Short Breaks in Lincolnshire
Wherever you decide to stay in Lincolnshire you’re bound to find something interesting and exciting to do during your short break. With coastal resorts such as Cleethorpes, Mablethorpe and Skegness offering the quintessential seaside experience you’ll be spoilt for choice. Grab a stick of rock, munch on a 99 ice-cream and have that national favourite dish of fish and chips. Buy a bucket and spade and see if you can build a big enough sand castle to take on the oncoming tide.
Cleethorpes also offers spectacular nature watching where large salt marches provide a large habitat for the unique wildlife of the British coast.
Many of our Farm Stay properties and child friendly places to stay. With so many family activities in the county, you will be spoilt for choice. Feeling brave and fancy a new experience during your Farmstay short break? Why not try the new sport of kite surfing at Mablethorpe. Kite surfing combines the best of surfing and the fun of kite flying. If that doesn’t give you a Farmstay short break to remember, nothing will!
During your short break you’ll find each part of the county has a unique experience for all tastes. If beaches and coast aren’t you thing then why not go for a short break in a more citified area. Perhaps explore more central Lincolnshire and experience the juxtaposition of medieval and modern in Lincoln. The ancient city of Lincoln is defiantly worth an exploration. The city offers a castle complete with battlements, court house, prison and traditional crafts centre with an excellent refurbished visitors centre. A short walk from the castle is ones of the most spectacular cathedrals in England, with mighty towers stretching high into the Lincolnshire skies and dominating the skyline for miles around. Again this site is complete with visitors centre and surrounded by a historical quarter. After all that history, make your way down the aptly named Steep Hill, where you’ll find lots of independent shops, cafes and restaurants offering some great Lincolnshire produce, to the modern town. You’ll find lots of high street shops as well as a well-appointed market. Why not add a romantic flavour to your short break and have a romantic meal for two in one of the cities eateries. After visiting Lincoln why not visit the historic aviation monument nearby and appreciate the areas proud aviation history.
For a short break in Lincolnshire, you’ll be spoilt for choice on what to do, but more importantly what to eat, as good food can make or break a holiday experience. With excellent local restaurants, cuisine and produce Lincolnshire if fast becoming a locations for people to visit. The famous smoked Lincolnshire poacher cheese might not be to everyone’s taste but provides a rich aromatic taste for the plate. At the county showground near Lincoln there’s is an annual food festival and many local towns and cities boast excellent farmer’s markets that truly show off the best of local fare on offer.