Broadleaf House is a simply stunning, quality house designed by the owner, only four miles from Lincoln but surrounded by open countryside.
Set within 250 acres of ancient broadleaf woodland, this is the perfect place to stay for that much-needed peaceful break.
The house has been beautifully designed, with care and attention to detail very obvious throughout.
The elegant sitting room is just the ticket for a cosy evening around the woodburner, and the en-suite master bedroom offers a light and spacious retreat, with its two windows facing east and west.
To complement the king-size bed, there is also a day bed which can provide a quiet space for relaxing, or can be cleverly converted into two full-size single beds.
Broadleaf House has a delightful balcony with seating for two, which is accessed from the feature landing.
It is a wonderful place to enjoy a pot of tea or take in the evening air in summer.
Guests can choose to dine in the kitchen or the conservatory, which commands super views of the garden, and when the fertile crops have been harvested, there is a tantalising view of Lincoln Cathedral from the edge of the garden, towering majestically above the landscape.
Whether you want to discover the city of Lincoln, with its iconic cathedral and original copy of the Magna Carta, explore the Lincolnshire Wolds or even Chatsworth House in the Peak District an hour and a quarter away by car, Broadleaf House is the place for you!
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with additional day bed (can be two singles on request) and en-suite shower, basin and WC, 2 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request). Bathroom with corner bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with woodburning stove. Conservatory with dining table. Snug (seats 5).
About the location
Lincoln 4.7 miles; Newark-on-Trent 15 miles.
Skellingthorpe is a village and civil parish approximately four miles west of the city of Lincoln, with two pubs, a shop and a Post Office. The village was formerly home to RAF Skellingthorpe, known as 'Skelly' to the RAF personnel serving there, and was the host to one of many bomber airfields around the city of Lincoln. The village has ancient woodland to explore on foot, bicycle or horseback, with a variety of ancient oak, lime and conifers. There is also a variety of wildlife within the wood, including deer and owls! The local nature reserve, Whisby Nature Park, is famous for its lakes and ponds and over six miles of footpaths. A wonderful base for a country break, with easy links to Lincoln’s attractions and amenities.
Note: Max. 6 adults and two children up to 10 years.