The Old School is a delightful conversion of a former school room dating back to the 1870s and now provides an oasis of luxury nestled within the peaceful Lincolnshire hamlet of Hatton.
This is a perfect choice for families, friends and couples, in fact anyone wanting to explore the endless possibilities on offer throughout England's fourth largest county.
This lovely cottage is sympathetically renovated whilst retaining original features.
As a testament to its age, the front of this delightful cottage retains its original Victorian post box, which is still in use!
On entering the porch the original coat hooks are still in use but the designs of the coats have greatly changed.
The open plan living space is a light filled room with a high beamed ceiling and original exposed wall together with a woodburner.
The original partition has been cleverly adapted to create part of the spacious master bedroom.
The interior height of The Old School room has been utilised to the full through the addition of a second bedroom in the rafters; this is now a delightful bedroom approached by an open staircase from the living space.
The bi-fold doors extend the living space onto the patio which overlooks pleasant farmland.
Relax on the patio with a refreshing drink whilst planning your activities for the next day.
This delightful cottage is surrounded by miles of rolling hills and beautiful countryside and the Lincolnshire Wolds provide super opportunities for walkers and cyclists.
In nearby Woodhall Spa, a local hotel was seconded by the RAF and became the Officers' Mess for the famous 617 squadron, The Dambuster Squadron, which flew many famous missions from nearby Scampton.
The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre offers an emotive and fascinating insight into those times.
The vibrant city of Lincoln offers heritage galore, festivals, tours, trails and superb shopping.
A superb holiday home that will provide memories that are hard to beat.
About the location
Wragby 3 miles; Horncastle 7 miles; Lincoln 15 miles.
Hatton is a small hamlet in the Lincolnshire Wolds, surrounded by Lincolnshire countryside making it a walker's and cyclist's paradise with a myriad of quiet country lanes. Just over three miles away is the small town of Wragby. The town is the home of the ‘Rout Yard’ the remains of two 19th century manors, the 19th century Grade II listed church of All Saints, and a tall tower mill, built in 1831 by the millwright Ingledew. Wragby offers three friendly local pubs, a fish shop, a café, and a restaurant. Take a trip to the city of Lincoln, marvel at its impressive cathedral or potter around the many interesting shops in the Bailgate area. Visit Horcastle and Louth for weekly markets, tea rooms and antique shops, or head to the coast to discover the seaside resorts of Skegness and Sutton-on-Sea, Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve and Doona Nook to see the seals. Cadwell Park race circuit is just four miles away, whilst Market Rasen racecourse is also close by. A wonderful base for exploring Lincolnshire, all year round.