This impressive holiday barn stands in the hamlet of Ranby on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, just seven miles north of Horncastle. The long stretch of glass fronted barn sleeps up to twelve people in six bedroom accommodation.Luxurious rural retreat in Ranby, Lincolnshire
This is a hugely desirable, spacious luxurious holiday home by the Lincolnshire Wolds that more than deserves its 5 star rating. No expense has been spared in developing this country retreat for the larger group.
The desirable features of this high class holiday home in Lincolnshire are:
- Supremely spacious and elegant holiday living
- High end furniture, fittings and appliances
- Games rooms with pool table and table tennis
- Underfloor heating on the ground floor
- Luxurious kitchen with granite worktops
- Oak and natural stone travertine flooring
- An enclosed garden with patio, garden furniture to seat 12 and a barbecue
- 4 king-size bedrooms, 2 twin bedrooms
- 6 bathrooms – some of which are en-suite
- An enviable location
The photographs of this superior quality holiday home speak for themselves. There are very few holiday homes that are comparable in Lincolnshire.
Although the barn appears to be a one storey building when viewed from the front, it is actually spread over three levels.
Beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds for a pet-friendly holiday.
The barn is in one of the most delightful parts of Lincolnshire with walks galore through the Wolds. A holiday at this luxury Lincolnshire self-catering barn is very good for dog owners because of the open countryside and numerous places to walk. Dogs must be kept on lead however because the ponies in adjacent fields.
Places to visit and things to do near Ranby in Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire is a wonderful holiday destination for cycling holidays, the flat landscape and quiet lanes with little traffic are perfect for gentle bike rides absorbing the lovely rural views at a slow pace.
Historic market towns to visit in the Lincolnshire Wolds include Caistor in the north, which has a history that predates the Romans who named it. The Alford Five sailed Windmill is a an ancient mill that continues to produce organic flour to sell to tourists visiting. There is also a tea room for a welcome treat on holiday.
The golden sands of Mablethorpe (45 minutes drive) may be an irresistible attraction on hot summer days when a paddle by the beach beckons.
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