Feel Free To Call - 0345 604 3879
Book Holiday Lodge UK

Find Your Perfect UK Lodge Holiday

Check Availability
Region
County
Date
Duration
Adult
Child (2-17)
Infant (0-1)
Pets
Show Filters
Popular Features
Sleeps
Sleeps
More Destinations

Lodges in Lincolnshire

Lodges Found

Popular Features
Sleeps
Close
1 - 15
|
16 - 30
|
31 - 41
Visitor Rating
Rating
4.7
Addlethorpe Golf and Country club is one of the latest editions to our Autograph specialist collections, a superb collection of lodges all new for 2022 nestled along the fairway of the beautiful golf and country club.
View
[+] To Favourites

Visitor Rating
Rating
4.6
Escape to the countryside in Lincolnshire where the natural beauty of the surrounding area, stunning new accommodation plus a 9-hole golf course, driving range, new adventure playground, outdoor splash zone and restaurant come together at for a perfect location to relax and reconnect with friends and family.
View
[+] To Favourites

Visitor Rating
Rating
4.5
Barlings Country Park is set within 22 acres of trees, in the quiet village of Langworth.
View
[+] To Favourites

Visitor Rating
Rating
4.6
Burton Waters Marina is new for 2024 and offers guests a unique experience to stay on floating lodges, within a tranquil setting.
View
[+] To Favourites

Visitor Rating
Rating
4.9
Caistor Lakes Leisure Park is situated within 7 acres of rural countryside and is nestled in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
View
[+] To Favourites

Visitor Rating
Rating
4.9
Camper UK Leisure Park is nestled in the countryside of Lincolnshire, while conveniently only 10 miles away from the historic City of Lincoln.
View
[+] To Favourites

Visitor Rating
Rating
4
Cleethorpes Pearl Holiday Park is everything a vacation by the sea should be in the UK.
View
[+] To Favourites

Visitor Rating
Rating
3.8
Coastfields Holiday Village has so much to see and do on park.
View
[+] To Favourites

Visitor Rating
Rating
4.4
Grange Leisure Park is ideally located close to the golden sandy beaches and traditional seaside resorts of Mablethorpe and Sutton-on-Sea.
View
[+] To Favourites

Visitor Rating
Rating
4.8
Hanworth Country Park is a beautiful park comprising of brand new holiday homes and lodges some with outdoor hot tubs with wonderful views over the adjoining countryside, the park is located just a short drive into the beautiful city of Lincoln.
View
[+] To Favourites

Visitor Rating
Rating
4.3
Helsey Farm Holiday Cottages are a lovely place to relax and get away from it all, situated on the edge of the owners’ livery yard, there are five properties.
View
[+] To Favourites

Visitor Rating
Rating
4.8
Herons Mead Cottages are part of our Daisy Door collection and are situated in a semi rural location within a short drive to the beach, the cottages are all new for 2021 and are bespoke designed to offer a fabulous luxury break.
View
[+] To Favourites

Visitor Rating
Rating
4.8

Herons Mead Lodges

Sleeps 2
Pets 1
Hot Tub
Herons Mead Lodges are part of our Autograph collection and are situated in a semi rural location within a short drive to the beach, the lodges are all new for 2021 and are bespoke designed to offer a fabulous luxury break.
View
[+] To Favourites

Herons Mead Woodland Lodges are part of our Wanderwood collection and are situated in a semi rural location within a short drive to the beach, the lodges are all new for 2024 and are bespoke designed to offer a fabulous luxury break.
View
[+] To Favourites

Visitor Rating
Rating
4.5
Home Farm Park Lakeside Retreat is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, a superb selection of high quality caravan holiday homes and lodges, nestled into the scenic Lincolnshire countryside within easy reach of the sandy beaches of the English east coast.
View
[+] To Favourites

1 - 15
|
16 - 30
|
31 - 41
1
|
2
|
3

Lincolnshire Visitor's Guide

Embark on a Lincolnshire escape where vibrant market towns, serene nature reserves, and expansive beaches await. Savour the county's famed sausages and fresh seafood, or take a thrilling flight at the International Bomber Command Centre's exhibition. For adrenaline junkies, there's skydiving and coastal kite surfing, while tranquillity seekers can meander through the Lincolnshire Wolds. An intriguing tidbit: Lincolnshire is the birthplace of the tank, with its first use in World War I. If you're after a cosy couple's retreat, a fun-packed family holiday, or a chilled break with friends, opting for a lodge or cabin stay in Lincolnshire is unbeatable.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Lincolnshire?

