North Kelsey 1.5 miles.
A superbly appointed, 18th century barn-conversion nestled within 150 acres of endearing woodland and pasture, on the outskirts of North Kelsey.
This spacious accommodation houses everything you and your loved ones could need during a week-long break to the countryside, comprising of two floors of traditional charm, antique furnishings and contemporary features.
Be welcomed into the open-plan living room, where the open fire fills the room with warmth and tranquillity during those chilly winter evenings.
Here, you will find an amply equipped kitchen which houses everything you will need to cater for yourselves whilst staying at The Barn.
After dinner, look forward to curling up with your loved ones whilst the fire burns and your favourite film is playing on the TV with the added benefit of Netflix.
As the evening draws to a close, drift off to sleep in one of the light filled bedrooms, comprising of a family bedroom with a king-size bed and two single beds, and a king-size bedroom.
During a summer's evening, spend some time rustling up an evening meal on the BBQ, or choose to walk your dogs around the superb grounds where you will discover breath-taking scenery.
Whilst exploring the grounds you will be delighted to find friendly horses and dogs, in addition to chickens, guinea fowl and cats roaming around.
If you are feeling active, make use of the horse riding (experienced riders only), tennis courts and bike hire facilities by booking in advance.
For those special occasions, venture to the nearby village of North Kelsey where you will find a traditional pub, as well as a local shop for picking up any essentials.
Any cyclists staying here will be delighted to find the flat, quiet country roads within the area, whilst walkers will enjoy the coastline and the nearby Lincolnshire Wolds AONB.
During the warmer months, spend an afternoon at the coastal town of Grimsby, where you will find a sandy beach and the Jungle Zoo.
The Barn is a superb base for bringing the entire family together to this part of Lincolnshire.