B&B Accessible Holidays in Lincolnshire

Hilltop Farm - breakfast tableAccessibility is an important issue when choosing your Farmstay accommodation. If you suffer from a physical disability, are feeling the aches and pains of your autumn years or for any other health issues, choose Farmstay to meet all your needs. Take all the stress out of your next Farmstay break away and go for bed and breakfast. Accessible rooms come in variety of forms. Some are basic, and just involve the room being on one level which is perfect for those who need a minor bit of help. Others have more substantial mobility aides and you’ll be sure to find something that suites your accommodation needs.

After enjoying a great night’s sleep in your easily accessible Farmstay room you’ll get to enjoy a sensational Lincolnshire Farmstay breakfast. This can be one of the best parts of your stay, with a proper breakfast being a great way to start you day and will leave you feeling very ready to go seeking a new Lincolnshire adventure. Breakfast usually comes in two forms, continental which can be a range of cereals, breads meats and chesses, or a full English. The full English breakfast consists of reginal variations of eggs (fired, poached, scrambled or boiled), bacon, mushrooms sausage and fried bread. Some Farmstay properties offer a mixture of both full English and continental. Check with your Farmstay host for the breakfast on offer to suite your particular needs. In this county, Lincolnshire sausage is a particular delicacy, with its unique and tasty herbs and spices making it’s a definite treat and a must try. Farmstay properties will cater to any mobility or disability issues that may be associated with breakfast, check what facilities are available to meet your needs be checking with your friendly Farmstay host. They’ll only be too happy to answer questions and help with issues as and when they arise.
Waingrove Farm - sunset

Why not explore some different areas of Lincolnshire during your trip. With many picturesque areas to choose from, why not pick the quaint market town of Louth. With lots of interesting and unique shops, good restaurants and attractive church you’ll be spoilt for choice in what to explore next. You could also visit the mount pleasant windmill at Kirton Lindsey. Here you can explore bread making, purchase some of the products manufactured on site and enjoy some of the local produce in the tearoom. Lincolnshire plus bread is a particularly tasty local delicacy.

So why not choose Farmstay for your next accessible friendly holiday. Search for your accessible accommodation in the bar to the left.

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Redhouse Farm Bed & Breakfast

Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Private, peaceful ground-floor en-suite B&B rooms set in the grounds of Redhouse Farm overlooking pony...

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£50 -£90 per room per night
2-5 in 2 Rooms
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The Grange

Market Rasen, Lincolnshire

Nestled between Lincoln and the Wolds, this award winning Georgian Bed and Breakfast farmhouse provides an...

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£60 -£85 per room per night
1-2 in 3 Rooms
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Ivy Farm

Newark, Nottinghamshire

A comfortable farm B&B, nestled in the Nottinghamshire countryside. Handy for Newark showground. A convenient...

£50 -£95 per room per night
2-4 in 4 Rooms
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