Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Lincolnshire
A hot tub cottage sounds like a brilliant idea, doesn’t it? Especially if you have been working all the year without a break. Lazy evenings, your favourite drink in hand gazing at the stars while enjoying the tranquil surroundings, well look no further.
Our list of hot tub cottages in Lincolnshire will go a long way in helping you realise your dream. They say that "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy’ and here at Hot Tub Hideaways, we agree. So, pack those bags and start planning your break at one of these luxurious cottages with hot tubs.
Lincolnshire boasts a friendly welcome with plenty to see and do for all the family, nestled in the East of England this country has more than its fair share of heritage and culture, combine that with beautiful landscapes, glorious beaches and you are pretty much guaranteed a fantastic time.
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Come with family and friends. If you have a pet, don’t leave them behind our pet-friendly cottages with hot tubs mean Fido gets to come along too. Whether you are looking at a weekend break or staying longer. Lincolnshire offers a warm welcome with plenty of attractions to visit whatever the time of year.
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Lincolnshire
To help you have a brilliant holiday in Lincolnshire, we have come up with a list of attractions to use as inspiration for your stay including:
1. Museum of Lincolnshire Life
Located in the heart of Lincoln, this museum celebrates the social history of Lincolnshire from 1750 to the present day, with a variety of exhibits illustrating domestic, commercial, industrial and agricultural life through the ages. Among the items on display is a Mark IV tank called "Flirt" that was developed by a local company during the height of WWI. Educational, fun and free the Museum of Lincolnshire Life is a great way to spend a couple of hours with the kids.
2. Natureland Seal Sanctuary
Located in on the seafront in Skegness this seal sanctuary opened in 1965 and is great for all the family. Make sure you are there for feeding time when there are informative talks about the seals and penguins, check out the crocodiles in the tropical house or feed the goats, rabbits and small furries in the pet corner. It also incorporates a seal hospital where orphan baby seals are looked after before being released back into the sea.
3. Lincoln Cathedral
Did you know that Lincoln Cathedral was once the tallest building in the world? Commissioned by William the Conqueror in the 11th century. Despite its size the interior of this building is full of intricate detail and is a must see for anyone visiting the area. It is also home to one of only 4 copies of the Magna Carta. The legendary Lincoln Imp who was supposedly turned to stone can also be found inside the Cathedral.
4. Belvoir Castle
This magical castle looks like something out of a fairy-tale. It has been the ancestral home of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland for almost a thousand years. The name means beautiful view in French and with its turrets looking out over the Vale of Belvoir near Grantham with its spectacular scenery it's easy to see why it was given that title. With stunning interiors to marvel at, including the Elizabeth saloon and the King's room, a wealth of heirlooms and art to gaze upon and landscaped gardens including the formal gardens and Japanese woodland make a visit here one to be remembered.
5. Doddington Hall
Another stately home well worth a visit is Doddington Hall. This enormous Elizabethan mansion can be found just outside Lincoln. A beloved family home, steeped in history from 1600 when it was completed, this mansion is famous for its magnificent gardens. 5 acres of wild and romantic walled gardens. There is also a walled kitchen garden where they grow produce for the popular restaurant and farm shop. The breathtaking gardens, however, are not all there is to see at this superb attraction, the impressive interior also offers a wealth of art, collections, furniture and ceramics in beautiful rooms steeped in history, there is even a spooky ghost story attached to this place.
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6. The Collection
This is the name given to the City and County Museum which is an award-winning archeological venue along with the Usher art gallery across the road. Between the 2, you will have a chance to see some of the best paintings in Lincolnshire along with a wide range of historic exhibitions throughout the year. Each attraction has its own guide which brings history to life for both kids and adults.
7. Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre
Lincolnshire has a rich aviation heritage and this attraction celebrates this with a guided tour around the historic aircraft hangar and airfield. Planes on show include a Lancaster Bomber, 6 Spitfires, Hurricanes, Chipmunks and a Douglas Dakota ZA947. Although these planes can be seen at air displays around the UK and Europe it is a unique experience seeing them up close, chat to the pilot and crew or even book a VIP Taxy ride in the impressive Lancaster Bomber.
8. Fantasy Island
Fantasy Island is an amusement park located near Skegness a mere stone's throw from the sea. Thrilling roller coasters, water rides, live character shows, amusement arcades and soft play for the little ones make this a value for money fun attraction for all the family. Fantasy island is also home to the largest seven-day market in Europe where you can shop for everything from gifts, clothing and electrical items. You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the many cafes, bars and restaurants situated throughout the park where you can enjoy a bite to eat or much welcome drink.
9. Lincolnshire Wildlife Park
One of the UK's largest animal sanctuaries and home to over 2000 birds including a large collection of parrots Lincolnshire Wildlife Park offers something for everyone and is a fantastic day out for young and old. Visit the 11 Bengal tigers, meerkats, lemurs and other animals. The sanctuary also offers premium animal experiences including feeding and photo opportunities with the tigers a truly memorable encounter. Enjoy lunch in the Rainforest diner or stroll through the walkway with over 300 free-flying birds. For a truly unique day out Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is a must.
10. Tallington Lakes Leisure and Ski Centre
Located in Stamford, Lincolnshire this attraction offers a variety of activities for all the family to try. It boasts an outdoor heated swimming pool, so bring a costume along with a 120 metre dry ski slope perfect for skiing, snowboarding and tobogganing. There is off-road karting for the children and a variety of water sports on offer including jet skiing, waterboarding and water zorbing to name a few. After all the action of a day spent here you will definitely be looking forward to relaxing soak back at your holiday home with hot tub.
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