A lovely barn conversion located in the village of Snitterby, providing guests with a unique holiday experience all-year-round.
Pleasantly decorated with heart-warming features, couples or small families can make themselves right at home amongst the delightful interior.
Modernised to a standard of quality, there is a homely lounge to cosy up in come night time and a light and airy sun room should you wish to be at one with the natural scenery.
The kitchen is complemented by white units and black countertops, joined by a breakfast table which seats up to four people.
In the morning hours this is a refreshing spot to unwind with a warm drink and plan out your adventures for the week ahead.
Two bedrooms ensure a good night sleep, comprising of a tasteful master bedroom, home to a fabulous dressing area and a separate room with adult bunks, each overlooked by exposed beams.
A classic bathroom ties this all together.
After enjoying all that the property has to offer, spend some time in the enclosed garden or sit back in the sun room and admire the views.
With a local pub just a short stroll away you can enjoy a cosy night amidst the village charm, or wander further afield for some real entertainment.
Brigg hosts sports events and festivals for a cultural experience, whilst Gainsborough brings you architecture and a medieval manor house.
Whatever you decide, this is a charming location to accompany your peaceful getaway.
All ground floor. 1 x double, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast table. Lounge/diner with electric fire. Sun room.
About the location
Brigg 8 miles; Gainsborough 13 miles.
Snitterby is a village and civil parish in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. It is situated 14 miles north from the city and county town of Lincoln and 8 miles south from Brigg. The village is home to a traditional, family run, community pub with a comfortable, spacious interior, light and airy with real fires, whilst the outside seating area overlooks a stream and ford. The village of Brigg lies close by, hosting sports events and entertainment festivals particularly the world-renowned Brigg Fair. It is a residential haven and is currently the centre of numerous retail shops and pubs. Popular carnivals are the Beer Festival in May; Summer Fest in June; Horse Fair in August; Briggstock Acoustic Music Festival in September; and Christmas Fair in the latter part of November. Further afield, Gainsborough is located in mainly rural surroundings in the north of the county, displaying some fine 17th-century red-brick architecture and possessing one of the finest medieval manor houses in the country in Gainsborough Old Hall.