Best Deals for Bed and Breakfast or Hotel Rooms
DN15 7DE, Scunthorpe, Doncaster Road
Royal Inn by Good Night Inns is situated just a 2-minute walk from the newly renovated Baths Hall entertainment venue. Offering rooms with free Wi-Fi, it is only a 10-minute walk from Scunthorpe’s centre. Rooms... read more
£ 35.00View Rates
PE25 3EH, Skegness, Drummond Road, South Parade
Set in spacious grounds, this Victorian hotel is just a 10-minute walk from Skegness seafront and town centre. It offers two menus, an on-site restaurant, free parking, and sea views. The rooms at The Royal... read more
£ 38.80View Rates
PE21 6SH, Boston, Wide Bargate
The New England Hotel offers traditional charm, and is located in the heart of Boston. All rooms have private bathrooms and free Wi-Fi, and free on-site parking is available. Comfortable, en suite accommodation is complemented... read more
£ 59.00View Rates
PE25 3AB, Skegness, Drummond Road
Situated in the quieter part of Skegness, with its golf course and nearby bird sanctuary, this hotel offers tranquil surroundings, yet only one mile from the town centre. The Crown Hotel is an ideal venue... read more
£ 35.10View Rates
PE9 2AG, Stamford, All Saint's Place
The Crown Hotel offers an on-site restaurant and a bar in the heart of historic town of Stamford. Formerly a coaching inn and redesigned in the early part of the 20th Century, the hotel still... read more
£ 99.75View Rates
NG31 8AU, Grantham, North Parade
Situated in the historic 12th century market town of Grantham, this hotel was originally a gentleman's residence and Hunting Lodge. Eden House Hotel (formerly the Kings Hotel) has been elegantly refurbished to provide modern facilities... read more
£ 48.60View Rates
PE25 3JS, Skegness, Sandbeck Avenue
Offering an inviting welcome to your stay in Skegness, this small and cosy adults-only accommodation is conveniently located close to all local amenities and attractions. Fully-refurbished, the 4-star Fountaindale is situated in a quiet location... read more
£ 44.00View Rates
LN11 0SZ, Louth, Cordeaux Corner
Set in landscaped grounds in the scenic Lincolnshire Wolds, this stylish, award-winning boutique hotel offers sumptuous bedrooms, a secure and free car park, free local leisure passes and a modern bistro. The hotel has 3... read more
£ 58.50View Rates
DN40 3JL, North Killingholme, Vicarage Lane
Set within the tranquil Lincolnshire village of North Killingholme, The Ashbourne Hotel offers modern, elegant rooms with whirlpool baths. The refurbished bar and restaurant serve home-cooked meals. Rooms at The Ashbourne are furnished in a... read more
£ 70.00View Rates
LN1 3BJ, Lincoln, Union Road
With free WiFi, this beautiful 1930's Art Deco building is situated opposite Lincoln Castle and only a few minutes' walk from the cathedral. With traditional and modern rooms, all are complete with LCD TV, WiFi... read more
£ 53.36View Rates
LN6 3QZ, Lincoln, Whisby Road
Windmill Farm Lincoln offers everything under one roof: A striking hotel with dining, a beer garden with an outside play area for children, and parking for over 300 cars. The hotel offers a welcoming escape... read more
£ 49.50View Rates
NG31 7XT, Grantham, Swingbridge Road
Located in the market town of Grantham and just off the A1 motorway, the Urban Hotel Grantham is a 4-star hotel with spa, pool and gym, and modern rooms and facilities including free WiFi. The... read more
£ 49.00View Rates
LN13AP, Lincoln, Bailgate
Just 300 meters from Lincoln Cathedral and the medieval castle, Bail House offers luxury rooms, secured parking and a cosy guest lounge. Dating back to 1350, this property has a central location in Lincoln's Cathedral... read more
£ 47.50View Rates
PE25 2TB, Skegness, 60 Scarbough Avenue
The award-winning Eastleigh Guest House offers 4-star accommodation close to Skegness seafront and town centre. The property caters for families, couples and business guests. Each of the rooms offers free WiFi access, a flat-screen HDTV... read more
£ 40.00View Rates
DN35 8AW, Cleethorpes, 53 Princes Road
Located 0.2 miles from Cleethorpes beach, Arlana Guest House features free WiFi. Most of the individually designed rooms feature an en-suite bathroom and include a TV with Freeview channels. Arlana Guest House is situated within... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
NG318AN, Grantham, 74 North Parade
Just 5 minutes’ walk from Grantham’s town centre, this charming Grade II listed Georgian townhouse free WiFi in all rooms and ample free parking on site. The guest house is easily accessible from the A1... read more
£ 33.15View Rates
DN35 8LX, Cleethorpes, 26 Albert Road
Situated in the charming resort of Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, this beautiful Victorian house provides 10 comfortable guestrooms and a pleasant dining room. Boasting a pier and seafront, Cleethorpes is not in fact on the... read more
£ 45.00View Rates
DN15 9NS, Winteringham, West End
This traditional pub and restaurant has good-value en suite rooms in an idyllic village just outside of Scunthorpe. Located north of Scunthorpe and the M180, The Bay Horse Inn has views across the River Humber.
