What
  • Activity
  • B&B
  • Beach
  • Boating
  • Bushcraft
  • Camping
  • Cottage
  • Craft / Art
  • Fishing
  • Food & Beverage
  • Glamping
  • Horse Riding
  • Hotel
  • Log Cabin
  • Self Catering
  • Shooting
  • Spa
  • Stalking
  • Walking / Sight Seeing
  • Wildlife
Where

The Coach House is a private annexe linked to The Old Rectory which was built in 1837, despite its age The Old Rectory typifies styling of the Georgian era. Located in a quiet village in the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds. We hope to offer a glimpse of peaceful rural life whilst being close to Lincoln City a 15 minute drive as well as Cadwell Park, Market Rasen Racecourse and the East Coast Seaside

Ground Floor:

The lounge has two three seater sofa’s, 40 inch TV which is internet enabled and Sky. Free Wi-fi also included.

Off the lounge you have a conservatory to sit, relax and perhaps read a book or play some board games.

You also have a dining room off the conservatory seating six with ease on an extending dining room table

Moving back through the lounge you have a hall way to leave boots and coats leading back to a Kitchen. We have tried to make this as a home from home. You have a full range cooker running on gas, small fridge, large fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. All washing tablets are provided for so you do not have to worry about bringing or shopping for.

First Floor:

Upstairs you have the main bedroom with en-suite and a kings size bed

Along the landing you pass the main bathroom with bath and rain shower

This then leads onto the two other bedrooms both with double beds

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  • Monday09:00 - 17:00
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  • Price Range 150 - 200
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