This imaginatively designed luxury self-contained cottage near Stamford is a dreamy nest for lovebirds looking for a romantic break.
Plenty of unique features to give the wow factor. Beamed ceilings and brick floors create an atmosphere of period charm.
The barn is half in a private courtyard shared with a period farmhouse. No cars in sight.
A limitless supply of hot water for the double-ended cast iron bath and deluge shower. Perfect after a long day’s walk or sight seeing.
A lovely relaxed sitting area awaits you. Views onto a two acre orchard can be seen from the comfort of the sofas.
The property is surrounded by beautiful countryside. Fabulous walks from one to four hours long.
Why not arrive at the local pub in style? Borrow the tandem and pedal 10 minutes there (you can also burn-off the calories home too).
Views of the wild meadow can be seen from the comfort of your sofa.
A reclaimed chapel door has been used to create a quirky headboard for the super king sized bed. Have a great nights’ sleep on the hand crafted lambs wool and cashmere hypnos mattress.
We’ve listed four things to do during a weekend break to Stamford, but you could have just as much fun heading off on a picturesque country walk. There is a public foot path near to the cottage to take you on some lovely circular routes through open farmland. Distances varying from 1.5, 4.5 or 1O miles.
Meet the neighbours! You pass Burghley House as you drive to Stamford.
The grand 16th-century country house is a sight-seeing must. Its park was laid out by Capability Brown & deer are free to roam. Entry & parking to the grounds is free. Easy to visit by tandem.
Stamford has a great choice of independent tea shops and our favourite is Kafae on the Square. It was opened earlier this year by David and Faye and the decor is great. Grab a window seat, order a coffee & cake and enjoy the view of some of Stamford’s prettiest stone buildings.
Great for cyclists and walkers. Easy parking & an enormous cycle shop hiring out bikes of all shapes and sizes. A reasonably accomplished cyclist can get round the 26 mile reservoir in about 90 mins. Walkers can cross the dam, enjoying some of the best countryside the area has to offer.
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