HOTELS IN Lincolnshire

About Lincolnshire

With its long coastline on the North Sea, Lincolnshire offers a wealth of attractions. Its rural landscape was home to a relatively large number of working farms until the mid-20th century, and many villages still boast thatched cottages. The county has over 20 preserved windmills, and more than 50 listed buildings dating from before 1890. There are 18 market towns, including Grantham and Spalding.

Eating And Drinking In Lincolnshire

Eating And Drinking In Lincolnshire

Cloisters is a popular family run Italian Bistro based in the centre of Stamford. The menu includes traditional Italian dishes such as Spaghetti Bolognese, Lasagna and Parmigiana di Melanzane, as well as a selection of lighter options such as Ravioli and Gnocchi.

Los Burritos is a Mexican restaurant and cocktail bar located in Boston town centre. They are extremely proud to be a small, independent business who offers a unique dining experience. Serving great food and drinks is not only about the kitchen or bar but also about making sure that every guest enjoys themselves while they eat and drink at Los.

The Green Man Ropsley is an award-winning country pub in the heart of Lincolnshire offering a delicious traditional menu. From free range lamb, wild game and woodland mushrooms to hand-prepared steak pies, fish & chips and scrumptious desserts including homemade ice cream and sorbets we are sure you will find something for every taste.

Shopping In Lincolnshire

Shopping In Lincolnshire

Waterside Shopping Centre is a popular modern shopping centre located in Lincoln’s town centre.  In the heart of Lincoln, Waterside is home to a variety of retailers including fashion shops, beauty stores and fast-food outlets.

A unique shopping experience, situated in the heart of Skegness, The Hildreds Centre has all you need. From your favourite independents to multi-national chains like Boots, M&S and WHSmith; as well as a range of restaurants, cafes, and bars.

Situated in the heart of Grantham, the George Centre is a stunning 'boutique' shopping and business centre that successfully mixes both smaller independent and big chains. The result is a shopping experience like no other: you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to brands and retailers.


Things To Do In Lincolnshire

Things To Do In Lincolnshire

Built in Lincoln, England, during the late 11th century by William the Conqueror on the site of a pre-existing Roman fortress, Lincoln Castle is surrounded by history. Discover its role as a royal residence, prison, and courtroom, and learn how it became one of the most important castles in medieval England.

The Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway was opened in 1948 as a tourist attraction. Initially it was established as a 10-inch gauge railway, a year after opening the line was re-laid to feature a double layout. It operates mainly from April to October and runs from East Float Road near the Cleethorpes Leisure Centre.

Natureland Seal Sanctuary is an animal attraction in Skegness, located on the coast and only five minutes away from one of Britain's-biggest indoor water park. Visitors can see seals basking, performing, and sliding down their slide while they wait for their food in a comfy enclosure.

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