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Athina & Atlanta - self catering holiday cottages in Lincolnshire
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Luxury self-catering holiday cottage accommodation in the heart of Lincolnshire ...

Athina and Atlanta are large self-catering holiday cottages in Lincolnshire with all the luxuries the discerning holidaymaker might wish for. Each has a heated indoor swimming pool and a jacuzzi.

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Each sleeping up to twenty guests, Athina and Atlanta offer ideal self-catering holiday cottage accommodation for group holidays, family parties, Christmas and New Year breaks, or any special occasion when you are looking for something different for family or friends.

Athina is beautifully located in the village of Welton in the heart of Lincolnshire, on the edge of the Wolds and only a short bus or car ride from the historic cathedral city of Lincoln, famous for its abundance of old churches and many visitor attractions, including the world famous Christmas market each December.

Atlanta is located in the historic village of Theddlethorpe All Saints in East Lincolnshire, close to the Wolds, and centrally positioned between Cleethorpes, Mablethorpe, Skegness and Louth.

Whichever holiday cottage property you choose, you will enjoy a holiday to remember!

 
 
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