Lincolnshire Holiday Parks & Lodges

Nestled in the picturesque landscapes of the England's East Midlands, Lincolnshire beckons travellers with its hidden charms and rich history. This fascinating county offers a delightful blend of natural beauty, historic treasures and picturesque villages with a warm sense of community. Step back in time as you explore the historic city of Lincoln, home to the majestic Lincoln Cathedral and the iconic Lincoln Castle; breathe in the fresh air of the Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with scenic valleys and charming villages; or visit the sandy beaches and traditional amusements of seaside resorts like Skegness and Mablethorpe. From coast to countryside, our lodges and holiday parks in Lincolnshire are perfectly placed for a memorable holiday in England with your loved ones. From luxury lodges with private hot tubs to dog-friendly holiday parks for all the family, we have a wide range of holiday homes in Lincolnshire to suit all tastes and budgets.

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Dog friendly lodges in Lincolnshire

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Holiday parks with hot tubs in Lincolnshire

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Inspiration for your holiday in Lincolnshire

Discover history and culture on a city break in Lincoln...
A holiday in Lincoln showcases the best of the county's rich heritage. Lincolnshire Castle, built by William the Conqueror in 1068, has magnificent vantage points that look out across the city. Explore the Victoria Prison or go underground to the vault that holds the Magna Carta. Next door is the awe-inspiring Lincoln Cathedral. Its Gothic spires, which can be seen for miles around, held the record for the world's tallest building for over two centuries. Those wanting to walk up The Steep (yes, it is a very steep hill!) from town to view these spectacular buildings will be rewarded. Base yourself in one of our Lincoln holiday homes and make the most of local attractions both in the city centre and beyond.

Explore the Lincolnshire countryside on a family holiday or romantic retreat...
Escape to the serene countryside of Lincolnshire, where rolling hills, expansive skies and charming villages create an idyllic backdrop. Discover the beauty of the Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with its gentle hills and scenic walking trails. The county is packed with National Trust treasures, such as Belton House, Tattershall Castle, and Doddington Hall and Gardens, a perfect spot for a picnic or to view the magnificent houses and learn about their lively history. With a range of exciting seasonal events make sure you plan your visit to coincide with them. Lincolnshire is also renowned for its agricultural heritage, with vast fields and charming farmsteads dotting the landscape. Embrace the local flavours by sampling Lincolnshire sausages, locally grown produce and traditional ales. Our holiday parks in Market Rasen and lodges in Boston make it easy to explore some of the most beautiful parts of the Lincolnshire countryside.

Head for a coastal getaway on Lincoln's lively east coast...
The Lincolnshire Coast appeals to a variety of holidaymakers, whether you're looking for family fun at one of the lively seaside resorts, scenic walks along the Lincolnshire Coast Path, or wildlife watching at Donna Nook National Nature Reserve and Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve. Enjoy a traditional seaside family holiday in Skegness, known for its endless entertainment options, family-friendly beach and the iconic, amusement-filled Skegness pier. A holiday in Mablethorpe, slightly further up the coast, offers a similarly quintessentially British experience by the sea, with two miles of beaches, a fairground, a seal sanctuary and even a sand train on offer. Our Lincolnshire holiday homes give you plenty of choice, making it easy to find the right location and budget to suit everyone. Many of our Lincolnshire holiday parks and lodges benefit from onsite recreational facilities, such as indoor pools, private hot tubs and kids clubs, so whatever the weather you can still create lasting memories with your loved ones.

View of Lincoln Cathedral and city centre in Lincolnshire, England