Self-catering holiday accommodation in Lincolnshire
Come for a holiday in Lincolnshire in the East Midlands and discover a charming part of East England with a blend of old and new. Book a relaxing rural cottage break or stay in a village, on the the coast.
Lincolnshire holiday rentals by occupancy
- One bedroom holiday cottages in Lincolnshire
- Two bedroom holiday homes in Lincolnshire
- Three bedroom self-catered properties in Lincolnshire
- Group accommodation in mansions in Lincolnshire
The seaside towns of Skegness and Mablethorpe played host to many coal mining families of yesteryear during the summer holidays. Now, the pits are shut down and coal mining is no longer a viable industry, but the seaside resorts are still there, with their quaint traditional charm welcoming new generations of visitors.
The beaches are sandy, there are still amusements and old-fashioned donkey rides on the beach.
Pet-friendly holiday lettings in Lincolnshire
The countryside of Lincolnshire, all of the narrow lanes and trails are ideal for cottage holidays with dogs. Choose from a cottage in the country, in a village such as Navenby and Saxilby near Lincoln, Winteringham near Scunthorpe, Tallington near Stamford and of course, the lovely town of Stamford itself. Find a self-catered cottage where dogs are permitted to stay with their owners and book yourself a good country break.
Popular holiday cottage requests in Lincolnshire
- Holiday cottages with a private en-suite bathroom
- Lincolnshire holiday cottages that have a swimming pool
- Hot tub self-catered break in Lincolnshire
- Self-catered Lincolnshire holiday homes that have a bbq
Types of holiday home available to rent in Lincolnshire, East Midlands
|Log cabin holidays|
|Country cottages on a farm|
|Single storey bungalow holiday rentals in Lincolnshire|
|Large holiday home rentals Lincolnshire|
|Luxury holiday cottage breaks in Lincolnshire|
|Dogs welcome holiday lettings in Lincolnshire|
The area around Spalding in the south east of Lincolnshire was famous as a flower and bulb growing area. Flower heads that are removed from plants grown for bulbs were used to decorate the floats in Spalding's Flower Parade in June. Sadly, that no longer happens. Plants from this area find their way into gardens all around Britain via growers who sell via mail order, although visitors can wander around many nurseries to their hearts content. Find self-catering cottage accommodation near Spalding. Make a point of booking a June holiday and enjoy a local spectacle as well as warm sunny weather.
The Lincolnshire Wolds is a gently undulating range of hills from south near Horncastle up past Caistor to the north. The Viking Way - an ancient market track - passes through them. This long distance footpath travels through picturesque countryside with plentiful wildlife, past pretty market towns, and is ideal for those who enjoy a good walk without undue strain. There are plenty of pleasant pubs and tea shops for refreshments, and this being the Midlands, you will also find it easy on your pocket. It is also a very good destination for a dog-friendly self-catering holiday and anyone who would appreciate a country break. Find self-catering cottages in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
There are plenty of tourist attractions to visit for days out, the impressive cathedral in Lincoln, Lincoln Castle, stately homes like Burghley House in Stamford, castles, golf courses including the famous Woodhall Spa. Lots to do for the whole family.