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Busy people, busy lives

Are you trying to improve your English Language skills for your career or for exam preparation or just for social needs? Why not consider a language holiday in Lincoln. We can provide you with accommodation with an English speaking host, a weekly timetable of English lessons and a full social programme.

Take a look at our recent ‘Language Holiday Visitors’

Nella from Italy

We met Nella in the arrivals hall at East Midlands Airport, Nottingham one Saturday afternoon and delivered her safely to the host family in Lincoln.


Sunday  was spent exploring Lincoln and getting to know her English host family.

From Monday to Thursday Nella attended 15 hours of English classes which included Grammar, Pronunciation, Reading and Speaking and Listening. The average class consisted of 7 students all from different countries and of different ages. Nella had no problem fitting in!

Nella works as a Paediatrician in Italy and has both a busy work and home life. She could only visit Lincoln for one week, but we managed to arrange an English breakfast in a well-known restaurant for her and a fellow student, an evening visit to an English country pub, a tour of the Museum of Lincolnshire Life and a lovely day at a National Trust Stately home.

In what little spare time she had, Nella explored the local area by herself on foot, and by bicycle. She even managed to stop and chat for 10 minutes to a neighbour walking his dog! Lincoln is a friendly place and people are often happy to spend time talking to visitors.

The week went by very quickly and soon it was time to drive Nella back to the airport, hoping that her purchase of an English cookery book, and a few souvenirs did not put her over the Ryanair baggage limit!

Nella airport


Umberto from Turin, Italy

Umberto swapped his home in Turin, Italy for a 4 week stay in Lincoln with our homestay, Rebecca.

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As preparation for his IELTS exam, Umberto attended English lessons everyday and we filled his free time with social and cultural events.

Umberto enjoyed outings to Woolsthorpe Manor, the birthplace of Sir Issac Newton, London and the caves at Nottingham. He experienced afternoon tea and traditional Sunday lunch too!


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