Where to stay

Base yourself in North Kesteven and enjoy everything on offer in and around the heart of Lincolnshire.

Doddington Hall - Holly Farm

Doddington Estate

Holly Farm is a Georgian farmhouse accommodating up to 10 people offering a cosy and ideal retreat for those who wish to explore the countryside, the perfect holiday cottage for your group of family or friends to celebrate a special occasion or just to spend quality time together.

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Elms Farm Cottages

Elms Farm Cottages

Award Winning Holiday Cottages. Relax and enjoy the peaceful Lincolnshire countryside with a stay in one of the nine self-catering cottages.

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Heath House Caravan Park

Heath House Caravan Park

A well maintained site with firm pitches within easy reach of historic Lincoln, its magnificent Cathedral and surrounding tourist area. Local aviation heritage sites to explore.

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Hilltop Farm Holidays - Hilltop barn

Hilltop Farm Holidays

Holly Farm is a Georgian farmhouse accommodating up to 10 people offering a cosy and ideal retreat for those who wish to explore the countryside, the perfect holiday cottage for your group of family or friends to celebrate a special occasion or just to spend quality time together.

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Manor House Stables - Hayloft Bathroom

Manor House Stables

The perfect retreat all year round, with wood-burning stoves, generous hampers, gorgeous gardens, relaxing baths and a very warm welcome.

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Thor’s Garden Homestead

Thor’s Garden Homestead

Self catering accommodation set in four acres of attractive countryside six miles from Lincoln. Here you can hire electric bikes and use maps to explore the history of Lincolnshire.

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Washingborough Hall Room

Washingborough Hall

Award Winning Lincoln Country House Hotel. Overlooking manicured lawns.

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