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About Church Farm Cottage
Visit Britian 4* rated, detached cottage, with a comfortable, modern interior. Secluded and private, the cottage is set in an enclosed garden and has its own driveway. For your arrival, the cottage is cleaned and presented to a high standard. Bedlinen, towels, fuel and many other items, along with a welcome tea tray, are included in the rental price.
Church Farm Cottage is located in a quiet 'away from it all' rural village with views over countryside. It is less than 1 mile to the nearest pub/restaurant.
We want you to have a relaxing time in the cottage, many home from home extras are provided, including DVD and Freeview TV, Hi Fi, rural Wi Fi and Dishwasher. Books, films and board games are available for you to enjoy. There is Garden lighting, furniture and a barbeque for summer al fresco dining!
The cottage has 3 bedrooms. Master Bedroom with kingsize bed and 2 twin bedrooms (one of which, is on the ground floor). Also a small Nursery bedroom with a cot and baby equipment, next to the Master Bedroom.
The family bathroom has a bath and WC and on the ground floor there is a Shower/Wetroom and a separate Cloakroom with WC.
The Sitting Room seats 6 and has a TV and a wood burning stove for cosy evenings in! The lovely Dining Kitchen is very well equiped and has a full range of built in appliances.
The Cottage has central heating, double glazing and a wood burning stove.
The Cottage is a 6 mile, easy drive, from the Cathedral city of Lincoln.
Lincoln is a beautiful City, with lots to do. There is a fantastic Gothic Cathedral, Medieval Castle, Cobbled Streets, Roman museum, Usher Art Gallery, Theatre, Independant Shops, Galleries and Restauarants and of course, the famous Christmas Market. Steep Hill, Lincoln was voted best street in Britain 2011/12. Lincolnshire is also great for antique hunting!
The nearby Lincolnshire Wolds have lovely scenery, pretty villages and Market towns to explore. The Lincolnshire Coast has miles of unspoilt, blue flag beaches or seaside resorts and is less than an hours drive away. See the amazing sight of 100's of seal pups in winter!
Lincolnshire has a great Avation history with many airfields and memorials to visit, including the BBMF Museum at RAF Conningsby- home to Britain's only flying Lancaster Bomber.
The local area is a haven for wildlife. Experience a slower pace of life, with clean air. There are lots of local footpaths and bridleways (you can even bring your own horse!) Walk the owner's 30 acres of private woodland and wildflower meadow nearby.
2 very well behaved, small/ medium size dogs are welcome (£10 each). Please note that dogs are not allowed in the bedrooms, or on the furniture and cannot be left alone in the cottage.
The cottage is great for a family holiday and children are very welcome. Or it is lovely, as a romantic retreat for two! Many of our guests return.
A £100 returnable damage deposit cheque required
Nearby towns & villages.. (2.6 miles, 4.2 km, direction NW)
Dunholme is a small Lincolnshire village with a history stretching back to the Doomsday Book and possibly beyond. It is found nestling beneath a range of low hills, straddling along a stream... (3.3 miles, 5.3 km, direction NE)
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The village of Bardney lies on the eastern banks of the River Witham a short distance from Lincoln... (6.7 miles, 10.7 km, direction SW)
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