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Local Accommodation and Camping

  •  Places to stay when sailing at Scotland Farm Home of Lincoln Model Yacht Club

Hotels, Guest Houses, Bed & Breakfast,

Camping & Caravans, Chalets .

These pages were updated in 2016

 Please note there is a Travel Lodge at Thorpe on the Hill  which is less than five minutes from the lake, Google it .

All  below are quite  close or  near the lake at Scotland Farm.


Just added 03/2/2015

JUST AROUND THE CORNER FROM THE LAKE Check out these nice apartments at Morton Boats, nice place, Chandlery on site for that new jacket you promised your self                                   http://ocapartments.co.uk/

  •    SKY BARN FARM              Caravan parking for 5 units,Caravan club members only please, aprox 3 miles from the lake .                                  aprox £ 12.00 per night,,,,  check out the details on the web site ,    or   email Nicola     Details on the website                                                   http://www.skybarnfarm.co.uk/


  •     Three miles from the lake, nice setting in a loverly village , email Dawn   dawn.dunning2@btopenworld.com    or give her a call ,number on her website.                              http://www.wheelwrightsbnb.co.uk/
  •      Very very close to the Pub and the Lake very nice setting contact Karen at Red House Farm for full details. ,     only 4 minutes to the lake means you can have a lie in. Email Karen for full details ,     reservations@redhousefarmbnb.com 

The well known Travellodge   5 mins from the lake                        https://www.travelodge.co.uk/


  • David and Hilary are proud to welcome you to their award-winning Lincoln bed and breakfast, The Gables Guest House. Tel: +44 01522829102,                 Less than 1 mile from the lake
  •  http://www.gablesguesthouse.com/
  •  Tel: +44 01522 878 000  About 1 mile to the lake
  • http://www.bentleyhotellincoln.co.uk/
  • Longdale house is 9 miles from the lake and will take approximately  15 minutes
  • http://www.eaglesguesthouse.co.uk/
  • The Eagles Guest house is about 1 mile to the lake
  • http://www.firtreecottagebandb.com/
  • A delightful pub on Britain’s oldest man made waterway, the Roman built Fossdyke Canal, plenty of rooms and great food , distance from the lake is 7 miles and will take you less than 15 minutes.
  • http://www.pyewipe.co.uk/
  • Book direct for best prices , free parking, It is about 6.5 miles to the lake and you should allow 20 minutes
  • Based in the lovely village of Barnby in the Willows , slightly further from the lake at 15 miles, you should allow 25minutes to get to the lake. They do have 8 en suite rooms.
  • http://www.southparkguesthouse.co.uk/
  • The Canal view is situated in the village of Saxilby, It is 8 miles from the lake and should take no more than ten minutes
  • http://www.canal-view.co.uk/




Try this place below if there are a few of you, It is self catering accommodation  about two miles from the lake at Scotland Farm


Or try Thorpe Park Lodges ,    this is about 1 mile from the lake.


Camp sites can be found on the following website    http://www.lincoln.gov.uk/visitor-and-leisure/parks-and-open-spaces/hartsholme-country-park/hartsholme-country-park-campsite/110612.article

Contact Mick Chamberlain for details

All  the hotels and b&b and guest houses  are very easy to get to the sailing venue and most will take less than 15 minutes , there is an large Asda supermarket nearby also  a JET Petrol station that has a very large shop.

The Railway Inn is the local pub good pub grub and friendly people, The best place in Town


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