Fall in love with the experience of staying in our charming
16th century holiday cottage, situated in the grounds of Grimblethorpe
Hall, near to Louth in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Andy & Nicola Aldridge look forward to welcoming you to Shepherd’s Cottage, a spacious two person 16th century holiday cottage.
The cottage has been lovingly restored to the highest of standards and has obtained Visit England's 5 star rating and the prestigious Enjoy England Gold Award
Beautiful Wolds countryside
surrounds the cottage which overlooks the grand Grimblethorpe Hall. The Lincolnshire Wolds offer fabulous walking and cycling routes.
The original building was once where the shepherd stayed at lambing time. Today the cottage boasts quality furnishing and decor with all up-to-date appliances.
The tastefully decorated and furnished lounge has the original beams and stonework with an English oak wooden floor complete with two comfortable sofas. For your entertainment we have a television, radio, cd player and DVD.
The modern kitchen is fully equipped with microwave oven, electric cooker and hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer and a dining area.
The cottage is fully centrally heated and all electric used is included in the renting fee.
All bed linen, tea towels and bathroom towels are provided.
Broadband access is available, please call for further information.
Shepherd's Cottage offers a charming alternative to the Honeymoon couple who may wish an hide-away tranquil, private setting in which to start their
Facilities in the cottage include:
Linen and Bedding
Towels and Cloths
Full Central Heating
All Electricity used
CD and DVD players
Ample Parking Space
Pets by prior arrangement
ALL INCLUDED WITHIN THE PRICE
We request that all smokers light-up outside.
Louth, Lincoln and the Lincolnshire coast
, set in the tranquil countryside, the
cottage is near to the market town of Louth (six miles), 25 miles
from the Fun Coast, including the resorts of Skegness and Mablethorpe,
and only 30 minutes drive from the historic city of Lincoln.
The area is ideal for
touring the countys historic houses and heritage sites and excellent
for those who enjoy