About the county of Lincolnshire

Situated in the East Midlands, it's one of England's largest counties second in size only to Yorkshire. It was traditionally divided into three areas: Lindsey in the north, Kesteven in the south-west and Holland in the south-east.

Map of Lincolnshire

Great Diversity

The usual response when discussing Lincolnshire is a dismissive it's flat. In reality, Lincolnshire is comprised of vast areas of flatness. However, Lincolnshire is also a county of great diversity from the iconic towers of Lincoln Cathedral to the miles of breathtaking sandy beaches along the Lincolnshire Coastline. You'll find the beautiful, bustling stone town of Stamford contrasting with the rolling hills of The Lincolnshire Wolds which have been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty and serves as perfect walking country.

Coastal Towns

Lincolnshire is also home to some of the most well known seaside resorts within the United Kingdom such as Skegness and Cleethorpes. For sheer variety there's no better place to visit than Lincolnshire.

Places To Stay

You'll find an extensive and varied range of accommodation should you choose to explore this wonderful county. Cottages, hotels and bed & breakfasts are plentiful and can be found in some wonderful towns and villages.

Something For Everyone

If you're looking to escape to one of the most unspoilt parts of rural England you can have it all in Lincolnshire. Whether planning a holiday, a weekend break or just an exploration of the county, with such a diverse range of things to do and places to stay there really is something for everyone.