Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
Really lovely & unique detached Barn Conversion,with a warm,stylish & comfortable interior.Lovely courtyard & big garden with furniture & BBQ
Located in a quiet village.The cottage is in a secluded position,with views over meadow.
Single Level (1 step to bedroom wing. Step to front door,also).
The cottage is only a 7 mile (easy journey) to the picturesque, Cathedral City of Lincoln.Head to the coast,for Seaside fun or miles of deserted beaches.
The gorgeous Roman City of Lincoln has a wonderful Cathedral, Castle with the Magna Carta & Victorian prison.Waterfront, Museums & Galleries,cobbled streets, Independent shops & restaurants,you will find plenty to do!
Steep Hill,voted Britain's Best Street! In December a Christmas Market in the Castle grounds.
The Lincolnshire Wolds has pretty villages & market towns, beaches and seaside.See Seals & pups in winter.
Lot of lovely Historic Houses & gardens.Great for antique hunting in Horncastle,Newark & Hemswell.
Lincolnshire showground (5 miles).County show, in June.
Lincolnshire has a great Aviation history, with many museums.Lots of things to see, which you will not find anywhere else! Including Battle of Britain Memorial Flight museum at RAF Conningsby, home to Britain's only airworthy Lancaster.Lincolnshire Aviation Centre. New RAF Memorial, Lincoln
Spacious & light inside.Valentine Cottage has been restored to retain original features,in a modern setting. Converted to the highest spec,using 'Green' Technology.
The cottage is warm, underfloor heating throughout.Thermostats to each room.
Cleaned to a high standard & pet free.The cottage sleeps 6 people max + baby.
3 double (cottage size) bedrooms,divided by original,thick barn walls.
All bedrooms have wardrobes & drawers.
Master bedroom with king size bed & en suite bathroom (TV)
Bedroom 2: king size bed (TV & DVD)
Bedroom 3: Super king 6ft zip & link bed (can be divided into 2 single beds)
2 bathrooms with good showers & heated towel rails.En-suite with large shower cubicle. 2nd bathroom has a large bath & power shower over.
Sitting room with floor to ceiling windows & views over countryside.TV,DVD, books, games etc. to enjoy.Unlimited WiFi.
Wonderful, dining kitchen with Shaker style units, bespoke breakfast larder, solid oak worktops, peninsula unit and a TV for the chef! Large American style Fridge/Freezer,Double Oven Electric Range Cooker,Dishwasher, Integrated Microwave,Washer/Dryer.
Patio doors to enclosed courtyard with lighting, garden furniture and barbecue.Through the gate,to a large enclosed lawn,ideal for picnics & ball games.
Fuel,Linen,towels & household basics provided.
Ample parking,on the private driveway at rear of cottage.
Many places to walk and cycle locally, just step outside! Explore owners,30 acres of wildflower meadow & woodland nearby.
Lots of guests return
Sorry, no contractors or stag/hen groups
Travel cot, Highchair,Shower seat
Returnable,damage deposit required.
in the county of Lincolnshire(2.6 miles, 4.2 km, direction NW)
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in the county of Lincolnshire(3.3 miles, 5.2 km, direction NE)
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in the county of Lincolnshire(8.0 miles, 12.8 km, direction NW)
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