A character cottage in the village of Goulceby, seven miles from the market town of Louth, set in the Lincolnshire Wolds which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Anvil Lodge was originally a blacksmiths and still holds some of the original characters; with plenty of things to see and do, this makes a great place for families or small groups of friends to enjoy.
On entry into the cottage, you are in the well-equipped kitchen with everything needed to prepare some home-cooked meals which can then be enjoyed in the separate dining room.
There is a cosy sitting room with plenty of seating, even a rocking chair, in front of a decorative fireplace, adding to its’ original character.
There are two good-sized bedrooms and a family bathroom adding to the flexibility of the property.
Outside is a lawned garden; a great place for the kids to let off some steam.
There is a good-sized south-facing patio with furniture, making it a nice place to relax with a glass of something cold after a full day exploring the area.
The village of Goulceby is home to The Three Horseshoes, which is an independently run freehouse and campsite, with the recent addition of a village shop.
With good walks and cycle routes from the door, you can explore the rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
A 15 mins’ drive away takes you to the Georgian market town of Louth with excellent shopping, including weekly market days and a vast assortment of eateries catering for all tastes, as well as Horncastle which is particularly famous for its selection of antique shops.
Travel to the coast to see the seal colony at Donna Nook or visit the seaside resorts of Skegness or Mablethorpe for a great day out.
Further afield is the cathedral city of Lincoln with its castle and the Magna Carta Centre.
Set in stunning scenery, Anvil Lodge is a perfect cottage to enjoy at any time of the year.
About the location
Louth 8 miles; Horncastle 7 miles; Lincoln 24 miles.
Goulceby is a village in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire. It is situated 7 miles south west from the market town of Louth and lies in the Lincolnshire Wolds which is an Area of Outstanding Beauty. The Viking Way, a nationally recognised long distance footpath runs through the village and is popular with many parties of walkers. Goulceby is home to The Three Horseshoes which is an independently run freehouse and campsite. which has recently added a village shop. The Georgian market town of Louth with 3 markets a week is just 15 minutes’ drive, as is Horncastle, famous for its selection of antique shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants. Travel to the coast to see the seal colony at Donna Nook, especially popular in the winter months, when hundreds of seals are born, or visit the traditional seaside resorts of Skegness and Mablethorpe. Visit RAF Coningsby which houses the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight or even for something different visit Cadwell Park Racing Circuit. Spend a day discovering the cobbled streets of the hilltop cathedral city of Lincoln with its castle, cathedral and the Magna Carta Centre. Goulceby is in a perfect situation to explore this great area of Lincolnshire.