Tucked away in the attractive rural Lincolnshire village of Hagworthingham, is this spacious detached single-storey barn enjoying far-reaching views over gentle rolling hills.
Stylishly furnished throughout, this Hagworthingham cottage offers country charm that will suit a family looking for a peaceful country holiday.
There are five ground floor bedrooms at this Lincolnshire cottage, giving everyone the space and privacy they require, whilst the bespoke fitted kitchen with a breakfast area will suit family meals.
Making up the rest of the accommodation is a separate dining room with French doors to the patio area and a spacious sitting room with original oak beams and a stunning carved Yorkstone feature fireplace with a woodburner, just perfect for snuggling up in front of on chilly evenings.
Outside this cottage in Hagworthingham are a walled courtyard garden and a large lawned garden with a summerhouse where you can relax and enjoy uninterrupted views over beautiful countryside.
Located between Horncastle and Spilsby, the cottage is well placed for exploring the Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The cottage has a footpath adjacent to it leading to Snipe Dales Country Park and Nature Reserve, less than a mile away.
Also within easy driving distance are the vibrant seaside resorts of Skegness and Ingoldmells, offering attractions suitable for all ages.
A wonderful country cottage hideaway amongst delightful Lincolnshire countryside.
About the location
Spilsby 5 miles; Horncastle 5 miles.
The historic village of Hagworthingham sits at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It has a village store, country pub and local cafés selling scrumptious homemade goodies. Hagworthingham village is located on the A158 and is close to the market town of Horncastle, which is renowned for its interesting antique shops. Also close by are historic Alford and the town of Spilsby. Adjacent to Hagworthingham is Snipe Dales Country Park, 200 acres of beautiful rolling countryside with way marked trails, picnic areas and a variety of wildlife. For nature lovers, Gibraltar Point is close by and so is Donna Nook where seals come every year to have their pups on the beach in November or December. The elegant Victorian village of Woodhall Spa is just a few miles away, home of English golf, and Petwood Hotel was the RAF's Officer's Mess for 617 Squadron during World War Two. Nearby RAF Coningsby is home to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and East Kirkby Aviation Museum is five miles away, while the Blue Flag beaches at Skegness offer traditional seaside attractions.