Hot Tub Breaks in Lincolnshire
Sitting in the heart of England, surrounded by countryside and coast, Lincolnshire offers a whole range of staycations – whatever the dream holiday looks like for you.
Hot Tub Breaks In Lincolnshire
Dubbed Britain’s Best Small City, Lincolnshire might not be as brash as Manchester or London but it offers so much to see and do – whether you’re into entertainment, culture, history or even food. As well as a historic city centre, holidays in Lincolnshire offer coastal relaxation and countryside exploration. Home to market towns and quaint villages surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty as well as walking trails and impressive attractions, there really is no end to the things you can do in the region.
Of course, when you’re not exploring Lincolnshire, you need a luxury lodge to rest your head in. And, let us tell you, you’re sure to be impressed by the accommodation we have on offer. You see, whether you’re planning a short break or longer trip, Lincolnshire won’t disappoint. But one thing that’s guaranteed to put the cherry on top is a private hot tub in your own private accommodation.
Think lodges with hot tubs amidst the East of England’s best rural landscapes. Those modern properties in the heart of the City of Lincoln with swimming pools and views of Lincoln Cathedral. And that’s before we even mention our dog-friendly and pet-friendly log cabins which means a hot tub holiday can be for the whole family. So, what are you waiting for? Wave goodbye to the airport queues and long-haul stresses and start planning for a trip to one of the UK’s lesser known destinations. We promise you won’t look back.
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Large groups will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the region’s bustling cities, couples can reignite the spark in some of the UK’s most incredible countryside and families are sure to find something to please all ages at award-winning seaside resorts that look like something off a postcard.
Best for? A cultured city break
Lincoln might be a busy city but it’s so far away from the likes of Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool. You see, as well as the lively character that UK cities are renowned for, Lincoln also has age, heritage and history. It’s a cathedral city for starters with beautiful monuments and architecture lining the streets. The castle is even one of the UK’s best-preserved Norman fortresses and has a few special features. Here, you’ll find one of the only copies of the Magna Carta too.
Best for? Countryside adventures
A market town, Horncastle offers laidback staycations with good food and a weekly market on Thursdays and Sundays – which is the ideal place to stock up on treats and gifts for those back home. Plus, if you’re into antiques, you’ll be spoilt for choice here as the town has more antique shops than any other place in the county! That’s not all either as you’re ideally located to Lincolnshire Wolds if you stay here – making it the perfect pitstop for those exploring a little further afield.
Best for? A day at the beach
Possibly one of the UK’s most loved seaside resorts, Skegness has been drawing in visitors for hundreds of years. There’s the pier, sandy beaches, amusement rides and plenty of bars and restaurants. But families also enjoy the Natureland Seal Sanctuary – which is where baby seal pups are rescued and then released back into the wild when they’re strong enough. You won’t want to forget your camera for this one!
Best for? Laidback holidays
Life in Spalding is slow-paced but it’s a great base for family staycations who want to be away from the hustle and bustle. That’s not to say that Spalding doesn’t have its own attractions. Every year the local Flower Festival pops up and, in the summer, tourists hop onto the Spalding Water Taxi to get around. If you’re in the area, you don’t want to miss Ayscoughfee Hall either – a 15th century house that still looks the same way it did when it was first built!
Best for? Traditional beachside fun
Another popular seaside resort, Cleethorpes began as a small fishing village before turning into the much-loved beach that it is today. It’s even won Pier of the Year and the restaurant at the end is definitely worth visiting. Plus, when you’re not lazing on the beach and trying your luck in the arcades, there’s plenty of family-friendly activities to enjoy. Our favourite has got to be crazy golf!
The best activities in Lincolnshire
New Theatre Royal
Comedy, dance, contemporary, musical theatre – Lincoln’s New Theatre Royal has a calendar that’s jam-packed with shows and events for all ages. Plus, the theatre itself offers an incredible taste of architecture as it was built in the Victorian times. Head for a matinee performance or get all dressed up for a night at the theatre – and don’t forget to order some drinks for half time!
Wolds Wildlife Park
Lions, tigers, bears – at Wolds Wildlife Park, you can meet some of the world’s scariest animals! Plus, regular animal experiences led by experts gives you the chance to feed and touch some of the animals and even be a zookeeper for the day! Ideally located in Horncastle, you’re also never too far from a cafe or pub for those who prefer to not get so close to lions!
You don’t need to dive deep into the sea to get up close and personal with some of the world’s most impressive animals. After a morning at the local seal sanctuary, why not head to the aquarium to see sharks, rays and other sea creatures. A play area and cafe makes it a great place for families of all ages to spend the day at too.
Gordon Boswell Romany Museum
Gordon Boswell was known for his huge collection of artefacts and photos relating to the traditional Gypsy wagon. And at the Gordon Boswell Romany Museum,, you’ll find everything he owned as well as a range of carriages and horse-drawn coaches. Not only is it a feast for the eyes but it’s a great way to learn about some of the UK’s lesser known history.
Cleethorpes Coast Railway
Whether you want to get from A-B quicker or just want to shelter from the UK’s summer drizzle, the Cleethorpes Coast Railway is just the thing. Operating from Cleethorpes Leisure Centre to Buck Beck, visitors can climb aboard a traditional steam train before enjoying a scenic journey along Lincolnshire’s coastline. It’s a great way to see everything that this area has to offer and the views are pretty incredible too.