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Lincolnshire And The Wolds

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 7 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TANG3173

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach
  • Excursions: 4

7 days

7 Day tour - Tour number AB9037

Lincolnshire is often considered the spiritual home of military aviation in the UK.

PRICE FROM ? £589 per person
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Itinerary

Itinerary

Stamford (visitbritain)

Day 1 Morning departure to Lincolnshire and to Skegness for a six night stay.

Days 2 to 6 A free day in Skegness and we have included the following excursions:- ● After breakfast drive north to visit the magnificent Doddington Hall for a guided tour. The hall was completed in 1600 and has never been sold since, with over 400 years of unbroken family occupation this has resulted in a fascinating collection of household items. ● Day tour to Louth with its markets and a host of shops including award winning butchers and cheese shops. Continue to Waltham and visit the village windmill dating back from 1878 with time to browse before a visit to the seaside resort of Mablethorpe. ● Day tour to Woodhall Spa, one of Lincolnshire’s prettiest villages and home to the famous 617 ‘Dambusters’ squadron in WW2. A visit is made to the Aviation Heritage Museum, giving you a perspective of wartime Britain. ● Visit to Boston, and see St Botolphs Church with the highest tower in the country, and then travel by way of Wisbech and through the Fens to Stamford. Known as the ‘finest stone town in England’ and has been a backdrop for television costume dramas such as ‘Middlemarch’ and the 2005 film ‘Pride & Prejudice’. Returning to the hotel late afternoon.

Day 7 Breakfast, then commence the homeward journey.

Included in cost

Included in Cost

● Coach travel
● 6 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
● porterage
● tea/coffee on arrival
● nightly entertainment
● Doddington Hall gardens and tour
● entrance to Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Museum

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Lincoln Cathedral © Visitengland/Visit Lincoln

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Courtesy of Aviation Heritage Museum

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Louth © Visit East Lincolnshire Back to top