This Lincolnshire leisure park is a perfect destination to spend a good part of your downtime fishing, as well as exploring this hidden gem of a county. The exposed redbrick pet-friendly Osprey lodge overlooks a lake with the best view from your own private hot tub.
Bird lovers will be in for a treat with the park’s resident colony of Mallard ducks. Lincoln is just under an 10 miles away, Newark in neighbouring Nottinghamshire, only 25 minutes by car and if you don’t want to waste precious fishing time, then there’s a pub just a leisurely 15-minute walk way.
First Class Luxury
A Hot Tub Haven
Osprey has two bedrooms and a roomy living area. The lodge’s unobstructed views of the fishing lake create a feeling of rural opulence.
Beds are made up for your arrival and towels are provided too. The spacious eat-in kitchen is ideal for an evening meal after a hard day’s fishing and the outdoor area with its hot tub is just perfect for breakfasts and midday meals.
A detached two-storey cottage, which has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a patio for el fresco dining and a private hot tub, where you can ease away the aches and pains of a day’s fishing in warm, bubbling water under the wide open Lincolnshire skies.
Osprey is double-glazed and centrally heated, making it a great destination for milder months.
Osprey welcomes dogs and if your best friend is well behaved there is plenty of place for him or her to exercise in the park.
There are more than a few walks and trails in the area that are ideal for our furry friends too. Take a trip into Lincoln or Newark, where most public areas are dog friendly.
In this section we take a look at the park and places you can visit. Also, what activities the surrounding areas have to offer.
There is only one lodge on site at the moment, so make sure you get your booking in early to avoid disappointment. Osprey sleeps up to four people, has its own hot tub and is pet-friendly to boot.
Up To 4 People
Overall rating - 90%
Location & surroundings - 94%
Helpfulness of staff - 95%
Value for money - 91%
From the tranquillity of the fishing lake, there is a cycling route all the way into Lincoln, where you can spend the day in one of the country’s most historic cities.
Lincoln Catherdral, dating back to medieval times, has been hailed as being one of the best of its kind in the country. Take a walk up Steep Hill at your leisure and onto Bail Gate, where you can visit Lincoln Castle or walk along the cobbled streets taking in the quaint butchers, bakers and craft shops.Newark is also full of history; from its castle ruins overlooking the river Trent to its Georgian market place it is a town with provenance.There are plenty of walking, rambling and cycling routes in the area. Whisby Nature Reserve is only three miles away and is a must-do for bird lovers. The diversity of the reserve makes it a haven for birds such as flocks of finches and warblers and resident chiffchaffs and terms. It is also one the few places you might spot a nightingale.Lincolnshire is home to a number of RAF bases, but the most well known has to be RAF Scampton, home of the Red Arrows. If you are love everything you are keen on anything aviation, a visit to the base’s heritage centre is a must.
For a chance to experience one of the country’s lesser known areas as well as an opportunity to catch carp, roach and tench on your doorstep then this has to be where next to book your break.
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