Cottage Holidays in Dunsby, Bourne, Lincolnshire, England

Stay in Dunsby and See the Fens: Choose Dunsby for a country cottage holiday or rural retreat break and enjoy some of the best of Lincolnshire close by. Dunsby is a small Lincolnshire village on the edge of the Lincolnshire Fens. The market town of Stamford with its fine stone buildings, restaurants, bars and cafes is just 15 miles away and the bustling town of Grantham 20 miles away.


What Dunsby, Bourne offers for Self-Catering Breaks

Whilst enjoying a cottage holiday in Dunsby you are advised to see the Church of All Saints, a Grade I listed building. You can see features from both the 13th and 14th centuries. More history is on show with the Dunsby Village Cross, a limestone cross that dates from medieval times. Dunsby is four miles from the market town of Bourne. You can have a picnic in Bourne Wood, which is ancient woodland, and visit the ponds where herons and kingfishers are often spotted. You can also follow a sculpture trail, which takes about an hour. Bourne’s only Grade I listed building is the Parish Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, normally referred to as Bourne Abbey, which was founded in the 1100s. Baldock’s Mill Heritage Centre has exhibits on local history, racing driver Raymond Mays and fashion designer, Charles Frederick Worth.

Dunsby has lots to offer for a peaceful country holiday. Whether you need to find a hideaway for a romantic break or a large country house for a big family, we trust that you’ll have a great time in naturally beautiful Lincolnshire.

Book a Dunsby, Bourne cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Lincolnshire on holiday.

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