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Hotels, Cottages, B&Bs & Glamping in Lincolnshire


Out on a limb in England's far east, the county of Lincolnshire is a bridge between East Anglia to the southeast and Yorkshire to the north – and in fact, features one end of an actual bridge, the mighty span that is the Humber Bridge, one of the UK's most dramatic structures. It's a largely rural county, and largely flat, and largely left alone by the rest of Britain, but to ignore it would be to miss a trick or two. For a start there's beautiful Lincoln, first settled by the Romans and a major metropolis in medieval times – the Cathedral was the tallest building in the world between the 14th and 16th centuries, and the historic streets are a joy to explore. The curving Lincolnshire coast has always been a holiday destination for hardy sun-seekers – the North Sea wind does few favours – and in Skegness, Mablethorpe and Cleethorpes are three of the UK's more traditional family-oriented resorts. Wildlife watchers can find seals hauled out on the beaches, while inland the Lincolnshire Wolds present a rolling mix of hills and valleys, interspersed by attractive medieval villages. Having made the effort to visit, stay a while – country house hotels, picture-postcard B&Bs, coastal glamping sites and rustic holiday cottages are found right across the county, and this is one corner of England where you'll always have space to spare.
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