Carlby near Stamford, Lincolnshire
An attractive stone-built studio annexe, situated on the edge of the rural village of Carlby in Lincolnshire. An external flight of stone steps lead you up to this delightful Carlby cottage offering sloping ceilings with Velux windows, framing views over the Lincolnshire countryside. The spacious open plan living area enjoys laminate flooring with rugs, a cosy seating area, a well-appointed bedroom area and a compact well-designed fitted kitchen. Outside this Carlby cottage is an enclosed private garden with patio and furniture, ideal for alfresco dining, reading a book and just relaxing. The village of Carlby is just 5 miles from Stamford, a beautiful town which has retained a wealth of old world charm, enjoying picturesque cobbled stone streets with many of its buildings being constructed in Lincolnshire limestone. This Carlby cottage is within easy travelling distance from Burghley House, famous for the Burghley Horse Trials and Rutland Water, a 3000 acre reservoir offering, walking, fishing, cycling, birdwatching, butterfly and bird centre. An ideal Carlby cottage perfect for a romantic getaway holiday.
All first floor. Studio living area with double bed and sitting area. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Compact fitted kitchen.
Oil central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, TV with Freeview. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Private lawned garden with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 2 miles.
At a glance
- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
About the location
Bourne 5 miles; Stamford 5 miles; Peterborough 16 miles.
Carlby is a small rural Lincolnshire village sandwiched between the towns of Bourne and Stamford. The market town of Bourne offers a variety of shops which includes crafts and antiques and has a market on a Thursday and Saturday. The town also offers a leisure centre and Bourne Woods, with extensive paths and a sculpture trail. Stamford is an attractive conservation town renowned for its beautiful Lincolnshire limestone buildings which are home to wide range of shops, public houses, restaurants and tea rooms. The town also offers attractive cobbled streets with, a priory, 13th century church, arts centre, museum, microbrewery and water meadows, where you enjoy a picnic, feed the birds or enjoy tranquil river side walks along the River Welland. Market day is on a Friday with a smaller Saturday market and fortnightly farmers markets.