Lincolnshire is one of the obvious choices for a weekend break away. Its easily accessible via major road links but is unlike anywhere else in the United Kingdom. The peace and quiet, the slower pace of life and the famously generous and friendly locals are just some of the reasons to visit. Lincolnshire Farmstay properties offer a unique opportunity to spend the weekend on a working farm in idyllic Lincolnshire scenery. What could be more perfect.
After snatching the opportunity for a quick weekend break away the last thing you want to be doing is cooking. So, take the fuss out of your weekend break and choose Farmstay bed and breakfast for your accommodation. After a good night’s sleep, the one thing you don’t want to be about is finding breakfast. Well, you are in luck as Lincolnshire has some of the best produce available. What constitutes a breakfast varies from property to property. The traditional b & b options are a continental style breakfast or a full English. A continental breakfast can consist of a variety of breads, cereals, meats or cheeses. While a full English is made up of eggs, bacon, beans, sausages and fried breads (with some regional variations, such as black pudding). Lincolnshire is particularly famous for its tasty sausages, so be sure to look out for this on your weekend break away.
Why not choose to visit some historical areas and appreciate the rich history that Lincolnshire has. Lincoln city has a mighty cathedral, ancient castle and other historical sites to explore. There’s is also a new aviation museum within site if the city which is a must for students of modern history. Near the city of Lincoln, the undeniable historic heart of Lincolnshire, lies Doddington Hall. This large Elizabethan house has an impressive interior to marvel and appreciate a forgotten age of decadence. With a large and attractive garden, restaurant and farm shop to explore this is an excellent choice for your weekend break away.
So why not choose a bed and breakfast break for your next Farmstay weekend away in the bar to the left.