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Price and Availability Index Lincolnshire
Holiday Letting Price Information in Lincolnshire
The graph shows the average letting prices for the next twelve months in Lincolnshire. The most expensive week of the next 12 months is in July (14/07 - 21/07), where prices hit an average of £106 a night. The cheapest week to book a holiday rental is in March (02/03 - 09/03).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Lincolnshire
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Lincolnshire for the next twelve months. The week with the least available rentals is in June (02/06 - 09/06), with only 48% of the rentals available. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in October (13/10 - 20/10).
The weather in Lincolnshire
Above are the weather conditions for Lincolnshire. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Lincolnshire, with temperatures going under 1°. The month of March has nice weather with only 14 rainy days.
Discover Art, Culture and History with a Lincolnshire Holiday Letting
England’s historic county of Lincolnshire is known for its lively artistic and cultural scenes, amazing historic buildings and wonderful beaches. When you visit Lincolnshire, you can take in some of its lovely towns, such as the cathedral city of Lincoln, the seaside town of Grimsby and the small port village of Boston. There is an endless amount to discover here, making having the right accommodation is even more important. With a Lincolnshire holiday home, you can rest in comfort and with all the necessary amenities, so that you get the most out of your visit to the wonderful region.
Journey to Lincolnshire
Travelling to Lincolnshire is easy. If you are coming by air, you will most likely arrive at Humberside International Airport. This major transportation hub is located near Grimsby, which is only 50 km away from Lincoln, the county’s capital. From the airport you have the option of travelling to your Lincolnshire holiday home via public transportation. There are a number of buses departing from the airport that will take you to towns and also nearby train stations, such as Barnetby station. From here you can hop on an East Midlands train to reach further destinations.
You also have the option of taking a taxi or renting a car for greater comfort and convenience. If you are renting a car, or are travelling with your own vehicle, keep in mind that the longest motorway in the county is the A15 motorway, which travels through Lincolnshire from north to south. Lincoln is connected by a network of motorways, including the A46, the A57, the A15 and the A158. Book from a Lincolnshire holiday letting so you can head directly to your home away from home in the county.
Lincolnshire and its Sights
Lincolnshire is a county with a huge number of sights to visit, including many historical buildings. A highlight amongst these is the majestic Lincoln Cathedral, which is an incredible 12th century structure located in the heart of Lincoln. Another popular attraction in the city is Steep Hill, which is a street running down from the Cathedral. It hosts a number of quaint shops, tea rooms and pubs, and offers a taste of the what the city is all about.
If you want a holiday by the sea, consider a Lincolnshire holiday letting near Skegness, a sunny coastal town in the south of the county. The Natureland Seal Sanctuary is one of the area's most visited attractions, encompassing a zoo and an animal rescue centre. Being by the coast, Skegness also has some wonderful beaches and all the fun activities associated with the English seaside.
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Lincolnshire’s art and culture
Lincolnshire is a county with an exciting and varied cultural scene. Art lovers should visit the region’s wonderful galleries, including The Collection Gallery. Here you will find the Usher Gallery, showcasing a diverse collection of art, and an award-winning archaeology museum, both housed within a beautiful building.
The historic palace of Burghley House near Stamford, complete with contemporary sculpture garden, is also well worth a visit.
If you are interested in the performing arts, visit outstanding venues such as the Theatre Royal in Lincoln, a lavish concert hall which hosts a variety of productions from operas to comedy. The Stamford Shakespeare Company is another fantastic theatre which presents Shakespeare plays on a weekly basis.
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Lincolnshire and its Night Life
Lincolnshire's cities and towns offer a healthy array of nightlife options, from pubs to bars, nightclubs and performance venues. Experience a traditional pub atmosphere within a medieval building at the Adam and Eve Tavern, which happens to be Lincoln's oldest pub.
If you are looking for something more lively, check out the exciting bars and nightclubs dotted throughout the county, including the Engine Shed Club in Lincoln.
Whether you want to dance the night away or enjoy a relaxing evening by the fire in one of Lincolnshire's many cosy, country pubs, you are sure to relish your evenings in the county. Of course, having the comfort of your own Lincolnshire holiday letting to return to, gives you that extra peace of mind.
Lincolnshire: Ancient history meets the modern day
Once the world’s tallest building, Lincoln Cathedral has many ancient features and houses the Wren Library. Open to visitors daily, the cathedral has been a centre for life in Lincoln for hundreds of years.
Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre
Located on an original WW2 airfield, this centre hosts flight displays and battle re-enactments. The museum tells the story of the many men of the Bomber Command who died during the Second World War.
Housing an original 1215 Magna Carta, Lincoln Castle is an imposing place. Explore ancient dungeons, towers and experience a Victorian prison with its solitary cells.
Museum of Lincolnshire Life
Celebrating Lincolnshire’s rich history, this museum has displays artefacts from 1750 to present day. It is also home to a working Victorian kitchen and a First World War tank.
Natureland Seal Sanctuary
Home to seals, penguins, flamingoes, crocodiles, and more; the Natureland Seal Sanctuary is a family day out children will love.
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