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5 Holiday Homes for Lincolnshire Day, UK

When attending Lincolnshire Day you need the perfect accommodation, so look no further. These homes are the best of the best


Lincolnshire old cobbled street with hold houses and bunting and cathedral in background

If you’re heading to Lincolnshire in October for Lincolnshire Day, then we’ve got the perfect accommodation for you. When enjoying an event as incredible as this, your home has to match the standards, so heed our expert advice and book one of these gems to truly complete the experience.

Where to reside near Lincolnshire Day

Take a look at 5 of the very best holiday homes in our Lincolnshire collection. If these don’t meet your high expectations, then nothing will.

A Moving Feast

A Moving Feast, Plum Guide home in Lincolnshire, UK

A Moving Feast, Plum Guide home in Lincolnshire, UK

Click to book A Moving Feast now: from £90 per night Secret doors and treasures galore, this Grade 2 listed home in a quiet part of Long Bennington village is steeped in history and culture. A visual feast, you’ll find carved furniture from Africa, a Rajasthani chest, a coffee table from China, and red and gold chairs from Spain. It’s no wonder your hosts are both artists who love to travel. We could spend hours here just admiring the precious antiques – including an intricately carved screen brought back by explorer Sir Francis Younghusband after he led the British Army into Tibet. More is more here with curiosities in every corner, but there’s plenty of space to relax too. Unwind in the foliage-filled conservatory, lie on the sofa in the living room where a traditional Persian rug pops against a terracotta floor, or take a walk amidst the daffodils in the garden outside. One thing’s for sure, your senses will never be bored here. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

The Garrison

The Garrison, Plum Guide home in Cambridge, UK

The Garrison, Plum Guide home in Cambridge, UK

Click to book The Garrison now: from £220 per night This historic Grade I home has a racier past than its tranquil setting suggests – it was used by Oliver Cromwell as a garrison during the civil war. Its loving restoration ensures that the rich history, which begins even earlier than the 17th Century, is keenly felt, as 700-year-old beams abound and paintings dating from the 17th to 19th Centuries adorn the walls. The grounds are equally special and include a courtyard, orchard and Italian garden, which are just as charming in summer and winter. The location is also excellent. The Pack Horse, a local gastropub, is within walking distance, and you're fifteen minutes from both the market town of Peterborough and Stamford, known as one of the finest Georgian Towns in England. Sleeps up to 8 | 4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms

Country Idyll

Country Idyll, Plum Guide home in Lincolnshire, UK

Country Idyll, Plum Guide home in Lincolnshire, UK

Click to book Country Idyll now: from £150 per night Country Idyll is the kind of home that makes you feel welcome as soon as you step through the front door. Classically charming with a modern twist, it sets the scene for a memorable escape in rural Lincolnshire. As soon as you arrive, drop your bags, flick on the kettle and cut yourself a slice of cake from the complimentary hamper left by your host. Take a seat at the bistro set in your quaint country garden and watch the birds and rabbits flit across the lawn. Once you’re rested and recharged, pull on your walking boots and set out for a ramble along bridleways and lesser travelled lanes. Plus, you’re less than a fifteen-minute drive from the market town of Grantham and the historic castle and stately home of Belvoir. When you get home, the cosy living room with comfy tufted sofas calls for an evening in front of the crackling log fire, sharing a bottle of your favourite drop and playing board games with your loved ones. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom

Lady’s Mantle

Lady’s Mantle, Plum Guide home in Grantham, UK

Lady’s Mantle, Plum Guide home in Grantham, UK

Click to book Lady's Mantle now: from £150 per night A dash of magic has been liberally sprinkled over the traditional interior of this charming cottage and we’re big fans. The living room is cosy as you like, with a squashy pair of teal chesterfield sofas, an open fire and gilt-framed pictures. Upstairs, the bedrooms have a sumptuous boutique feel (we loved the luscious leafy look in one of them) and rural views that invite total relaxation. The unique dining nook is adorned with sheepskins, a chandelier made of antlers and characterful wallpaper depicting country scenes, making it a space fit for a (smallish) party of lords and ladies. The setting is rather lovely too, in a pretty Lincolnshire hamlet, with open countryside all around. Outside there’s a beautiful garden with a pergola and dining areas for those dusky summer evenings. Nearby Harlaxton, a five-minute drive away, is ideal for stocking up on basic supplies, as well as providing a slice of history with Harlaxton Manor. Drive a little further to take a stroll down Grantham Canal for gorgeous waterside views or explore the pale limestone streets of Stamford. Depending on the season, evenings are either about a glass of something cold in the garden, or a warming red in front of the fire – whichever way, it’s a delight. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom

Northern Lights

Northern Lights, Plum Guide home in Norfolk, UK

Northern Lights, Plum Guide home in Norfolk, UK

Click to book Northern Lights now: from £200 per night Make yourself at home in this rustic 18th century cottage, deep in the heart of Old Hunstanton village. Wake up feeling refreshed every morning, make yourself a hot drink using the coffee machine, step outside to the enclosed courtyard and breathe in that sea air. Come evening, the two garden spaces are ideal for entertaining a small group of friends or family – it's worth noting Old Hunstanton is one of the best spots in Norfolk for a perfect sunset view. Walk to the sandy beach less than a mile away from the cottage – you'll also be spoilt for choice with pubs and restaurants nearby. The Neptune Inn is a mere three-minute walk away from the cottage and has retained its Michelin star since 2009, so you know you'll be eating something special. There are plenty of boutique delis selling unique ingredients, and beautiful orchards where you can pick your own produce. Walk through luscious green fields to get to Drove Orchards farm shop and you'll come home with fresh fruit for breakfast. This Victorian seaside town is a real escape for foodies, beach-dreamers, and nature-lovers alike. Sleeps up to 5 | 3 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

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