Lincoln Villages

When choosing an accommodation to stay in it may be worth looking at the different villages around Lincoln. These areas are full of beauty and tranquility. They also have an abundance of holiday homes and flats to pick from.

  • Tealby & Walesby, Market Rasen

This village is renowned for being one of the most beautiful within the entire county. There is plenty of countryside nearby for those who want to enjoy a walk. This area is particularly good for those who want to bring their dogs along with them.

It also boasts a number of tourist sites that are worth checking out. This includes a stone church which dates back to the 12th century. The Viking Way footpath passes through this village. This is the best area for those who want a quiet stay within Lincoln.

  • Oasby, Grantham

Oasby is yet another wonderful village located in the Lincoln countryside. It is an idyllic location that have served as a peaceful retreat for people. It offers the quintessential charm of rural Britain.

Tourists who are looking for local ales will be delighted with the nearby pub, The Houblon. This drinking establishment has a cosy and traditional atmosphere. It is one of the most worthwhile places to visit while staying in the area.

  • Woodhall Spa, The Wolds

This is a more out of the way village to stay in. It is located within the pine woods outlying Lincoln. Woodhall Spa is well known for its peaceful Edwardian atmosphere.

Golfers will find the place particularly alluring. It boasts two courses of top quality. The village is also popular for its arts scene. It is the home of Hotchkin, ‘Kinema in the Woods. This is the only cinema in Britain where the picture is projected from behind the screen.

  • Navenby, Lincoln

This is the ideal village to stay in if you want to be close to Lincoln. It is nine miles from the main city. Despite this proximity it still has the quaint quirkiness of other areas on this list.

Those who stay here will be within walking distance of a Grade II listed building. This cottage has a large number of visitors each year. It is likely to be quieter in the off-peak seasons.

  • Heckington, Sleaford

Heckington is an ideal place for history buffs. It is home to an eight sailed windmill. This is the only existing windmill of its type in the entire country. Fans of speciality foods will find Abbey Parks Farm a worthwhile destination.

It sells organic vegetables and other health products. Perhaps the most attractive thing about the village itself is its style of furnishings. Each property that people can stay in has quintessentially British interiors to enjoy.