Lincolnshire is England’s second largest county and offers an abundance or rolling hills and unspoilt countryside. The county town is Lincoln and is dominated by the magnificent towers of Lincoln Cathedral at the heart of it.
The famous Lincolnshire Wolds and Lincolnshire Coast, with its blue flag beaches and unspoilt golden sands make Lincolnshire a great holiday destination. As well as beautiful scenery there is an abundance of history and culture in the Lincolnshire Vales with its religious, historic and architectural heritage. Plus, you can take a visit to the Heart of Lincolnshire to experience rural England at its best.
For family days out thrill seekers can enjoy the High Ropes adventure near the market town of Market Rasen or the thrills and spills at Cleethorpes Pleasure Island. For a more relaxing day out families can visit the Wragby Maze and the Natural World Centres play area, the pottery painting café or take a ride on the Cleethorpes cast light railway.
Visitors can stroll along the pier in Skegness, feed the seals at the Natureland Seal Sanctuary, or enjoy the local market towns of Market Rasen and Gainsborough.
For heritage and history, as well as Lincoln Cathedral, there is the museum of Lincolnshire Life or the Ellis Windmill. There are many parks and gardens as well as the nature reserve. Which is a great place to enjoy a family picnic and peaceful walks
The low lying landscape of Lincolnshire means it’s a gentler place to enjoy cycling and walking. There are no steep hills to conquer, making it perfect for both young and old to enjoy these favourite pastimes. A number of our log cabins in Lincolnshire benefit from a range of on-site facilities and activities, including golf, fishing, farm activities for children and horse riding.
If you’re considering a log cabin holiday in Lincolnshire then take a look at some of our cabins located in this region.