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The Old Stables
Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, England
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About The Old Stables
Set amongst the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds in the village of Walesby, The Old Stables is a 150 year-old barn conversion amid an acre of garden. Each bedroom has its own private entrance onto the garden.
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Random England fact:
The poet Matthew Arnold was the person who first called Oxford the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’ in his poem 'Thyrsis' which was written in December of 1865.
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