Lincolnshire is the fourth largest County covering 5,921 square miles, it is a diverse landscape including the Cathedral City, wide open spaces in the rural Countryside and its expanse of coastline.

Cathedral City

Lincoln is both a historical and contemporary city. Lincoln Cathedral can be seen from miles around sitting at the top of the city.

There is a mix of cobbled streets around the cathedral in the Bailgate.  Down Steep Hill into city centre with a mix of well-known retailers, places to eat and drink whatever your tastes and entertainment.  It is a growing city with the development of the Cornhill Quarter and its vibrant Universities – University of Lincoln and Bishop Grossetese which specialises in education and teacher training.

Rural Countryside

Lincolnshire’s great countryside and areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty are a walking and cycling paradise.

It provides a mixture of canal-side cycleways and railway paths, historic market towns and villages, alongside the vast picturesque Lincolnshire Wolds.


Lincolnshire’s coast which offers an expanse of beaches, which you can explore and unwind. There are Nature reserves, stunning sandy beaches and seal sanctuaries.

You’ll also find thrills and spills for all the family on Lincolnshire’s fun coast. With resorts like Skegness and Mablethorpe offering waterslides, funfairs rides, seaside amusements for children of all ages to enjoy.

Commute and Travel

Both Newark and Lincoln provide fast train services to London. Grantham also gives quick and direct access to London via train. While the north and west are within easy reach of the motorway network and A-roads. 

There is a wide range of bus routes throughout Lincoln and Lincolnshire. For all timetable and route information you can visit Linc Bus website LincsBus - Homepage. Local operators include Stagecoach and PC Coaches.