Market Rasen 2 miles.
An attractive annexe, attached to the owners’ house but with its own entrance, on the edge of the small village of Osgodby and just two miles from the centre of Market Rasen.
Offering bright and cheerful accommodation, this lovely property provides an excellent base for couples wanting to walk, cycle or explore the surrounding historic market towns.
Comfortably furnished to a good standard, the property has a light and spacious sitting room with wooden floors, whilst the modern kitchen has a high ceiling and the original quarry tiled floor.
A bespoke spiral staircase leads up to the double bedroom, which has a large feature window and an unusual high, vaulted wooden ceiling.
Outside, the private and peaceful garden provides a tranquil corner in which to sit and relax with a book on a sunny afternoon.
From the village, there are numerous country walks, including the nearby Viking Way, whilst cyclists will enjoy the quiet country lanes.
A few minutes’ drive brings you to the bustling market town of Market Rasen, with its cobbled market square and traditional pubs, cafes, independent shops and racecourse.
Guests can relax and partake in coffee and cake in one of the tempting tea rooms.
For antiques lovers, Hemswell Cliff Antique Centre is a must, as is the town of Horncastle, renowned for its fine heritage.
The Lincolnshire Showground, with its many varied events, is also just a short drive away.
Why not spend a day in the wonderful historic city of Lincoln, with its cathedral and castle perched high on the hill, overlooking the town centre and canal marina?
With restaurants, wine bars, boutiques and cafes, it has something for everyone.
A well-placed holiday home to enjoy the best of Lincolnshire, at any time of the year.
About the location
Lincoln 15.5 miles; Louth 17 miles; Mabelthorpe 29.5 miles.
Market Rasen is a small market town on the River Rase, surrounded by open countryside and woodland and located on the western edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The gently rolling landscape and picturesque villages prove a magnet for cyclists, walkers and wildlife lovers, with many quiet trails and country lanes to explore. Enjoy a round of golf on the tree-lined, 18-hole golf course, visit the National Hunt racecourse, or spend a day on one of the Lincolnshire Coast's unspoilt sandy beaches. Visit Lincoln, with its 11th century castle, beautiful cathedral and vast array of shops. For antiques lovers, Europe's largest antiques centre at Hemswell and the market town of Horncastle are within easy reach.
Please Note: there will be some building works on going from 20th Aug till 25th of Aug 2018