• Lincoln • Louth • Boston • Spalding • Lincolnshire Wolds
Full day: This morning to Lincoln, where the magnificent cathedral is the 3rd largest in Britain, perched on top of a hill and visible for miles around. In this oldest part of the city, the castle was built over the original Roman town whilst the newer shopping area lies at the foot of the aptly named Steep Hill.
Full day: This morning we make our way through fields brimming with famous fenland produce to Boston, where it is market day. Once England’s second largest seaport in the Middle Ages, the main attraction today is the tower of the Boston Stump, which dominates the town and countryside. We also call at Spalding, the ‘garden’ town of the Lincolnshire Fens, divided in two by the River Welland which is spanned by seven bridges and boasts a medieval church and market place.
Half day: Today we head deep into the Lincolnshire Wolds, a landscape of gentle hills and broad horizons that played a central role in the renowned poetry of Alfred, Lord Tennyson, who was born locally. We take time to visit Louth, a beautifully preserved Georgian Market town that straddles the River Lud.
County Hotel, Skegness
This elegant 1930’s hotel stands proudly on Skegness North Parade promenade, a level walk to all amenities.
** (Visit Britain) • Lounge bar, restaurant • En-suite bedrooms • Full breakfast and three course evening dinner plus tea or coffee • Two nights entertainment • Lift • Free WI-FI
- Free local joining points
- Collect Coach Miles™
- All coach travel
- Reserved seats on tour coaches
- Tour Manager escorted
- Hotel accomodation and board as stated
- No single room supplement
- Excursions/itinerary as stated
- Admission fees and entertainment if stated
- Complete luggage handling
- Price-Back Insurance Offer