If you fancy taking a trip away from it all, yet not too far from home, a weekend break in Lincolnshire is the perfect destination. A mere few hours from most parts of the country, and you’ll be in the county offering spectacular countryside, traditional seaside towns, incredible history and heritage and fabulous leisure activities.
The county remains one of the most unspoilt parts of rural England, with its open rolling hills and deep-sided valleys. The east coast and its coastal plain offers marshland and miles of sandy beaches, while the south of the county sees the Fens with wide open countryside and magnificent churches. The county is immersed in history from the medieval city of Lincoln and the port of Boston to the traditional seaside resorts of Cleethorpes and Skegness.
There is a vast choice of accommodation, from serviced four-star hotels and luxurious rooms in listed buildings, to bed and breakfasts and guesthouses. Or, if you prefer to maintain a more independent, there’s an unparalleled range of self-catering, caravan parks, or for the more hardy outdoor life fanciers, campsites. And as a county with agriculture at the forefront of its commercial life and heritage, you might even prefer to opt for a traditional farmhouse break, where the welcome, accommodation and food leaves nothing to be desired.
On a weekend break in Lincolnshire and looking for somewhere to eat? Renowned for its locally produced food, the county offers a culinary delight to even the most selective of palates. Whatever your preferences, the country offers excellent cuisine. There are excellent restaurants, cafés and coffee shops offering everything from a splendid four-course gastronomic delight to fast-food for those in a hurry. And all prepared from fresh, locally-produced ingredients.
You can also avail of specially-themed weekend breaks in Lincolnshire available throughout the year. Whether its relaxation, romanticism or adventure you are after, the county can provide the lot! There are adventure holidays (how about driving a tank, bulldozer or rally car?), golfing at one of the many golf hotels, specialist heritage holidays taking in the culture and history of the county, or even culture trips offering the best in Shakespeare or modern theatre.
Whatever your interests are and however active or relaxed you want your weekend break in Lincolnshire will have it for you.
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