£ 29.00View Rates
DN35 8AD, Cleethorpes, 47 Clee Road
Offering an alternative to hotel accommodation, these serviced apartments have an en suite shower room, a mini kitchen and plenty of room in which to work or relax. The mini kitchen has a refrigerator and... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
LN6 7QL , Lincoln, Ruston Way, Brayford Park
Less than a mile from Lincoln centre, this Holiday Inn Express offers a 24-hour front desk, free Wi-Fi and an inclusive buffet breakfast. The lively Waterfront area is within a 10-minute walk and Lincoln Castle... read more
£ 42.00View Rates
Accommodation Options in Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire’s accommodation spaces include near the train station cheap apartments, luxury waterfront hotels and the university guesthouses. You can always go for the option that provides for bed and breakfast because it is always convenient.
Lincolnshire’s southern part is flat, and it contains skies that are open and with farms that grow both vegetables and flowers. In its western part, there are vales, and its central part includes sandstone hills that have breathtaking agricultural landscapes.
As a visitor, the coast of Lincolnshire provides a variety of nostalgic seaside resorts with a b&b. However, remember to visit the towns because they have churches which are incredible and medieval halls. Birthplaces of historical personalities that changed the world such as Sir Isaac Newton are also located there.
The Best Areas to Visit and Stay
From vibrant coastal spa resorts with b&b to picturesque Wolds villages, Lincolnshire provides special places that you can stay as a visitor. The region offers the best of the country, city and coast. Staying in the busy hotels and resorts of Cleethorpes and Skegness allows you to visit many picturesque sites. You can also stay within the towns of Market Rasen and Louth because of their accessibility to the favourite sites and hotels that offer bed and breakfast.
Chapel St Leonards is a popular accommodation seaside holiday village. With budget friendly prices, this village provides full entertainment and fun activities that are inclusive of all family members. It provides an exceptional place where you can walk and enjoy the seaside. The village is mostly visited because of its cheap and friendly pubs and hotels that offer b&b.
Lincolnshire Wolds contains hidden valleys and sleepy stone villages. The area has an outstanding natural beauty with rolling countryside. Therefore, it is possible to have either leisurely walks or serious treks. You can also visit the Wolds villages which are picturesque because they are worth a visit.
There is also Lincoln Castle and Cathedral where you can visit and learn some culture, and it is always advisable to visit the Dambusters memorial centre that is within the county.
Visiting Lincoln is also a good idea because of its unique heritage. It gives you a city experience with Gothic architecture that is one of Europe’s most beautiful. Such an example is the Lincoln Cathedral that sits across the cobbled square. It also offers vibrant drinks and food that includes fine-dining that is cheap and locally sourced. You can stop here for a drink or meal because of its excellent selection of hotels, restaurants, pubs and bars with waterfront views that are stunning.
Lincoln’s majority of its historical monuments are located at its highest part. There is the availability of beautiful architecture on its winding streets where the military elite and the clergy of Lincoln once lived. Its cathedral which was completed in the 14th century is an English gothic treasure, and its castle is one of the best-preserved fortresses in England.
The castle is rare because it contains two earthwork mottes. At the castle, there is a gallery with contents that include the only four copies dating 1215 of the Magna Carta. Its embarkment gives tremendous city views to its visitors. With these details, Lincoln is regarded as a medieval England powerhouse that keeps impressive monuments from the early periods.
With a road that slopes down and one that meets River Witham, there is a structure that is stone-arched with a building that is half-timbered. This building is the longest standing of its type in England. If you want boat trips, you can get one here. There is also another 18th-century monument that is Ellis Mill.
Its location is opposite the Lincolnshire Museum Life with a collection that includes art gallery and archaeology museum. There is the presence of a Lawn with both Joseph Banks Conservatory and a conference centre. Artefacts that were brought back from Captain Cook’s adventures are displayed here.