Useful information for the Tourism Industry
Take a look at the articles below - if you have any questions that aren't answered by these useful tips please contact us or if you have any comments about the www.VisitLincolnshire.com website please send an email to the website co-ordinators or telephone us on 0844 888 1156.
For tourist information contact the tourist information centre appropriate to the area you wish to visit, to request a brochure online see our brochure page and to speak to someone about the visitor economy telephone 01522 782332.
How to update your entry on www.VisitLincolnshire.com
If you would like to update your existing entry on www.visitlincolnshire.com email Allison Gilliver to request logon details to use the extranet called Guestlink to update your own details online. You can amend your entry, change your photograph, change your prices and add events.
Are you eligible for an entry on www.VisitLincolnshire.com?
All visitor accommodation providers can have a FREE basic entry on the website. Download a questionnaire here.
If you are a visitor attraction in Lincolnshire and would like a FREE basic entry on the website download a questionnaire here to enable an entry to be set up for you. Once your entry has been added to the website, login details will be set up for you so that you can update your information whenever necessary.
Food & drink venues
If you are a restaurant, public house, bar, coffee shop or other place to eat and drink and would like a FREE basic entry on the website, download a questionnaire here to enable an entry to be set up for you. Once your entry has been added to the website, login details will be set up for you so that you are able to update your information whenever necessary.
Shops & markets
If you own or manage a shop that a visitor to Lincolnshire may wish to visit, download a questionnaire here to enable an entry to be set up for you. Once your entry has been added to the website, you will be issued with login details so that you can update your entry whenever required.
VisitLincolnshire reserves the right to refuse an entry to businesses deemed inappropriate for the website
Basic entry or Enhanced entry?
All tourism businesses are eligible for a FREE basic entry on the www.VisitLincolnshire.com website. A basic entry offers a business a short description of your organisation, accreditation logos, one photograph and telephone number.
An enhanced entry offers more benefits to a business. Descriptions are longer, four images are shown on the entry, you can have a weblink to your own website, link to an email address, events, ticket and product online sales and bookability for accommodation providers. You can also have your own leaflet or brochure added to your entry as a pdf download. There is a charge of £125 plus vat per annum for small business and £250 plus vat per annum for large businesses (small accommodation providers have 10 and less rooms or units & small attractions and venues are those that don't charge an admission fee).
Are you an event organiser?
If you organise regular events that you would like to appear on www.VisitLincolnshire.com we can issue you with login details to Guestlink, the system we use to add information to the website. Alternatively, if you would like a one-off event to appear on the site we can add it for you, email details to us well in advance of the event.
You can include a photograph to your event's entry if you send it with your details (jpg landscape format).
VisitLincolnshire reserves the right to decline entries for our events listings should they be deemed inappropriate for this tourism website.
Weathering the Storm: Preparing for the worst
This was the wettest winter since records began with widespread flooding in many areas of the UK and the tidal surge that hit Lincolnshire in December was the most serious for 60 years. Some time ago, the outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease saw limited access to large parts of the countryside.
A number of workshops took place during March 2014 to help businesses plan for future periods of bad weather and other possible disruptive events.
If you were unable to attend the workshops you can download a copy of the presentation here.