Thorganby is a great location for family holidays and with Marris Barn sleeping 16, including the wagon shed accessible annexe, we can provide the perfect location for three generational family get togethers. Guests regularly book all three of the Thorganby properties creating Sleeps 24. Why not treat yourself to a special celebration dinner by employing one of our recommended chefs? Enjoy a day visit to Lincoln or to our beautiful coastline. Matthew our local bushcraft expert will educate and entertain both children and adults alike with a wild woodcraft experience. Go off into the estate woodlands to learn about foraging, shelter making, and tool safety use.
Emma’s Tips for Family Holidays
- High ropes
- Farm adventure parks
- Cycling along a disused railway line
- Wild Woodcraft
- Great Area for Geocaching
- Why not download a ‘Treasure Trail’ and explore Louth or Cleethorpes
Hall Farm Park
Hall Farm Park at South Kelsey, set on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds is a small family run park with quiet rural backdrop, a real working farm and lots of things to see and do all add to the unique experience.
Rand Farm Park
Rand Farm Park is set in the heart of rural Lincolnshire, just a few miles from the Lincolnshire Wolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The team encourage all visitors to interact with the animals and hope youngsters will gain maximum benefit from the communal play areas
The city of Lincoln, this is rural England at its very best – endless countryside, bustling market towns and charming villages.
Love Lincolnshire Wolds
Discover amazing places to eat, sleep and visit across the Lincolnshire Wolds and charming Market Towns.
An ideal destination for a city break, Lincoln offers an experience rich in history combined with independent boutique shopping, great arts and culture and a wealth of places to eat and drink.
Based in the Lincolnshire area offering a wide variety of engaging bushcraft and outdoor experiences for all. Our permanent team are Matthew Chapman and Maria Charles who bring together a wide skill set to make your experience challenging, inspiring and fun whilst maintaining high levels of safety and well-being.
Well Known Attractions
Perhaps walks on the beach or countryside, or maybe a history and heritage weekend, shopping spree or culture break is more your style?
Lincolnshire has it all in one glorious county stretching from coast to countryside, cathedral city to country village.
Give us a day, a weekend or be our guest for longer and we’ll provide holiday memories that will linger for a lifetime…
Doddington Hall, Lincoln (27 miles).
There is always something new to see and do on the estate whether that is inside the Hall, in the five acres of gardens, one of our events, or on one of the estate walks. We look forward to welcoming you to Doddington.
Grimsby, The National Fishing Heritage Centre (12 miles).
Experience the sights, sounds and smells of Great Grimsby as the ‘world’s premier fishing port’ at our award winning attraction. Discover life for British trawlermen in a job described as ‘the most dangerous peacetime occupation in the UK’. Climb aboard the historic ‘Ross Tiger’ trawler to experience the conditions aboard one of our earliest surviving diesel side-trawlers!
Hull, The Deep Aquarium (30 miles).
This award-winning attraction is home to 3,500 fish including magnificent sharks and rays. The dramatic building, which overlooks the Humber estuary, was designed by world class architects, Sir Terry Farrell and Partners. It is just a short walk from The Deep into Hull Marina and the Museums Quarter.
Imagine stepping back in time on a journey across 2,000 years. Visit Lincoln and immerse yourself in a rich legacy of architectural heritage. Enjoy the majestic beauty of Lincoln Cathedral, the fun of Lincoln Castle and the cobbled streets which surround it.
The Lincolnshire coast is host to two very different seaside experiences: the Fun Coast stretches from Skegness to Mablethorpe and is home to some of the finest seaside resorts in the UK. However the rural coast is a haven for nature lovers, birdwatchers, conservationists and romantics. Gibralter Point, Saltfleetby, Crook Bank, and Moggs Eye all reward those seeking the natural coastline.
Rural Market Towns.
Come and explore Lincolnshire’s famous market towns: the Georgian town of Louth with its beautiful parish church, Horncastle, famous for its antique centres, Market Rasen and Caistor. With all the local produce which Lincolnshire has to offer Farmer’s Markets are regular events.