Lincolnshire Cottages

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    The Herb Garden: Lovely stone-built cottage overlooking the Lincolnshire Wolds. Electric fire. Open plan kitchen/diner. Little Carlton 0.9 miles. (Ref. 947021)

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    Field View: Lovely bungalow close to Cleethorpes. Cosy accommodation, enclosed patio, WiFi, parking. Ideal for a romantic seaside holiday. (Ref. 953107)

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    Primrose Cottage: Spacious well-presented one bedroom cottage. Shower room. Good-sized sitting room. Lawned garden with access to adjacent camping area with use of facilities. Mablethorpe 8 miles. (Ref. 952494)

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    Charnwood: Pretty ground floor cottage, lovely romantic retreat outside Willoughby near Alford. Fabulous garden areas, great opportunities for walkers. Alford 2.7 miles. (Ref. 948945)

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    Wisteria Cottage: Cosy one bedroom cottage in the small, rural village of Old Bolingbroke in Lincolnshire. King-size bed, off road parking. Short walk from Bolingbroke Castle. Spilsby 3.5 miles. (Ref. 937715)

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    The Annexe: All ground floor accommodation with a open plan living. En-suite shower. Pet-friendly. Located in the historic village of Burgh le Marsh. Skegness 4 miles. (Ref. 937272)

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    Acorn Cottage: A cosy cottage in the picturesque rural village of Tealby in Lincolnshire. Romantic retreat. Market Rasen 3.5 Miles. (Ref. 934636)

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    The Nook: Cheerful and charming log cabin for couples, in small hamlet of Authorpe between Louth and Mablethorpe. Oak flooring, cosy woodburning stove, views over open farmland. Easy access to coast and pretty market towns. Mablethorpe 10 miles. (Ref. 933315)

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    Garden Cottage: Attractive, detached single-storey garden cottage in rural setting near Spilsby. Open plan, modern living area with woodburner. Flexible sleeping. Eco-friendly cottage with good walking and cycling. WiFi. Close to the coast. Spilsby 3 miles. (Ref. 930994)

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    West Wing Le Chalet: A comfortable ground floor annexe near Boston, Lincolnshire. Pet-friendly, WiFi, walks from the doorstep. Horncastle 19 miles. (Ref. 930203)

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Just Show Me Lincolnshire Cottages

A Lincolnshire cottage holiday offers something for every age. This is a county with space, with never-ending skies and rich agricultural plains. Add the hills of the Wolds, the limestone uplands and the timeless waterscapes of the Fens, not to mention coastal reserves, Blue Flag beaches and wildlife sanctuaries, and there's no doubt you'll want to get out and about and explore.

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And there are so many ways to do it - walking, cycling, climbing, boating, riding, golfing, fishing - even skydiving!

The coast offers all kinds of surprises, whether you prefer the non-stop entertainment and candyfloss of the 'Fun Coast' at busy resorts like Skegness and Cleethorpes, or the more tranquil surroundings of the 'Rural Coast'. Here you can sample the quieter charms of Sutton-on-Sea, Chapel St. Leonards and Anderby Creek, where you'll find the most beautiful beach. Other coastal gems to look out for include Moggs Eye and Saltfleetby.

Into wildlife? There are bird and nature walks along the Humber Estuary from Barton-on-Humber, while Gibraltar Point is a globally recognised nature reserve and home to an array of birdlife. For grey seals, head to Donna Nook.

Head inland to a wealth of other attractions. Ones not-to-be-missed include Ellys Manor House, Lincoln Castle and Lincoln Cathedral, the Castles of Tattershall and Belvoir, as well as Belton House and Burghley House - the latter showcasing a line-up of annual events including the famous Burghley Horse Trials.

And don't forget to visit the city of Lincoln, with its attractive cobbled streets and medieval architecture.

Whatever you do, wherever you go, we're sure you'll enjoy a Lincolnshire cottage holiday!

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