This lovely end-terrace cottage is situated opposite the 14th century parish church, being part of a small courtyard development of residential properties in the centre of this pretty village.
Burgh le Marsh is just four miles from the popular seaside resort of Skegness and this attractive bungalow is ideal for couples wishing to explore the nearby sandy coastline, nature reserves and the historic market towns of Horncastle, Louth and Market Rasen.
This cosy property provides all ground floor accommodation with an open plan kitchen, sitting and dining area and one double bedroom with an en-suite shower.
There is a separate utility room for your exclusive use close to the property that includes an additional sink, washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer.
Outside, to the front of the cottage, there is parking for one car, with a small south-facing seating area to the side of the property.
The village has excellent facilities, including five inns, a butcher, a baker and three general stores.
There is a working windmill, and Heritage Centre, which is open to the public and coarse fishing is also available in the village.
It is a few minutes’ drive to the traditional seaside town of Skegness, with long sandy Blue Flag beaches, restaurants, cafes, amusements and seasonal entertainment.
Nature lovers will enjoy a visit to the Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve, and for golfers there are numerous links courses along the coast.
The surrounding area is peppered with former World War II RAF bases, with an aviation heritage centre at East Kirkby, west of Spilsby and the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight at RAF Coningsby.
Nearby Horncastle is noted for antiques and bric-a-brac stores, whilst Lincoln is well within reach for a pleasant day out.
This lovely cottage is perfectly placed for an interesting and relaxing holiday.
About the location
BURGH LE MARSH
Skegness 4 miles.
The pretty village of Burgh le Marsh, surrounded by open farmland, is just four miles from the popular seaside town of Skegness. Burgh le Marsh has varied amenities, with five pubs all serving food, a butcher's, a baker's and a village store. There is a lovely historic windmill and an ancient church, perched high on a hill. There is a mixture of old and new buildings, now housing several tea rooms and restaurants. It has a good road network, with very easy access to Louth, Lincoln and the coast. The nearby coastline has long, sandy beaches and sand dunes, a haven for wildlife, including a couple of seal sanctuaries, notably Donna Nook Seal Reserve to the north of Mablethorpe. This is ideal cycling country, with quiet country routes and flat terrain. The village provides a good base for touring this lesser known coastal district of Lincolnshire.