About this property
Found outside the centre of the charming town of Burgh le Marsh is this beautiful collection of historic buildings, now converted to offer wonderful holiday accommodation, with the largest being The Farmhouse. This 200-year-old property has been thoughtfully and carefully restored with perfectly chosen classic furnishings amidst modern essentials, making it suitable for large groups and families to get together for a lovely retreat. The ground floor of the property boasts several rooms to relax in and gather together, from the entrance hall-turned-snug with an open-fire, to the sitting room where a woodburning stove can be lit on a winter's evening to warm everyone as you watch a film together on the large TV, cuddling up on the array of beautiful soft seating including a traditional chaise longue. Spread out with a board game in the kitchen/diner, as the chefs of the group get the evening meal on the go using the large range cooker, and then when all is ready, serve up the meal within the dining room, where a long table has a place for everyone to sit and tuck in. Play some summer outdoor games or just enjoy a run around with the little ones in the large enclosed garden with plenty of lawn space and seating, and later on take a dip in the inviting hot tub, set within an outhouse so the weather won't stop you from taking a relaxing soak in the bubbles. Heading upstairs to the first floor will bring you to four of the five gorgeous bedrooms, you'll look forward to the part of your day when you get to settle into one of the king-size or double beds, with three of the rooms benefiting from en-suite bathrooms, one including a taste of luxury with a roll-top bath to soak in for a quiet moment. Those with little ones will love getting snug in the second-floor family room up in the eaves which holds a king-size and two singles. Make a plan for the day and decide where you'd like to go, take a trip to the seaside resort of Skegness where a host of charming attractions lie, visit the seals at Natureland, where orphaned and rescued seals are rehabilitated, as well as penguins, butterflies, reptiles and you can even feed the goats in Pets Corner. Stroll along the Skegness Pier for wonderful views of the coast, before hopping on some thrilling rides at the Pleasure Beach Fairground for those who feel a little daring. If you love getting into the heart of beautiful countryside then go up to the Lincolnshire Wolds AONB, perfect for walking and cycling over a range of scenic hills. The Farmhouse will be a treat for all within this lovely area of Lincolnshire.