- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
“Very dog friendly at the bell hotel and the food is very good”
“We had a very enjoyable holiday in this cottage and would go back again.”
There were a few things that needed to be addressed such as a small leak in the bathroom, the freezer part of the fridge needed de-frosting and the handle on the utensil drawer needed replacing. We mentioned this to the owner and he immediately began to sort things out. The village itself is amazing. Unless you want to cook there is no need. Five pubs in the village, plus a Chinese the Bell right on the doorstep (excellent food and staff) so you only have to cross the car park. They also do take away so if you wish you can eat in the cottage. Entertainment also very good. Lots of interesting places to visit. Highly recommended.
“Great food in the pub that owns the cottage”
“I was pleasantly surprised at the size of the cottage.”
It reminded me of a small bungalow but adequate room for two people.
“The cottage is in a beautiful well appointed village with about everything you need for a break, the cottage itself was clean, tidy, and comfortable,in short a great place to base yourself and explore Lincolnshire.”
The crowning glory was the pub that the cottage belongs to, it’s far enough to keep the peace and yet within 50 meters for anyone with walking issues like myself, as for the pub I only saw the bar side, that was because we took our four legged friend and we couldn’t use the restaurant but it’s a typical village pub, the staff are brilliant and the food was way beyond expectations. If we were booking for Lincolnshire again we would start by checking the availability here first, I fully recommend this package.
“Every thing was as expected the landlord and landlady of the inn were friendly and nothing was too much trouble, food very good, had a good holiday.”
“Misleading, you state ring o bells cottage had a patio.”
There is no patio. The cottage is at the back of the pub car park. You look out of the cottage directly at the large refuse bins and cars parked right outside . A back of the pub car park directly looking at large refuse bins is not in your information. The cottage bathroom had mould on the rim between wall and bath. Not pleasant to bath in. I have pictures of said mould I can send you. Also the skylight window and walls around it were full of black mould around window and down walls. I do not feel you have been honest about the very tired interior or exterior of the cottage you make sound lovely. I have photos of our view, the bathroom mould around bath and photo of mould down wall and around skylight. We travelled a good way to the cottage, and it was only for three nights any longer and we would have left. We have booked a cottage with you for August, and now wonder what it will be like. I hope for some recompense as this was not as stated. I await you reply.
These three attractive, single-storey brick and pantile cottages are clustered around a gravelled courtyard, in a quiet corner of the grounds of a traditional village hotel/pub, in the pretty village of Burgh le Marsh. Just four miles from the popular seaside resort of Skegness, the cottages are ideal for couples wanting to explore the nearby sandy coastline, nature reserves and the historic market towns of Horncastle, Louth and Market Rasen. Simple but comfortable, the cottages provide all ground floor accommodation, with compact kitchens and separate sitting rooms, with a dining area. Two of the cottages have a double bedroom and one a twin bedroom, enabling them to cater for different needs. Outside, to the front, there is a small gravelled area with seating, with Church View Cottage offering an additional private and extensive rear, enclosed garden, a pleasant spot to enjoy a morning cup of coffee. The village has excellent facilities, including five inns, a butcher, a baker and a general store. A short stroll up the hill brings you to a picturesque, historic church and there is a nearby windmill open to the public. It is a few minutes’ drive to the traditional seaside town of Skegness, with long sandy Blue Flag beaches, restaurants, cafés and seasonal entertainment and amusements. Nature lovers will enjoy a visit to the seal sanctuary 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. Nearby Horncastle is noted for antiques and bric-a-brac stores, whilst Lincoln is well within reach for a pleasant day out. These well-placed cottages are ideal for an interesting and memorable holiday.
Ring-O-Bells Cottage boasts all ground floor accommodation, with a comfortable sitting room with dining area to one side.
There is a traditional double bedroom and small, well-equipped kitchen.
Outside, there is seating on the edge of a quiet corner of the pub's grounds.
With all amenities a stone's throw away, guests can leave their car behind and enjoy the local restaurants, pubs and tea rooms.
Note: This property is near Refs. 976790 and 976791, together they sleep 6.
- All ground floor
- One bedroom: 1 x double
- Bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC
- Sitting room with dining area.
- Gas central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books and DVDs
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Travel cot and highchair on request
- Ample off road parking
- Bike storage
- Front gravelled area with furniture
- 1 well-behaved dog welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 1 min walk
- Note: There is free WiFi in the hotel bar (1 min walk).
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About the location
BURGH LE MARSH
Skegness 4 miles.
The pretty town 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 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 town provides a good base for touring this lesser known coastal district of Lincolnshire.
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute
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