For a real chance to get away from it all and to find a quiet, peaceful glamping holiday then book yourself and your loved ones into a Wigwam® Holidays luxury glamping site in Lincolnshire.
Perfectly located for access from London, York and any number of UK cities and towns by road or rail, Lincolnshire is an easy choice for you to get straight into a relaxing, happy staycation.
Located on the banks of the river Welland in rural Lincolnshire, glamping at Wigwam® Holidays Crowtree is the ideal place to switch off and relax in peace and quiet under a thousand acres of sky. Surrounded by mature trees and open countryside, enjoy the tranquil sight of our grazing cattle or visit the the many other local attractions, pubs, villages and historic places of interest nearby. Or just light a fire and enjoy the outdoor experience.
Situated by the meandering upper reaches of the river Witham on our small beef and sheep farm (family run since the 1930s), Millside Wigwams offers a truly rural experience in a quiet, picturesque spot in pleasantly rolling Lincolnshire countryside.
With a Wigwam® Holidays glamping break, we make it easy for you to enjoy a break in the great outdoors, and take away the hard work of setting up a camp. Your luxury glamping pod is nestled in beautiful grounds, with nature trails and outdoor activities nearby so there’s always something for you to do whether you stay close to your luxury glamping pod, or venture further afield into Lincolnshire.
Your luxury cabin will have en-suite facilities, a hot tub and your own campfire so whatever you choose to do with your day, you’ll find it easy to unwind and relax.
The history of Lincoln Cathedral is both rich and dramatic. Its origins can be traced back to William the Conqueror and long before its completion it was a pilgrimage for worshippers seeking healing from St Hugh, buried in the unfinished grounds. For over 200 years the cathedral enjoyed the status of tallest building in the world and has been the inspiration for novels such as Ken Follet’s Pillars of the Earth series.
Guided tours will take you through time, and if you’re lucky you might get a chance to chase the imp...
Skegness & Cleethorpes
Skegness and Cleethorpes (as well as the other seaside towns lining up along the Lincolnshire coast) offer a lot of traditional seaside fun for holidaymakers. There’s always a quiet spot on the beach to tuck away for a relaxing picnic, or get involved in the water sports, beachside cafes and evening entertainment. Good, traditional, clean fun and you don’t have to go anywhere near an airport to get to access it.
Horncastle to Woodhall Junction
Head into the countryside for an easy cycle route that makes up part of the Viking Way long distance footpath. An easy, traffic-free route, ideal for families or those looking for a relaxing walk in nature.
Donna Nook Nature Reserve
If you love getting out and about in nature, you’re spoiled in Lincolnshire. The Donna Nook Nature reserve covers over six miles of coastline. There are various walking paths and nature trails to make use of and at certain times of the year, visitors are allowed to view seal pups from the viewing areas.
Isaac Newton-inspired science events
Visit the famous apple tree - central to Isaac Newton’s theory of gravity, at the former home of Isaac Newton and take part in guided tours and science learning, year-round at Woolsthorpe Manor. For even more science-based experiences take part in the Gravity Fields Science Exhibition - which is five days of science, arts, talks and workshops in various locations around Grantham.
Open-air Shakespeare - Stamford
Enjoy Shakespeare as it was truly intended in the open air theatre at Stamford. Held in the stunning grounds of Tolethorpe Hall. Atmospheric, emotive and a truly wonderful experience for any theatre or literature lover.
A stately home designed to impress. Guided tours take you round the stunning interiors, packed with rare collections of literature, oriental ceramics, 17th-century portraiture and a wonderful collection of silverware. Treasure trails and guided tours take you around the beautifully kept grounds - with themed gardens, a boating pond and picnic spots. Only six minutes drive from Wigwam® Holidays Millside.
Steam Punk Festival
Lincoln holds the title of ‘Most Steam Punk Place in the World’ - and to celebrate, the city throws a huge steampunk festival every summer. Bursting at the seams with music, dance, costumes and events - all centred around the world where science fiction and history clash.
Springfield Festival Gardens and Spalding Water Taxi Tour
Springfield Festival Gardens feature a number of spectacular, award-winning showcase gardens, reminiscent of the Chelsea Flower Show exhibitions. After a pleasant afternoon marvelling at the beautiful displays (and squeezing in a spot of shopping), hop on a water taxi which takes you along the river to the historic town of Spalding. It’s a beautiful way to spot cathedrals and architecture, as well as bird and nature spotting.
It’s easy to find the festival gardens wherever you base yourself on your glamping holiday, but from Wigwam® Holidays Crowtree it’s a five-mile drive along the Marsh Road
As a destination for a glamping holiday, Lincolnshire has so much to offer and it’s no wonder that Wigwam® Holidays glampers return again and again.
Our Wigwam® Sites are the ideal base for visiting all that Lincolnshire has to offer, with the reassurance of a wonderful evening sharing stories by your very own campfire, and a comfortable bed to rest your head - where you’ll wake up refreshed and restored for another perfect day of glamping.
They’re all sited in beautiful locations and are a superb base for families, groups and couples seeking a great glamping holiday in the great outdoors.
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Are you looking for more inspiration for your glamping holiday in Lincolnshire? Here are some of our blogs to help you get the best out of your glamping holiday.
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