The county of Lincolnshire is spoiled for exciting and fascinating attractions. From the glorious natural coastline to the smattering of elegant country houses and castles, there's no shortage of things to keep you entertained. Thanks to the impressive supply of attractions and fine hotels in Lincolnshire, the area is becoming increasingly popular with travellers in the United Kingdom.
The Sir Joseph Banks Conservatory
One of the county's most exciting and unique tourist attractions lies in Lincoln
itself. The Sir Joseph Banks Conservatory is a tropical conservatory housing a broad collection of natural treasures that commemorate the journey of the British explorer and naturalist to Australia.
In addition to a varied selection of plant life, the conservatory also houses a spectacular aquarium, with some impressively large koi carp. On-site there's also a gift shop and a place for visitors to grab a refreshment.
The conservatory is set in the grounds of the Lawn, a 19th Century building located a short distance from Lincoln Castle. Elsewhere on the grounds, visitors will find children's play areas, an orangery and a rose garden.
Accommodation near the Conservatory
A memorable holiday isn't only about visiting first-rate attractions, it's also about the accommodation that you choose as well. Fortunately, there's a lot to choose from in Lincolnshire. Close to Lincoln itself is the Waggon and Horses, an adults-only bed and breakfast that houses its own restaurant, and provides free WiFi and coffee making facilities in guest rooms.
Visitors to Lincoln who are looking for something more rural can find Langdale Lodge Bed and Breakfast, situated in Langworth, a short journey north-east of Lincoln. In addition to some fine guest rooms, the property also boasts a pretty garden, complete with barbecue grills.
As the staff at hotels in Lincolnshire will tell you, you're never far from a worthwhile attraction in the east Midlands. As well as visiting the Sir Joseph Banks Conservatory, there's plenty to see and do around Lincoln. Lincoln Castle is a major site dating back to the 11th Century. The town's cathedral is also well worth a visit, while the Arboretum offers a peaceful place to unwind in the summer months.