Converted stone barn in the Lincolnshire Wolds. Luxury self-catering accommodation combining original features with modern comforts.
Ideal base for walking, cycling and fishing on the farm lake. Complimentary tea and coffee provided. Suitable for couples and families. Pets welcome.
Originally a stable block and home to the shire horses working on the farm. The upper floor of the Granary Barn was used for food storage for the animals.
Built in the 18th century and constructed of local Lincolnshire stone, the barn has been beautifully converted, with a great deal of care and attention to preserving its original features and charm.
The ground floor has a large well-equipped kitchen-dining room with ample space to seat 6 people for a meal.
Bedroom 1 on the ground floor is spacious with a king size bed, solid pine furniture and en-suite bath-shower room.
The first floor sitting room with a large picture window, boasts panoramic views overlooking a tranquil grassy valley.
There is an additional shower room and two bedrooms on the first floor, one with a double bed, the other with twin beds.
All rooms are spacious, whilst retaining a wealth of original features including polished wooden floors, timbers beams and exposed brickwork.
Food Hampers of quality Local Produce avaialble to order.
Original Features combined with comfort.
To book this Holiday Cottage, or find out more, please contact them directly by
Disabled Facilities: No. Ground floor double bedroom (5') and en-suite bathroom and shower cubicle.
Linen Provided: Yes. All Linen / bedding Included
Pets Allowed: Yes. Pets Welcome by arrangement
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Oil
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No. No Smoking Policy
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Fishing avaialble on farms own Lake. Ideal walking terrain for exploring the Linconshire Wolds and the Viking Way which runs through the farm. Wildlife Watching.
Local Services: Trains from Market Rasen station (5 miles)
Buses from Market Rasen, Lincoln(16 miles) and Grimsby (16 miles)
From Market Rasen take the A631 East heading towards Louth.
After approximatley 4 miles you will arrive at the village of North Willingham.
Continue on the A631 through the village to the bottom of a steep hill.
Take a left turn up the farm drive to the Granary Barn.