Whitsun Breaks at Tattershall Lakes 2014

30th April 2014 Published by

View More: http://mandycarter.pass.us/tattershawlakesIn Larkin’s poem, “The Whitsun Weddings” he remarks “That Whitsun, I was late getting away.” Don’t let this happen to you this Whitsun! Book your Whitsun break here at Tattershall Lakes. Whitsun weekend starts Friday, May 23rd, and for that weekend we are offering a Wild Camping plot that sleeps up to six people for just £93. If camping isn’t your bag, then how about a Comfort Caravan? It sleeps six people also, and a three-day break comes at the amazing price of just £287.

If you can’t make it for that weekend, then how about the weekend after? From June 6th we’re offering a three-day break on Wild Camping for just £43, – with a savings of 30%, or a three-day break in one of our stunning Superior Lodges for only £304 – accommodation to suit any need.

View More: http://mandycarter.pass.us/tattershawlakesAs usual, Whitsun offers the impossibly irresistible array of entertainment and fun for the whole family to enjoy. Why not hire bikes and enjoy the first summer sun in the perfect rural setting? There’s also the pool, relaxing spa days, watersports like wakeboarding and waterskiing. There’s no way you could get bored. Enjoy a round of golf, or a peaceful fishing jaunt on one of our lakes.

If you are staying with us for a few days or more, then why not step off the park and enjoy some more of Lincolnshire’s history and beauty. Nearby Lincoln offers a great day out, with its famous castle and stunning cathedral – it’s truly a history lover’s paradise. And if blasts from the ancient past are what really interest you, then there’s also Tattershall Castle and romantic Belvoir Castle.

Finally, if the lakes start to feel too small for you, then you could take a day excursion up to one of Lincolnshire’s famous seaside towns like Cleethorpes or Skegness. They both offer pleasant sea views and family fun, which are made even nicer by the traditional dawn of summer at Whitsun weekend. Come and discover, in Larkin’s words, “where sky and Lincolnshire and water meet.”

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