Lincolnshire is the UK’s second largest county (Yorkshire being the biggest) … so with over 6,700 square kilometres to visit, here are ten ways to enjoy Lincolnshire hospitality …
1. Lincolnshire has some fabulous holiday accommodation, suiting all tastes and budgets – from a traditional B&B to Wigwam® cabins.
2. Spalding is a must for its picturesque beauty, its bustling town centre and pretty waterways. Located in the rural district of South Holland, Spalding also hosts an annual Food and Drink Festival.
3. Walkers, cyclists and motorists will love the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
4. History and architecture buffs cannot ignore Lincoln Cathedral, one of most beautiful cathedrals in Europe, that towers over the county’s capital city.
5. Think Lincolnshire is flat? Well yes, parts of it are … and this gives access to wide open skies. Think of the spectacular colours at dawn and dusk; as the night sky rolls in, ponder planet-spotting and seek out those stars.
6. Lincolnshire is also dotted with pretty markets and market towns, including Georgian towns boasting stone architecture where you might find your own Mr Darcy!
8. See and hear the Red Arrows! This iconic aerobatics team are stationed at Scampton and its spectacular air displays never fail to give that goose bump feeling.
9. Did you know that Boston USA had its origins with Boston in Lincolnshire? And if you like pumpkins, then Boston is the place for you as it’s regarded at the pumpkin capital of the UK – just in case you didn’t know.
10. The county has a fabulous coastline, including the famous resorts of Skegness and Mablethorpe.
And we could go on … and on … Lincolnshire has a great deal to offer. Just be sure to book your Wigwam®, hotel room or narrow boat soon!
For a full list of our Lincolnshire sites check out our glamping in Lincolnshire page