This beautiful detached New Waltham bungalow is a walk from local amenities, and a short drive to the coast, falling near to the seaside resort of Cleethorpes.
All ground floor with level access throughout, Moss Carr has been designed with families and friends in mind, it is spacious and comfy.
Moss Carr boasts a spacious conservatory opening onto a delightful garden ideal for alfresco dining.
Bright and airy throughout, there are three individually-styled bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room, and a modern family bathroom.
The soothing colour schemes create a peaceful haven to wake up to, with lovely accessories dotted around the rooms for an authentic home-from-home feel.
A well equipped dining kitchen is complimented by wooden units, whilst the sitting room is stylishly presented, with sumptuous sofas, pendant lighting, and a central fireplace.
An opportunity to bring the whole family together for some quality time.
The outside is equally as wonderful, commencing with your very own south-facing patio garden, which has been well-cared for, to compliment your stay wholeheartedly.
With easy access to both the coast and the Wolds, this New Waltham cottage will appeal to all.
There are many and varied amenities nearby, from shops, cafes, to amusements and seaside stalls.
The original pier and a boating lake with pedalos and rowing boats is not to be missed and the cinema and bowling can help fill a rainy afternoon.
Hull, the 2017 city of culture, and the historic city of Lincoln are an hour drive away.
Alternatively, visit Donna Nook seal sanctuary for something unique, a one-of-a-kind holiday experience.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x king-size (zip/link, can be twin upon request), 1 x double. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Sitting room. Conservatory. Utility.
About the location
Grimsby 3 miles; Louth 15 miles; Hull 35 miles.
Cleethorpes is a traditional seaside resort on the east coast of Lincolnshire.
It offers long sandy beaches, sand dunes to the south and a central promenade.
There are many and varied amenities with shops, cafes, amusements and seaside stalls selling candy floss, and buckets and spades.
There is the original pier and a boating lake with pedalos and rowing boats.
On the outskirts is Pleasure Island Theme Park for a fun-filled day, while the cinema can help fill a rainy day.
Donna Nook seal sanctuary is a short drive away, as is The Deep National Aquarium in Hull.