Good Hotel Guide Review
A smart trot up the bridleway reaches artist Jane Haigh’s rural B&B. Always on hand, the hostess provides a welcoming tea (home-made scones, clotted cream); advice on local restaurants; even a lift into Lincoln, nearby. Country-cosy rooms in converted stables, all exposed brickwork, contemporary grey and pale hues, mellow wood, have their own entrance, bathrobes, under-floor heating; a coffee machine and baked treats. Breakfast, in the conservatory, brings fresh fruit salad, Aga-cooked porridge and pancakes, local honey, croissants, pains au chocolat, and a wide range of hot dishes, using eggs from Jane’s hens; a continental option can be delivered to the room. Wellies and the family dogs can be borrowed for muddy walks. Stabling provided.
4. All in converted outbuildings.
1 Jan–9 Dec.
conservatory, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), ½-acre grounds leading to bridleway, 2 stables, manège, paddock for guests’ horses.
none, unless requested.
not under 15.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B single £79–£110, double £93–£125.
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