Lincolnshire is a gem on the East coast of England, with its sprawling countryside, charming market towns, and a coastline that's a breath of fresh air. It's a place where you can find remnants of Roman occupation and medieval architecture, without the yawn-inducing history lessons. For 2024, the area is buzzing with new attractions and events, including the Lincolnshire Show and the Gravity Fields Festival, celebrating science and arts. Choosing a lodge over a hotel gives you that home-away-from-home vibe, with extra space and privacy to unwind. Plus, lodges often come with hot tubs and log fires – talk about upping the cosy factor. Lincolnshire stands out with its unique mix of tranquil nature reserves, such as Gibraltar Point, and aviation heritage, like the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre.

If you're visiting Lincolnshire with kids

Absolutely, Lincolnshire is a playground for the little ones. They'll love getting hands-on at the interactive exhibits at The Collection in Lincoln or making a splash at the Fantasy Island theme park. Lodges are ideal for families, offering the freedom to set your own schedule and the space for kids to play. Plus, many lodges are set within holiday parks, meaning entertainment and facilities are right on your doorstep.

  1. Weather-appropriate clothing – layers are key!
  2. Sturdy shoes for exploring the countryside.
  3. Swimwear for beach days or water parks.
  4. Sunscreen and hats for protection on sunny days.
  5. Backpacks for day trips.
  6. Favourite toys or games for quiet evenings in.
  7. Travel cot or high chair if not provided by the lodge.

Pet Friendly Lincolnshire Adventures

Lincolnshire rolls out the green carpet for pets, especially dogs. You'll find a plethora of pet-friendly pubs and eateries, such as The Bowl Full Tapas Bar in Lincoln or The Prussian Queen in Saltfleetby, where your furry friends are as welcome as you are. When booking, look for lodges with enclosed gardens to give your dog a safe spot to explore. Always check the pet policy before booking, and consider bringing your pet's bed to help them settle in.

Dog walking ideas in Lincolnshire

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Woodhall Spa Walk 2.5 Woodland & Village LN10 6QH
Cleethorpes Beach Varies Seaside DN35 8SE
Belton House 3.5 Parkland & Gardens NG32 2LS
Lincolnshire Wolds Varies Rolling Hills LN11 8UT
Tattershall Castle 1 Lakes & Castle Grounds LN4 4LR

Remember to keep your dog on a lead where livestock are present and always scoop the poop. Happy trails!


Top lodge breaks for 2024 in Lincolnshire

Woodhall Country Park Lodges, Lincolnshire

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: Various options up to 4 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Woodhall Country Park Lodges offer a serene retreat in the heart of Lincolnshire, surrounded by woodland and lakes, perfect for wildlife enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers, with luxury lodges and no pets allowed.

Who will love these lodges? Nature lovers, fishing aficionados, and couples seeking a tranquil escape will find Woodhall Country Park Lodges ideal. The peaceful setting and wildlife opportunities make it a unique and restful getaway.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Onsite, guests can enjoy carp and coarse fishing, bicycle hire, and a children’s play area. The nearest town, Woodhall Spa, offers quaint eateries and drinking spots for a delightful local experience.

What's nearby? Nearby attractions include the historic town of Woodhall Spa (driving time: 5 minutes), the Lincolnshire Wolds (driving time: 30 minutes), and the city of Lincoln (driving time: 40 minutes), with its majestic cathedral and vibrant shopping scene.

Accommodation options: Accommodation ranges from cosy Oakwood Cabins perfect for couples to spacious Lakeside Lodges for up to 4 guests. While pets aren’t permitted, the lodges offer a comfortable and stylish stay in a natural setting.


North Star Sanctum, Yorkshire

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: Various options up to 4 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: North Star Sanctum offers an eclectic mix of lodges inspired by global destinations, complete with hot tubs and pet-friendly options, ensuring a unique and exotic stay within the UK.

Who will love these lodges? Those with a taste for the exotic and couples or families looking for a distinctive holiday experience will be drawn to the global themes and luxurious amenities of North Star Sanctum.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Each lodge has its own hot tub for relaxation, and the surrounding area is ripe for exploration, including the towns of Hornsea, Hull, and Bridlington for day trips.

