This excellently-presented mid-terrace cottage is situated in the heart of the beautiful Georgian stone-built market town of Stamford.
Situated close to the Burghley Estate, famous for its Burghley Horse Trials held annually in September, this delightful cottage is just a few miles from Rutland Water and offers guests an ideal base for exploring Lincolnshire.
Step into the property and you will instantly get a feel for the excellent standard this property has been presented to.
Set over three floors, the ground floor open plan living area offers a fully fitted kitchen with a breakfast bar and a cosy sitting area, a lovely space to relax in after a day out exploring the area.
Upstairs, the first floor has two bedrooms, a double and a cosy single room with a pull-out bed; both rooms are full of character features and offer a comfortable place to recharge your batteries.
The family shower room completes the first floor accommodation.
Further stairs lead up to the master bedroom on the second floor, a spacious room offering beautiful views over roof tops and to the fields beyond.
The town of Stamford boasts an extensive range of independent shops, pubs and restaurants.
If you can tear yourself away, there is plenty to do in the area.
Guests can enjoy a variety of activities and events including cycling, sailing and birdwatching at nearby Rutland Water and for those wishing to practice their swing there are three golf courses close by.
The lanes in the area offer a wealth of fabulous road cycling.
This wonderful cottage is perfect whatever the time of the year for friends and families to enjoy.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x second floor double, 1 x double, 1 x single with pull-out stacker bed. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen and breakfast bar (seats 3), and sitting area.
About the location
Oakham 10.9 miles; Peterborough 15.7 miles; Spalding 20.2 miles.
This wonderful stone-built Georgian market town is thought to be one of the finest stone towns in England. Famous for its use as Meryton in the 2005 Pride & Prejudice film, the town offers an excellent variety of independent shops, recognised retailers, character-rich pubs and range of restaurants. There is also a weekly market every Friday. Take a stroll to the banks of the River Welland which winds its way through Stamford and enjoy some lovely walking and an abundance of wildlife. There is a great deal to enjoy nearby with a huge range of attractions in and around Stamford, with the beautiful Elizabethan stately home of the Burghley Estate, a variety of golf courses and Rutland Water to name a few. This charming, bustling town offers an excellent place to stay whatever the time of the year.
Note: There is a breakfast bar that seats 3 but no formal dining area at this property.