Holiday Cottages In Lincolnshire To Rent
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Kareene - verified booking
"A lovely barn, clean, well equipped and well kept. (Albeit as a dog owner you are asked politely to hoover after you and take the bins out when leaving). It's nice and close to a stocked carp/ mixed course fishing lake, that is well maintained and generally fishes well . The average carp size for us, being around 7 -12 lb, that generally came out on floating dog biscuit or bread. (There are bigger in there!) Bream, Perch, and Roach also came out on our stay.Peacock barn is situated just outside the small village of Timberland in the picturesque Fens countryside, with lots of wildlife on offer. We heard owls, foxes, saw plenty of kestrels, butterflies, pheasants, red legged partridges, etc.While we had to travel by car to find a local Supermarket, the village did have a local pub, 'The Penny Farthing'. It is a pleasant 10-15min walk away and serves an excellent homemade Steak and Ale pie, and lovely Lincolnshire sausages and mash! Highly recommended!!!The only 2 drawbacks we had on our stay were a very firm bed, a tad uncomfortable for us, and very rough underfoot, shower mats!The owners Adam and Amanda were very welcoming and knowledgeable about the barn, the fishing, and the local area. They were always on hand to help, often popping around the lake to see how we were getting on, or to offer advice if we needed it, or simply to listen to any concerns we had. Amanda even stood outside on the road, to guide us into the grounds, when we first arrived!Would definitely like to return for another visit."
Sharon - verified booking
"This bungalow was clean and comfortable.The beds were fantastic what a treat.A tip for owners is to have a welcome pack.It doesn't have to big but after a long drive to make a drink/cup of tea would be welcome start to the holiday.Also there wasn't any spare toilet paper. I brought my own but as the nearest shop was at least 25 minutes walk those little bits go a long way especially as the bungalow in it self was at a high standard with beautiful wooden furnishings.The garden is well maintained and peaceful gorgeous.It is quite a walk to the beach so a car is best.Not many places to eat out. We found The Kings Head which was good.About 15minutes drive.A lovely get away but not close to shops or anywhere for retail therapy.Wi-Fi actually works which was brilliant for the teenagers.Once at the beach it is beautiful. The Sandy beach was deserted and a pleasure. So if you want a well maintained contained clean peaceful family holiday.S15837 is the place.Best to have a car as local amenities including the beach are about 25/ 30 minutes walking distance."
Patricia - verified booking
"The lodge overlooks the fishing lake and the view from the decking is absolutely beautiful. Great to sit out and just relax and enjoy watching the ducks, and the fishing. The lodge is very nice, open plan sitting/dining area/kitchen, very light and spacious with two big windows, one a patio, to enjoy the view. There are two twin bedrooms, adjacent bathroom consisting of toilet, basin and shower cubicle, the third bedroom with king size bed and dressing area with plenty of storage and hanging space leads to en suite with toilet, basin and shower cubicle. Bed linen and towels very clean, beds comfy. Plenty of hot water. Remember to take some coat hangers as there are only a few supplied. The only negative point I have to make is that the two sofas are well used and not at all comfortable, they do need replacing."
Pete - verified booking
"Nice location and lovely accommodation. Warm welcome and with eggs, milk and cake for us on arrival it made the long drive worth it. One grumble I have is that, yes, pets can stay and there is a charge for this, not a problem with that. But its not until you arrive that you are informed by a notice on the wall explaining that dogs are not allowed upstairs or in any bedroom, which only leaves the kitchen/dinning area. There are no means supplied to stop them going upstairs. You basically pay to allow your dog to stay in one room, while everybody is upstairs, which is difficult unless you have a cage and stair gate with you. Beside this, Jane made us feel very welcome without being intrusive and we would recommend to others."
Helen - verified booking
"We stayed here for Xmas 2017. We had 6 adults & 2 children. It was a lovely barn but we felt for 8 people the oven wasn't big enough. Especially for xmas dinner. The barn was nicely decorated for xmas. There was no plastic plates etc for the children. The kettle had no filter & so the lime went into your drinks. We also paid £25 per dog which we thought was a bit much as we always clean when leaving anyway. £25 for the two of them would have been enough for the extra work they made. They weren't allowed upstairs in the lounge so only stayed in their crates in the kitchen area. There was a good enclosed garden for them. We enjoyed the week but felt it needed a few extras like games, dvds etc."