Boston 3 miles.
This comfortable ground floor annexe is set within the beautiful grounds of the owners’ estate, with animals onsite, located on the edge of the village of Wyberton.
With a private entrance hall, this cottage offers excellent accommodation for friends and couples this is a lovely cottage for exploring this part of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
The cottage is well equipped with a fully fitted kitchen with dining area and doors opening out to a patio which is ideal for enjoying a morning coffee while planning your next day’s adventures.
All rooms within the property enjoy views over the garden and countryside beyond with the best views from the sitting room which has the advantage of an electric fire to relax in front of on cooler evenings after a day out exploring.
Located in a rural location on the edge of Wyberton village the property offers excellent walking from your doorstep.
The wonderful market town of Boston is just 1.5 miles away to the centre and offers vibrant Wednesday and Saturday markets which have been running for more than 450 years.
Away from the market place you can enjoy the medieval network of lanes which have a good mix of independent and national retailers.
Why not take a look at what the Blackfriars Theatre and Arts Centre has showing; it offers a range of plays, musicals, dance and comedy.
Close to market towns, working mills, antiques centres and of course the wonderful coastline, this property offers a host of things to do close by.
About the location
Horncastle 19 miles; Skegness 22 miles; Lincoln 36 miles.
The traditional medieval market town of Boston is steeped in history. Boston offers excellent food, drink, shopping, historic places and events. Known as the gateway to Lincolnshire’s wonderful countryside and waterways it is a haven for wildlife and offers excellent walking and cycling. The town plays host to a large market twice a week which has been established for more than 450 years. Outside of the market you can enjoy a network of medieval lanes with a good selection of independent and national shops surrounding an impressive 14th century church, one of the East of England’s most imposing landmarks. If it’s a clear day it is worth climbing to the top of the church to enjoy spectacular views out to the wash and Lincoln cathedral. If you are interested in history make sure you visit the Boston Guildhall Museum which dates back to the 1390s. There is plenty to do for all ages in beautiful and historic Boston and it offers excellent access to both Lincoln and Norfolk.