Welcome to Lincolnshire
is one of Englands largest counties and offers a huge range of experiences
for visitors. Walking is of particular note around the wolds as is the
climate - Lincolnshire is one of Englands driest counties with almost half
the annual rainfall of Devon or Cotswolds.
Stamford, Louth and Horncastle have a wealth of heritage dating from Roman
times and have particularly impressive Georgian properties. Shops are
often niche with antique shops, boutiques and local food shops very much
the order of the day.
the north of the county lies Normanby Hall, Epworth, Brigg and Elsham
Country Park not forgetting the spectacular Humber Bridge and the nature
reserve at Far Ings in Barton. Stretching from Caistor down to Horncastle
are the rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds which reach up to 500feet.
Superb walking and cycling can be had on Viking Way and the Hull to
Harwich cycle route. Not to be missed is the village of Tealby and the
towns of Louth, Alford and Woodhall Spa other highlights include the horse
racing at Market Rasen, windmills at Waltham and Alford and the castle at
cathedral at Lincoln is absolutely spectacular and is one of Europe's
finest churches and was used in the film The D'Vinci Code starring Tom
Hanks in 2005. Lincolns must sees are The Magna Carta, The Castle, The
Collection Museum and the shops along steep hill. Take a relaxing
boat along the river or a stroll along The Arboretum.
busy resorts of Cleethorpes and Skegness are well known but you don't have
to look too carefully to find your very own secluded beach a mile down the
track. Bird watching comes into its own from autumn through to spring and
the seals at Donna nook attract wildlife watchers from all over Europe in
November and December.
to the South lies the stately towns of Grantham and Stamford home to
Belton House and Burghley. Towards the coast the flat fields of the Fens
stretch out divided by dykes flowing into the Wash and through Spalding
has fresh air and big skies - whatever your reason for visiting
Lincolnshire you're sure to enjoy your stay if you stay with us at All
Seasons, the East Midlands Self Catering Holiday of the Year.
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