What's nearby? The Yorkshire Wolds (driving time: 20 minutes) offer stunning landscapes for walking, while the historic city of York (driving time: 1 hour) provides cultural attractions and dining options.

Accommodation options: From the Moroccan-themed Kasbah to the Indian-inspired Raj, these lodges cater to couples and families, with some pet-friendly and hot tub-equipped options for a truly indulgent stay.


Tattershall Lakes Country Park, Lincolnshire

Driving Distance: 4.68 miles / About 8 minutes | Sleeps: Various options up to 8 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Tattershall Lakes Country Park is an activity-packed resort with a plethora of facilities including adventure golf, a spa, and a man-made beach, ideal for families and groups seeking entertainment and relaxation.

Who will love these lodges? Families and groups will adore the wide range of activities and entertainment on offer, making it a perfect destination for an action-packed holiday with something for everyone.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Onsite facilities include a heated indoor pool, gym, spa, fishing lakes, and various sports and leisure activities, along with bars and restaurants for dining and socialising.

What's nearby? Nearby attractions include Tattershall Castle (driving time: 5 minutes), the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (driving time: 10 minutes), and the city of Lincoln (driving time: 40 minutes).

Accommodation options: Tattershall Lakes offers a range of lodges accommodating up to 8 guests, with pet-friendly and hot tub options available, ensuring a comfortable stay for families and larger groups.


The Hideaway Luxury Retreat, Lincolnshire

Driving Distance: 11.80 miles / About 21 minutes | Sleeps: Various options up to 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: The Hideaway Luxury Retreat combines rural charm with modern luxury, offering stylish lodges with private hot tubs, an on-site pub, and a picturesque setting close to Lincoln.

Who will love these lodges? Couples and families looking for a blend of countryside serenity and city convenience will find The Hideaway Luxury Retreat an ideal choice for a peaceful yet accessible getaway.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Guests can enjoy evening drinks at the on-site pub with its stunning terrace, and relax in their private hot tubs overlooking the tranquil fields.

What's nearby? The village of Metheringham (driving time: 5 minutes) offers local shops and eateries, while Lincoln (driving time: 30 minutes) provides historical sights and cultural experiences.

Accommodation options: The Hideaway offers pet-friendly lodges that sleep up to 6 guests, each with a private hot tub and modern amenities, perfect for a luxury retreat in the countryside.


Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In Lincolnshire

Lincoln Cathedral

  • Opening Times: Mon-Sat 7:15am-6:00pm, Sun 7:15am-5:00pm
  • Prices: Free entry, donations welcome
  • Postcode: LN2 1PX
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours
  • Nearest parking: Broadgate car park

Lincoln Cathedral is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture and one of the most impressive cathedrals in the UK. It's perfect for those who appreciate stunning architecture and a serene atmosphere. Keep an eye out for the Lincoln Imp and the Wren Library. The best time to visit is during the quieter weekdays. To enhance your visit, consider taking a roof or floor tour for an additional fee.

Phone number: 01522 561600 | Web: lincolncathedral.com


The Collection Museum

  • Opening Times: 10:00am-4:00pm daily
  • Prices: Free, charges for some exhibitions
  • Postcode: LN2 1LP
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Flaxengate car park

Art and archaeology come together at The Collection Museum. It's a hit with families and anyone keen on local history or art. Their interactive displays and events are constantly updated, so there's always something new to discover. Try to catch one of their temporary exhibitions, and don't miss the play area if you're with kids. Arriving early helps beat the crowds.

Phone number: 01522 782040 | Web: thecollectionmuseum.com


Belton House

  • Opening Times: Varies seasonally, check website
  • Prices: Adult £17.50, Child £8.75
  • Postcode: NG32 2LS
  • Est. time required: Half-day to full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Belton House is a National Trust property with a grand mansion, beautiful gardens, and a huge adventure playground. It's a treat for anyone who loves exploring historic homes or enjoying outdoor spaces. They often host seasonal events, so check what's on before you go. The playground is a must for kids, and the on-site café is great for a bite. Visiting on a weekday can mean fewer visitors.

