Places to Go

Lincolnshire has got some beautiful places that have kept a tight grip onto their history and culture. Here we talk about our experiences around the county and give some insights into where you might want to visit during your stay.

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    Book Your Lincoln Christmas Party Venue

    Written by: Charlotte Barnes on August 24, 2015

    Famous across the UK for its history and remarkable architecture, it is sometimes easy to forget that Lincoln has a thriving nightlife and social scene as well. With dozens of fantastic hotels in Lincoln, as...

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    Celebrate Wife Appreciation Day In Style!

    Written by: Charlotte Barnes on August 4, 2015

    Sunday September 20th is Wife Appreciation Day and we thought you might be in need of inspiration on how to celebrate in style. Earn extra brownie points with this occasion as she won’t see it...

  • Bransby Horses

    Written by: June Russell on April 23, 2015

    Bransby Horses is a charity and rescue centre for horses, ponies, donkeys and mules – and a great place if you’re looking for things to do in Lincolnshire. Located in 600 acres of beautiful Lincolnshire countryside, Bransby...

  • Guest Post: Tallington Lakes

    Written by: Bryony Smithers on April 8, 2015

    Situated at the heart of the fens of South Lincolnshire between the picturesque market towns of Bourne and Stamford, Tallington Lakes is a residential lake with a twist. With 205 acres of spring water-fed lakes...

  • Lincoln South Common And Its View of Lincoln

    Written by: Steve Worthington on February 12, 2014

    Panting relentlessly, eyes peeled for horse deposits and rabbit holes, I clamber up ‘my hill’. Once I reach the peak I turn around and look over the whole of Lincoln, the cathedral more pronounced than...

  • How Newark Can Be Seen As A Little Lincoln

    Written by: Steve Worthington on February 12, 2014

    Now I know Newark isn’t in Lincolnshire but at a train ride of 24 minutes and at a cost of £5.70 (£3.75 with a railcard) for a return, it really should be (Come on it...

  • Popular Markets in Lincoln

    Written by: June Russell on October 4, 2013

    Lincoln has some very popular markets to choose from. Whether you’re looking for organic produce, home-made preserves, or good value clothes and toys, Lincoln has a market selling what you require. Lincoln Indoor Market Lincoln’s...

  • Bailgate, Lincoln

    Written by: June Russell on October 4, 2013

    At the heart of the Cathedral Quarter is Lincoln’s Bailgate, home to up-market independent shops, restaurants and hotels. Here you will find superb shops located next to the odd Roman ruin, facing Lincoln Castle, or...

  • Lincolnshire Market Towns

    Written by: June Russell on July 2, 2013

    From Alford, Horncastle and Louth in the glorious Lincolnshire Wolds, to Stamford and Market Deeping in the south, Lincolnshire’s market towns are many and varied. The market towns of Lincolnshire make a great day out,...

  • Holidays in Lincolnshire

    Written by: June Russell on June 29, 2013

    There’s plenty to do with your friends, family or for yourself if you’re looking to get away from a busy or stressful lifestyle. Lincolnshire has miles of beautiful coastline along the North Sea and also...

  • Parking Near Lincoln Cathedral

    Written by: June Russell on May 11, 2013

    Although there is no dedicated parking at Lincoln Cathedral, there is free parking (restricted to 60 minutes) outside the cathedral. There are several car parks within a 5 minute walk from Lincoln Cathedral and many...

  • Woodhall Spa

    Written by: June Russell on March 4, 2013

    Woodhall Spa is a delightful spa town that still retains a feeling of Edwardian gentility. Nestling next to beautiful pine woods, Woodhall Spa  is the ideal location for a short break. With excellent hotels, a...