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B&B Walking Holidays in Lincolnshire

When choosing your next walking holiday why not consider Farm Stay bed and breakfast in Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire is a famously beautiful county, with countryside & fenland walks, attractive water ways and a spectacular coastline to explore. Walking Holidays Lincolnshire Farmhouse B&B Lincolnshire Wolds

Enjoy a very warm welcome at a Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast , with comfortable spacious en-suite rooms and a delicious Farmhouse Breakfast to wake up to! Prepared using fresh local produce, often from the farm, with some local variations of sausage & bacon. Some Farm Stay properties offer a more continental style breakfast consisting of cereals, fruits and breads. Please contact your friendly host to discuss any dietary requirements. The Grange - pond
In the guest lounge you will probably find a  a roaring fire to relax in front of after a days walking, and of course in wonderful rural settings the farms offer amazing star gazing opportunities. There will also be plenty of opportunities for Bird Watching and some farms have fishing for a more relaxing pastime.
Lincolnshire has a varied countryside for both experienced and amateur walkers. The canal systems showcasing our industrial past provide excellent walking trails, such as the Fossdyke Canal Trail and Louth Canal. The many picturesque villages have local pubs that provide good places to eat and a chance to sample local beers and produces. The coastlines of Lincolnshire are pretty, with accessible walks, trails and nature reserves for you to enjoy, and of course the wonderful Lincolnshire Wolds have endless walks.Walking Breaks Lincolnshire Wolds B&B accommodation farm stay holidays   Lincolnshire also has some impressive historical sites for you to explore during your walking holiday. One particularly hidden gem is Thornton Abbey which is located to the north of Lincolnshire and rears unexpectedly out of the surround grasslands and is well worth a visit during your walking tour. The city of Lincoln is also an impressive city to visit and explore, with Brayford Waterfront and the aptly named Steep Hill with lovely independent shops to browse around. There is stunning medieval architecture and the castle and cathedral makes this a must for any visit to Lincolnshire. (Image ELDC)

Alternatively Farm Stay also offers  Self-Catering holiday cottages in Lincolnshire ideal for walking.

So why not choose a Farm Stay bed and breakfast for your next walking holiday?

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