Why Choose Holiday Cottages?
Holiday Cottages have become common in the United Kingdom. Usually they are small homes that holiday makers can rent and run as if it were their own for the duration of their stay. This gives freedom and privacy. In contrast to this, accommodation in a bed and breakfast or hotel usually involves some sort of restriction on the time of day guests need to vacate their rooms for cleaning and so on.
Babies and children are more easily accommodated in a holiday cottage where the parents do not feel pressure from other families who may not have young children.
Holiday Cottages are nowadays found nationwide, with many surrounds from towns to forests. Many areas in the UK have seen the Holiday Cottage industry grow. There are typically two routes to renting a holiday cottage. Either direct with an owner, or through a holiday cottage agency.
The holiday cottage market in the UK is highly competitive - and big business. This increased competition has led to significant improvements in the quality of cottages - old decors and drab furniture have been replaced by tasteful design, great furnishings and up to date appliances. In some cases providing a standard of accommodation more on a par with a 'boutique' hotel. This improvement in standards has in turn contributed to the increase in the popularity of holiday cottages, offering in many cases the same standard of accommodation as an hotel, yet with the freedom that a holiday cottage offers.
One other development in the UK holiday cottage market is the ability to stay at a farm. This was driven partly by the farmers and the poor returns they get from their industry and by the desire of parents wanting their children to experience rural living.
Why Visit Lincolnshire?
The growth of holiday cottages in Lincolnshire is really helping to drive tourists and holiday makers to the area and appreciate the beauty of this far flung eastern county. Lincolnshire is one of the largest counties in the United Kingdom, and its size means it also includes a wide range of different holiday areas. This includes the beautiful and historic city of Lincoln with its magnificent cathedral and castle, the coastal region with the resorts of Skegness and Mablethorpe but also many other small, beautiful and peaceful little beaches, and the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that is the Lincolnshire Wolds.
The county is dotted with many charming market and spa towns, including Louth, Horncastle, Alford, Spilsby and Woodhall Spa, as well as larger towns and cities such as Boston, Sleaford, Spalding, Gainsborough and Grantham. Down in the south is historic Stamford, home of Burghley House. Lincolnshire really has holidays for families of all shapes and sizes. Lincolnshire businesses are therefore incredibly grateful that the growth in holiday cottages is leading to a growth in holiday makers in Lincolnshire, and have therefore sponsored this site to help encourage visitors to Lincolnshire. Click this link to see which Lincolnshire businesses have supported this site.
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