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It is as beautiful as any home you may see photographed in The House and Garden magazine. The owners were lovely and the breakfast was fresh and delicious. The setting was rural but very convenient for main roads and the City of Lincoln.
From its bustling market towns to its unspoiled coastal nature reserves, the East Midlands county of Lincoln is simply packed with things to offer the discerning holidaymaker. Whether your thing is relaxing on the hotel grounds and getting the most from the ample facilities, or heading out into the countryside to get a look at the local wildlife, Lincolnshire is sure to satisfy you on this year's break.
It's not just attractions that make the county an appealing destination choice. With an increasing number of people opting to spend their holidays in Lincolnshire, the county is now home to an impressive spread of fine luxury hotels. So if you’re looking for a five star hotel with all the trimmings and a welcome that’s as warm as the in-house sauna, there's never been a better time to pack your bags and head for the East Midlands!
As Lincolnshire is such a friendly county, it's a great place to opt for some intimate accommodation. The Brant House Bed and Breakfast offers exactly that, just outside Lincoln in the rural hamlet of Stragglethorpe.
The five star property is finished to a high standard, offering guests a selection of superb facilities. The small, boutique space also comes with special service from helpful staff members, along with fresh flowers in the rooms and roaring log fires in the evenings and chilly winter afternoons.
Year round, the Lincolnshire countryside is a great place for keen walkers. Of course, there's no end of attractions in nearby Lincoln, either.
Even if you're not staying in central Lincoln, the city is well worth a visit during your time in the county. With a large historical district, Lincoln is a city that wears its heritage and its heart proudly on its sleeve.
The Castle and Cathedral are the city's two biggest attractions, but there's plenty more to see and do around the city streets. The Usher Gallery is an obvious choice for art-lovers, possessing a broad collection loosely focused on the landscapes and history of this special county. There are plenty of independent shops to browse by day and bars and restaurants to browse by night.
The finest five star hotels in Lincolnshire will all tell you that a successful stay is all about the entire experience. Winteringham Fields, situated a short drive outside of Scunthorpe takes precisely this view. In addition to being set in amongst some spectacularly beautiful grounds, the hotel features an exceptional restaurant, the menu of which features fresh local produce.
The fine dining experience at the five star Winteringham Fields isn't only on offer for guests at leisure. The hotel also hosts corporate dining at a similarly high level. As you'd expect, the venue is also available to hire for weddings.
A large part of Lincolnshire's charm stems from its stunning coastline. Even if you're not staying on the coast, it's well worth a visit. The county is home to numerous nature reserves, which offer unspoiled walks for keen ramblers and exciting wildlife for the kids. The seaside resort of Skegness is another popular choice for families.