Renting Lincolnshire holiday cottages are a great way to see this county offering both beautiful countryside and a coastline which includes the interesting towns of Grimsby and Skegness.The opportunity to visit working windmills, canal boats, traditional markets, Georgian Louth, medieval Stamford, the antique shops of Horncastle, and tours of the bulb field of Spalding when they are in full bloom, will keep you going during the year.

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This large rural holiday cottage in the Lincolnshire Wolds near Horncastle offers luxury accommodation in a luxury barn conversion for walking, cycling or sight-seeing holidays, welcoming families, friends and pets alike. Sleeping 12 in 6 bedrooms, facilities include a hot tub and a games room

The Dairy sits on the Burghley Estate in the heart of Capability Brown parkland, landscaped during the 1760s. After careful restoration, the historic building has been transformed into luxury holiday accommodation with all the comforts of modern life provided within a timeless and Arcadian setting.

The Barn is a lovely base for a relaxing family holiday in the Lincolnshire countryside within easy reach of The Wash coast. The 19th century detached barn conversion near Wiobech is well-presented and thoughtfully furnished, blending rural style with modern comforts. Pets welcome.

A large Lincolnshire holiday barn conversion sleeping 16 in a superb rural village location. This luxury self catering accommodation near Lincoln includes a hot tub and consierge service. Each of the 8 bedrooms has its own bathroom.

The Dairy at Burghley is a gorgeous country cottage sitting on a grand estate near Stamford In Cambridgeshire. The pet-friendly property rewards guests with rural elegance and modern luxury as well as open fires, outdoor entertaining areas and access to Burghley House and its many events.

This small bungalow is located in the Lincolnshire countryside, near Boston in the charming Old Leake village, on a campsite a few miles from the coast. It has lawned garden with shrubs on one side and a gravel patio area with table and chairs to the other side. Pets welcome.

The sleepy little picturesque market towns of Stamford, Gainsborough, Market Raisen (good for sporting weekend breaks at the races) or Caistor with its eye catching Georgian architecture means visitors are spoiled for choice when it comes to finding a destination for a relaxing break in East Anglia.