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The Stable at Warren House

(Ref. 1050255)

Panton near Wragby, Lincolnshire Show on map

4.9

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  • 4 Guests

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets No

Features

  • Off road parking
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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14 Customer Reviews

  • "Generally excellent throughout, with all amenities you would want when away from home."

    One small thing, a hook on the bathroom door for dressing gowns etc., would be a good idea!!

    Reviewed by Clive5.0Jul 2024

  • "Fabulous place to stay, lovely location and very well looked after, looked like it was only just converted as it was so clean."

    We liked the opening velux windows but just note you cannot open them in the rain as it will come in. Huge amount of wildlife around the house, as well as lots of birds we saw many hare and deer and the peacock was a pleasant surprise. Highly recommend the crossroads inn at East barkwith, very good food and the closest pub only just over a mile so walkable.

    Reviewed by Michael5.0May 2024

  • "We had such a nice week at The Stable."

    The accommodation is lovely - beautifully finished, homely, comfortable and spotlessly clean. The area is so peaceful and relaxing. Eva was a pleasure to deal with and very kindly provided a travel cot, baby bath and change mat for our young children which was an enormous help. Panton is perfectly placed for exploring Lincolnshire - you’re very close for Lincoln, the Wolds and the coast. We enjoyed days out at the beach at Anderby Creek, Chapel St Leonards, Rand Farm (absolutely great for kids) and Tattershall Castle. We also enjoyed looking around Lincoln, Louth, Woodhall Spa and Horncastle. Thanks again for a brilliant week, I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending the accommodation to anyone visiting Lincolnshire.

    Reviewed by Katherine5.0Mar 2024

  • "A wonderful place for a quiet break."

    We really enjoyed our little family escape to The Stable and we would definitely return in the future. Thank you!

    Reviewed by Jon5.0Feb 2024

  • "Beautiful property, decorated to a high spec and everything provided for."

    Underfloor heating was an absolute dream in what was a very cold weekend. The area around the Stable was beautiful English countryside with fabulous natural hedgerows.

    Reviewed by Lynn5.0Nov 2023

  • "Everything was perfect the cottage had all we required and was well presented also the sun shined so had a wonderful week."

    Would have been nice to meet the owners just to say hello but I knew they were on hand if we encountered any problems.

    Reviewed by Kath5.0Sep 2023

  • "We had a lovely stay at The Stable despite the rubbish weather."

    The accommodation was well presented and had the majority of things you would need. The plum loaf, tea bags and fresh milk on arrival were appreciated until our food delivery arrived. The owners were helpful with suggestions as to what we could do. The only two things we would say are it could do with some slightly bigger bowls for cereal/dessert and the shower head was quite low so if you were much taller than us you would struggle to stand up under the shower. Apart from that we liked Lincolnshire and would visit the area again.

    Reviewed by Abigail4.1Jul 2023

  • "We enjoyed our stay at the Stables very much."

    Though there were comfy seats outside, we’d have preferred a table and chairs so we could eat out there- though I realise you can’t please everyone. Also climbing in and out of the bath to shower required some agility in the tiny bathroom.

    Reviewed by Christine4.7Jul 2023

  • "This cottage was beautiful and a credit to the owners and for that I have given it 5 stars."

    We will probably book this accommodation again, as the location is lovely and quiet. However, just to point out, that for some people the bantam cockerel who starts to crow at 3.55am may be annoying. We have fowl at home, so we are used to their behaviour - just shutting the windows deadens the noise, so he didn't really bother us. Oh, just another useful tip would be to put clothes hooks on the back of the bathroom door. Many thanks for a great holiday.

    Dear Kathryn, Thank you for the lovely feedback. I really appreciate you taking the time to provide us with constructive advice. I will address the cockerel and clothes hook issues! Have a lovely summer and I'm hoping to have you back soon! Kind regards, Eva Property Owner

    Reviewed by Kathryn5.0Jun 2023

  • "We have just spent a wonderful week at The Stables, loving our time there, and feeling at home from the minute we entered."

    The Stables was beautifully decorated, perfectly clean and emanated warmth and comfort. Driving through the local countryside dressed in the white of May blossom and cow parsley was pure pleasure in itself and there were many places to visit using the Stables as a base so our days were full. Must mention Doddington Hall and Gardens about 35 minutes away. It was fascinated seeing where 400 years of unbroken family life is still lived out among the accumulated treasures and where we had a delicious lunch made from local produce. We enjoyed Gunby Estate Hall and Gardens also within a 35-minute drive. We were engrossed with our tour of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight at Coningsby and topped that day off with an excellent meal on the terrace at Petwood Hotel, which linked in well as it was home to 617 'The Dambusters' Squadron during the war and housed lots of memorabilia. At the end of our full days, it was always good to get “home” to The Stables and to be able to make something to eat in the well-equipped kitchen, before relaxing on in front of the smart television. Being situated in the countryside silence reigned. It was very quiet and peaceful meaning sleep came easily in the comfortable beds We count ourselves fortunate to stay in a great property, one we didn’t want to leave!! Maureen

    Reviewed by Maureen5.0May 2023

  • "The stables were so well equipped and beautifully clean, wonderful peaceful surroundings even for a 14 year old!"

