All-in­clu­sive fish­ing break Sport at Low­fields is re­served for the happy guests O

Angling Times (UK) - - UK FISHERIES -

N SOME hol­i­day com­plexes you rub shoul­ders with day-ticket an­glers, but not at Low­fields Coun­try Re­treat, where eight beau­ti­ful lakes are purely for the own­ers of the on-site award­win­ning ac­com­mo­da­tion, and those hol­i­day­mak­ers rent­ing the prop­er­ties.

In the heart of the Lin­colnshire coun­try­side and cov­er­ing 22 acres, Low­fields of­fers great fish­ing. Two of its lakes are more than 300 years old, and the em­pha­sis is purely on en­joy­ing your­self and see­ing the stresses and strains of life soak away – the fish­ing is in­cluded in the price of your stay.

Low­fields of­fers ex­cel­lent five-star ac­com­mo­da­tion in­clud­ing static car­a­vans, Scan­di­na­vian log cabin and ‘Olde Worlde’ charm from the pic­ture-per­fect Field­fare Cot­tage and The Grange.

Some are pet-friendly too and avail­able ei­ther on a hol­i­day or short break ba­sis year-round, the main sea­son be­ing Easter through to October.

All ac­com­mo­da­tion in­cludes LCD flat screen TV and DVD player, bed linen, hand and bath tow­els, heat­ing and elec­tric

As for the fish­ing, the big­gest lake is just 1.5 acres, mak­ing all eight in­ti­mate and rel­a­tively sim­ple to fish. Carp are the main species, but there’s also good num­bers of roach, bream, tench, cru­cians and rudd to tar­get.

Lodge and Wil­low Lakes are the main wa­ters, with depths down to 6ft and a wide mix of fish. The re­main­ing six lakes vary be­tween 0.5 and 0.25 acres and lend them­selves to float­fish­ing tac­tics.

When you’ve fin­ished your fish­ing you can take a stroll in the area or sim­ply sit back, re­lax and watch the wildlife at this David Bel­lamy Gold Award­win­ning site.

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