Cottage Holidays in Spilsby, Lincolnshire, England
Spilsby is an appealing market town, situated between the Fens and the Lincolnshire Wolds. This location provides the holidaymaker with lots of scenic countryside, outdoor pursuits and attractions to enjoy on a self-catering break. The town also contains good amenities, such as restaurants and family-owned shops. Market Day is Monday, with a great variety of stalls and a real live auction, adding to a lively atmosphere.
Facts about Self-Catering Holidays in Spilsby
For a family day out whilst on a cottage holiday in this area of Lincolnshire, you can’t beat Northcote Heavy Horse Centre, which doubles as an animal rescue centre and visitor attraction. Volunteers run the centre, looking after horses and ponies that come into their care. Heavy horse dray rides are very popular here. Volunteers also run Spilsby Theatre and Arts Centre, where they offer music and dramatic entertainment. Also worth a visit neaby are Gunby Hall and Gardens, a country house estate set in eight acres of gardens. With a collection spanning 1700 to 1963, the Hall has a fascinating story to tell.
For relaxing walks and wildlife watching whilst on your cottage break don’t miss the parks, gardens and outstanding countryside that the Lincolnshire Wolds have to offer.
13 bedroom Wedding Venue, Lincolnshire Wolds.
Fabulous 13 bedroom large country house located within extensive gardens in the Lincolnshire Wolds area, with a games room, sauna, steam shower, indoor hot tub and a secluded location as well as country views, this is a very special holiday home which is ideal for large families or big groups for special celebrations or just very special holidays, it's even possible to get married here.
Special features: free internet access, games room, indoor hot tub.
Sleeps from 2 to 28 people in 13 bedrooms
Number of bathrooms: 13
Pet Friendly: No (2 dogs welcome)
Rating: Not assessed
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Next availability: from 05 September 2016 to 07 September 2016; from 12 September 2016 to 23 September 2016; from 26 September 2016 to 30 September 2016;