Lincolnshire Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs

Glamping getaways are made even better with these luxury accommodations set in the county of Lincolnshire. Take advantage of the region’s countryside with these modern lodges and log cabins. If you don’t want to feel too far from home, these holiday cottages are excellent choices for their self-catering features and pet-friendly spaces. Whether you’re planning a quick weekend break or a special romantic trip, you’ll have everything you need and more. Choose the best holiday lodges below for your next glamping retreat in Lincolnshire!

Best Lincolnshire Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs

  • Hare's Hideaway
    Hare’s Hideaway
    Lincoln (11mls N), Lincolnshire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Furnished shepherd’s hut for romantic breaks. Wide deck overlooking open fields. Within easy reach of public footpaths and cycling routes.

  • Ram's Retreat
    Ram’s Retreat
    Lincoln (12mls N), Lincolnshire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Glamping lodge with modern furnishings. Enclosed porch with countryside views. Situated within grounds of owner’s home.

  • Sweet Caroline Shepherd’s HutDog Friendly
    Sweet Caroline Shepherd’s Hut
    Sutton-On-Trent, Lincolnshire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Studio-style shepherd’s hut within proximity to River Trent. Eco-friendly perks include solar roof panels. Pet-friendly property catering to couples or small families.

  • 8 Castle View
    8 Castle View
    Tattershall, Lincolnshire
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Holiday lodge located within Tattershall Lakes Country Park. Modern furnishings with delightful lounge area. Five-minute walk from onsite shop, restaurant, and swimming pool.

  • 5 Wilkinson WayDog Friendly
    5 Wilkinson Way
    Tattershall Lakes Country Park, Lincolnshire
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 1

    Contemporary log cabin with private decking and hot tub. Access to indoor swimming pool and gym. Perfect base for couples on weekend breaks.

  • Kingfisher Narrowboat
    Kingfisher Narrowboat
    Gainsborough, Lincolnshire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Furnished narrowboat located on Chesterfield Canal. Unique self-catering property with garden area, sauna, and indoor BBQ cabin. Close to two acres of woodlands.

  • Gainsborough Lodge
    Gainsborough Lodge
    Gainsborough, Lincolnshire
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

    Rural lodging for romantic getaways or weekend breaks. Enclosed lawned garden with patio furniture. Only half an hour away from the city of Lincoln.

  • Addlethorpe Lodge
    Addlethorpe Lodge
    Addlethorpe, Skegness
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Family lodge with contemporary kitchen and plush lounge. Private decked area with luxury outdoor seating and hot tub. Short drive from Skegness.

  • Bunting Lodge
    Bunting Lodge
    Tattershall, Lincolnshire
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Detached log cabin with private fishing peg. Enclosed deck area overlooking gorgeous lake. Access to holiday park facilities including swimming pool.


Things To Do On Your Lincolnshire Hot Tub Glamping Break

Looking for fun ideas for your upcoming glamping retreat? You’re in luck because the county of Lincolnshire is brimming with adventures. From wild nature reserves to landscaped gardens, you’re guaranteed first-class views of everything the region has to offer. You’ll also get opportunities to spend time with wildlife thanks to the many farm parks and heritage centres. And if you want the full countryside experience, there are plenty of hiking and cycling trails that will take you across the county. Here are more activities that you can add to your glamping agenda:

Explore the countryside through the Water Rail Way Cycle Route.

The Water Rail Way is an extremely popular cycling route that’s perfect for exploring the countryside of Lincolnshire. The route stretches for over 30 miles long, following the original branch line of the Great Northern Railway. Cyclists are expected to start at the city of Lincoln and end their journey at the market town of Boston. Along the way, you’ll be treated to quiet country roads with abundant bird sightings. There are also viewing platforms at either end so that you can see sweeping views of the county.

Visit the world’s first cloud observation platform at the Cloud Bar.

The Cloud Bar at Anderby Creek in Lincolnshire is the first-ever dedicated cloud observation platform in the world. It was built in 2009 by artist, Michael Trainor, in an effort to get more people interested in the ever-changing skies of Britain. The platform consists of a raised deck with five convex mirrors facing towards the sky and an educational guide. Guests are free to hang out on the platform, get to know the different types of clouds, and appreciate the endless North Sea. It’s also near a stretch of sand where you can stop by later.

Spend an afternoon stroll through the grounds of Elsham Gardens.

Elsham Gardens is a four-acre country park located on the outskirts of Brigg. Despite its modern look, the gardens have been in use since the 18th century. The parkland offers gorgeous lakeside views, walled gardens, and a viewing trail for farmland animals and birds. Depending on the season, there are also outdoor events such as art exhibitions and open-air theatre shows that guests of all ages can enjoy. If you feel hungry, make sure to check out the onsite cafe for some delicious snacks and afternoon tea.

Take your loved ones on a family day out at Hubbard’s Hills.

Hubbard’s Hills is a former farmland turned nature park located on the western fringes of Louth in Lincolnshire. The parkland is favoured by locals and tourists alike for its natural beauty, glass-like lake, and idyllic streams. During peak season, you’ll find the grounds occupied with families on picnics and other outdoor activities. The park is pet-friendly as well, so feel free to bring your pooch anytime. While on your walk, you’ll be able to spot the memorial to Alphonse and Annie Pahud who once owned the estate.

Practise your angling skills at Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre.

Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre is an interactive museum found in the port town of Grimsby. This award-winning attraction is hailed for its accurate depiction of the lives of fishermen from the 1950s. You can roam the decorated sets and learn more about the fishing practices in the area. Guests can also board the M.F.V. Ross Tiger, one of the earliest diesel-fuelled trawlers in the country. Located on the town’s own port, the experience is truly one-of-a-kind for families on glamping trips.

Get up close and personal with the animals of Bransby Horses.

Bransby Horses is one of the biggest equine organisations in England and is located on the outskirts of Lincoln. Since its opening in 1947, the rescue home has now cared for more than a thousand horses. Aside from its charity work, the equine is also open to visitors from around the world who want to meet their four-legged residents. Families can roam around the paddocks, stroll on picturesque walkways, and have delicious picnics. If you forgot to pack lunch, there’s no need to worry – they have an onsite eatery with refreshments.

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