Good Hotel Guide Review
A ‘lovely welcome’ of home-made cream scones awaits arriving guests at this ‘excellent’ B&B, a relaxed, rural spot next to a thick oak wood. It is run by Jane Haigh, an artist. Country-cosy rooms in the converted stables and cart shed have their own entrance; inside are calming hues, mellow wood, bathrobes and daily baked treats. Delivered to the room, a breakfast hamper filled with warm pastries and free-range local produce, wherever possible, includes eggs from Jane’s hens. Borrow wellies and the family dogs for walks. A small flock of Southdown sheep, horses and a cat complete the menagerie. Guests may bring their own horse – there are 2 stables, a menage and paddock. The hostess readily provides advice on local restaurants and even a lift into Lincoln, nearby.
4. All on ground floor in converted outbuildings.
conservatory, in-room TV (Freeview), ½-acre grounds, 2 stables, manège, paddock for guests’ horses.
not under 16.
only assistance dogs allowed.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B single £79–£110, double £90–£160. 1-night bookings refused weekends, high season.