Thorpe-on-the-Hill 0.5 miles.
A log cabin located on Thorpe Park Lodges close to the village of Thorpe-on-the-Hill in Lincolnshire.
The high quality facilities and excellent location make Magpie Lodge the perfect retreat for a fun-packed family break.
Enter straight into the contemporary open plan living area home to everything you need; underfloor heating, a Smart TV and high quality kitchen appliances.
Magpie Lodge assures you have a restful night's sleep with its immaculately presented, cosy bedrooms with charming bed linen, and the master bedroom has a convenient en-suite shower room.
A family bathroom completes the accommodation, perfect for a long, relaxing soak after a day of exploring Lincolnshire.
The excellence of Magpie Lodge continues to its magnificent decking area outside, there lies plenty of seating and a luxury hot tub for you to enjoy with a refreshing drink.
For eager anglers, the onsite lake has fishing rights, which can be used free of charge.
Adjacent to the holiday park is a 9 hole golf course suitable for both novice and advanced players to use free of charge.
The city of Lincoln is a short drive away, with something to offer for everyone, attractive buildings, a multitude of shops and restaurants, a majestic castle and a cinema, you will never want to leave!
Magpie Lodge is a beautifully furnished log cabin in a brilliant location.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double with an en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area. Utility.
About the location
Lincoln 6 miles.
Thorpe-on-the-Hill is a small quiet village 6 miles from Lincoln, an ideal location from which to explore the many attractions that both Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire offer. Nearby is the 300-acre Whisby Nature Reserve, including a visitors centre with balcony offering breathtaking views over the Lake. Spend a day visiting Lincoln, home to one of the finest medieval gothic cathedrals in Europe, the beautiful 11th century castle with tower offering a birds eye view of the city, or shop till you drop, enjoying the quaint quirky independent and high street shops, also stopping for a break in one of the cities many restaurants catering for all tastes. Lincoln is also famous for its large Christmas Market held on the first weekend in December. Other local attractions include Doddington Hall with its lovely gardens, Museum of Lincolnshire Life, Transport Museum, Woodside Falconry & Conservation Centre, Dambuster Heritage Centre, Sherwood Forest, or further afield visit the coastal town of Skegness.