Phone number: 01476 566116 | Web: nationaltrust.org.uk/belton-house


Tattershall Castle

  • Opening Times: Varies seasonally, check website
  • Prices: Adult £9.50, Child £4.75
  • Postcode: LN4 4LR
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Step back in time at Tattershall Castle, a 15th-century red-brick tower with stunning views across Lincolnshire. It's ideal for those who love medieval history and panoramic landscapes. Climb the Great Tower for the best vistas, and check out their medieval reenactments. To avoid the stairs rush, head there early or late in the day.

Phone number: 01526 342543 | Web: nationaltrust.org.uk/tattershall-castle


Woodside Wildlife Park

  • Opening Times: 10:00am-5:00pm daily
  • Prices: Adult £11.95, Child £9.95
  • Postcode: LN3 5DQ
  • Est. time required: 2-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Animal lovers will adore Woodside Wildlife Park. It's home to an array of exotic animals, including tigers, lemurs, and reptiles. They're big on conservation, so you'll learn loads while having fun. Don't miss the flying displays and the tiger feeding times. To get the most out of your visit, check the schedule for talks and feeds as soon as you arrive.

Phone number: 01522 754280 | Web: woodsidewildlife.com


Lincolnshire Wolds Railway

  • Opening Times: Running days vary, check website
  • Prices: Adult £8.00, Child £4.00, Family £20.00
  • Postcode: LN11 7EW
  • Est. time required: 1-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Train enthusiasts and families will enjoy the nostalgia of the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway. Ride a heritage steam train through the scenic Wolds. They often have themed events like Santa Specials or 1940s weekends. To make the most of your journey, check the timetable for special events and try to coincide your visit with one.

Phone number: 01507 363881 | Web: lincolnshirewoldsrailway.co.uk


Remember, when planning your trip around these attractions, consider staying in one of the many cosy lodges in Lincolnshire. They offer a perfect retreat after a day of exploring and are a great way to experience the local charm. Whether you're looking for a family-friendly spot or a romantic getaway, you'll find a lodge that suits your needs. Enjoy your adventure in Lincolnshire!

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cosy retreat with all the comforts of home, often surrounded by nature. Many lodges in Lincolnshire offer spacious living areas, modern kitchens, and sometimes a private hot tub. It's a chance to unwind, explore the countryside, and enjoy local attractions at your own pace.

What should I pack when visiting Lincolnshire?

Bring layers for changeable weather, walking boots for exploring the Wolds, and swimwear for hot tubs or the coast. Don't forget a camera for wildlife snaps and binoculars if you're into birdwatching. Essentials like toiletries and food basics are handy, although many lodges are close to shops for supplies.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in Lincolnshire have adjacent parking, making it super convenient to unload your car. Some sites might have a central parking area with a short walk to your lodge, but they'll let you know ahead of time. Either way, you won't be lugging suitcases far.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rainy days are perfect for cosying up in your lodge with a good book or board games. If you're feeling adventurous, check out indoor attractions like The National Centre for Craft & Design or The Collection Museum. Lincolnshire's got plenty to do, come rain or shine.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Yes, many local takeaways and some restaurants offer delivery services to lodges. Supermarkets like Tesco and Sainsbury's also do deliveries if you want to stock up on groceries. Just make sure to check the postcode coverage first.

Is Lincolnshire a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely, Lincolnshire's charm isn't just a summer fling. Off-season visits mean fewer crowds at attractions like Lincoln Cathedral and Tattershall Castle. Plus, winter walks along the coast or in the countryside are pretty special, with cosy evenings back at the lodge.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

You bet. Hot tubs are thoroughly cleaned and water quality checked before each new guest arrives. So, you can slip into those bubbles with peace of mind, knowing it's all fresh and ready for your relaxation.

Are there activities for kids near the lodges?

Lincolnshire is a playground for kids! From beach days at Skegness to animal encounters at Woodside Wildlife Park, there's heaps to keep them entertained. Many lodges are also on sites with play areas or offer activities like fishing and cycling.

Can I bring my dog to the lodge?

Many lodges in Lincolnshire are dog-friendly, so your furry friend can join the adventure. Just check the lodge's pet policy when booking. There are loads of dog-friendly beaches and parks for them to enjoy, too.

What local food should I try while in Lincolnshire?

You've got to try the famous Lincolnshire sausage – it's a game-changer. Also, sample some fresh seafood along the coast, and don't miss out on a slice of Lincolnshire plum bread. Local farmers' markets are great for picking up these treats and other regional goodies.

More fab getaways