    Thoroughly recommend a stay there, really beautiful.

    Reviewed by Heather5.0Mar 2023

  • "The Stables was a truly lovely property, recently renovated to a very high standard."

    It was surgically clean, furnished to a very high standard, very comfortable and in the middle of pretty countyside which was so quiet all you could hear was birdsong and the occasional tractor. Really helpful and responsive owners to!!

    Reviewed by Andrew5.0Feb 2023

  • "This was a perfect place to stay and is now on our "return to again" list."

    The accommodation is excellent and it is close to some beautiful places. The plum loaf was a welcome touch and we knew where to find the hosts if we needed them.

    Reviewed by Les5.0Jan 2023

  • "Lovely property, we had a great time."

    Thankyou

    Reviewed by Sally5.0Oct 2022

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Summary

  • Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x twin
  • Ground-floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • First-floor cloakroom with basin and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area
  • District heat network and solar underfloor heating
  • Oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher and coffee machine
  • Smart TV with Netflix and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot available on request
  • Off-road parking available
  • Private, front patio with furniture and shared lawn
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 4.1 miles and pub 1.5 miles
  • Note: This property is set on the owner's grounds and they live on these grounds
  • Note: The charging of electric cars is not permissible at the property,

The property

Resting near Wragby in the Lincolnshire countryside close to the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is The Stable at Warren House.

This idyllic barn conversion has been thoughtfully renovated blending contemporary appliances with the Grade II listed building’s characterful features such as exposed beams, repurposed wooden windowsills and sloped ceilings, the perfect setting for an escape to the countryside.

A warm, rustic open-plan living space greets you; unwind on the plush sofa in front of the Smart TV while the chef of the group gets acquainted with the fully-equipped kitchen.

Tuck into a delicious meal at the dining table before stepping out onto the private patio to toast your getaway with a glass of fizz as the sun sets over the countryside that encompasses the barn.

When the sky darkens, wash off the day’s adventures in the ground-floor bathroom before climbing the stairs to get some much-needed rest in the king-size or twin bedroom.

Delight in a tranquil countryside retreat at The Stable at Warren House.

Note: This property can be booked with Ref: 1103229, together sleeping up to six guests.

Warren House Holiday Cottages

Warren House Barns consists of a beautiful pair of barn conversions nestled in the Lincolnshire countryside near the quaint town of Wragby. These stunning properties reside in the grounds of a Grade II listed building meaning that the original charm and character has been retained through features like exposed beams, repurposed wood, high sloped ceilings, heritage colours and sliding barn doors. The homage to the past has been seamlessly melded with a range of contemporary appliances as both cottages house a Smart TV with Netflix, a fully-equipped sleek kitchen, Velux windows with views over the countryside and dining areas providing social hubs in both abodes. These dwellings offer something for everyone; one welcomes four guests ideal for families or friends and the other sleeps two, perfect for a romantic retreat in the countryside. The town of Wragby is easily accessible by car and houses a local store where you can stock up on necessities and The Adam & Eve is a wonderful pub serving delicious pub fare and a variety of drinks, great for date night or treating your loved ones. Outdoor enthusiasts can traverse the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, famous for its hills being the highest land in eastern England and wealth of walking and cycling opportunities offering visitors breath-taking, panoramic views across the countryside. Venture further afield to the city of Lincoln, tour the impressive Cathedral or brave the walk up Steep Hill which is lined with tea rooms, independent shops and a variety of restaurants to reach the Norman fortress of Lincoln Castle. The coast is also within reach making Warren House Holiday Cottages an idyllic setting for exploring wider Lincolnshire.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.

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About the location

WRAGBY

Bardney 6.5 miles; Market Rasen 8 miles; Horncastle 10 miles; Lincoln 13 miles; Louth 15 miles.

Wragby is a small town surrounded by Lincolnshire countryside, a short drive from the city of Lincoln itself. The remains of two 19th century manors, the 19th century Grade II listed church of All Saints, and a tall tower mill, built in 1831 by the millwright Ingledew. Wragby offers three friendly local pubs, a fish shop, a café, and a restaurant, with a regular bus service linking it to Horncastle and the coastal town of Skegness. Visit the butterfly garden of the nearby Chambers Farm Wood in the Bardney Limewoods National Nature Reserve, and explore the many marked trails there. Take a trip to the city of Lincoln, marvel at its impressive cathedral or potter around the many interesting shops there, or head to the coast and uncover the beauty of the east coast at the seaside resorts of Skegness and Sutton-on-Sea. A wonderful base for exploring Lincolnshire, all year round. Langton by Wragby is the birth place of Arch Bishop Stephen Langton, instrumental in the signing of the magna carta.