincolnshire. The city has lots of historical landmarks including the Lincoln Cathedral. The cathedral is an 11-century Gothic medieval building and was once one of the tallest buildings in the world. You can visit the beautiful cathedral at all times of the year. There is a lot to see inside this stunning medieval cathedral including The Blessed Virgin Mary, The Boole Window, The Organ. You can also eat at the on-site cafe.

Lincoln Castle

Another historical point of interest in the city of Lincoln is the Lincoln Castle. The Norman castle was built in the 11th century by William the Conqueror and has two mottes. This beautiful castle is open to the public all year round and is a great attraction to visit with the whole family. Located in the center of the city, the Castle boasts beautiful views. Explore the towers and dungeons, learn about the Magna Carter and stop off at the gift shop and cafe on your way out.

Belton House

Belton House is a country house in Lincolnshire which is owned by the National Trust and open to the public. The large mansion is surrounded by beautiful gardens and stands within a large park. Ideal for visitors enjoying a walk in the surrounding area, the house is a popular stop for tourists wanting to explore the country house. Belton House is a great tourist attraction for the whole family. Packed full of history, visitors can explore the grounds, enjoy lunch in the cafe and let their kids have fun in the nearby adventure playground. Guides are available for those who want to learn more about this historical building and the gardens are the perfect spot to sit and enjoy the England sun.

Fantasy Island Theme Park

If you’re looking for some thrill whilst on holiday in Lincolnshire, a trip to Fantasy Island will do the job. The theme park is located in Skegness and the perfect activity on a family holiday. There are over 30 rides including thrill rides, family rides, and small rides to suit all ages. Whether you’re up for the challenge of the upside-down rollercoaster or want to get soaked on the log flume, there is plenty of fun to be had at Fantasy Island. Spend your whole day at the park with plenty of attractions to keep everyone entertained. There is also amusements, mini-golf, and an island beach.


Skegness is a seaside resort in Lincolnshire. It is home to the first-ever Butlins and is still one of the most popular locations for seaside holidays in the UK. Whether you choose to visit for the day or stay for a weekend, there is lots to see and do. Spend time relaxing on the beach, eat some fish ’n’ chips and have fun in the amusements on the pier. There is something for the whole family to enjoy. Walk your dog on the beach, and visit the seal sanctuary, aquarium animal and Fantasy Island theme park.

Lincolnshire Wolds

The Lincolnshire Wolds is a collection of hills and valleys in Lincolnshire. It is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and is the highest area of land in the East of England. Throughout the Wolds are small market towns and quaint villages. The Lincolnshire Wolds is popular with visitors wanting to explore the beautiful rural area. There are plenty of natural landmarks to see in the Lincolnshire Wolds including Tattershall Castle, Red Hill Nature Reserve, Hubbards Hills, and Five-Sailed Alford Windmill. Spend your time walking along walking trails before stopping in a nearby village or town for a cup of tea in one of the many tearooms.

Aviation Heritage Centre

Visit the Aviation Heritage Centre in Lincolnshire to see the largest collection of Bomber Commands in the country. The museum is a great way to learn more about aviation from WW2 and is also dog-friendly. Visit the museum for exhibits and displays of aviation on an original WW2 airfield. The museum is also the only one in the world that performs four-engine taxy runs from an Avro Lancaster Bomber NX611 Just Jane. If you’re lucky and visit on specific days, you will be able to see special events including flying displays, concerts, dances, car rally’s, fireworks and much more.

Gibraltar Point

If you’re looking for an impressive view for that perfect photo on your break in Lincolnshire, a visit to Gibraltar Point won’t disappoint. The natural reserve is a stretch of unspoiled coastline offering stunning views of the sea. There is a visitors center and cafe, perfect for enjoying a cup of tea before setting off on a walk. Visitors can soak up the beautiful views, look out for a wide range of wildlife and appreciate the wonderful landscapes at all times of the year.


Cleethorpes is a seaside town that is popular with tourists looking for a fun seaside holiday in the UK. There is plenty for visitors to see, do and enjoy. Spend your day relaxing at the beach enjoying ice cream, fish ’n’ chips, and building sandcastles. On rainy days, take a ride on a train at the Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway, visit The Jungle Zoo and rent a boat at the Cleethorpes Boating Lake. There is also a country park with a lake surrounded by woodland, perfect for enjoying a picnic or walks with your dog.

Moulton Windmill

The Moulton Windmill is a great attraction to visit in Lincolnshire. It is situated in the village of Moulton and is the tallest tower mill in the UK standing at 100 feet at the cap. After a restoration in 2013, the windmill still works and makes flour. The windmill is open for visitors all year round. Guides provide visitors with everything they need to see and know about the windmill. There is also a tea room, perfect to enjoy after a tour of the windmill.

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