Located in a tranquil and picturesque village, this wonderfully presented cottage provides the ideal base for a romantic break in which to explore the Lincolnshire coast and countryside of the Lincolnshire Wolds
Top dog for exploring the great outdoors, this pretty cottage is studded in rural splendour close to the Lincolnshire coastline and the southern reaches of the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Snug, stylish and completely enchanting, the property is ideal for couples seeking a tranquil retreat with their beloved hound in tow. Pack up a picnic and set off for adventure, frolicking in the sea or chasing sticks in the undergrowth, rounding off with tea for two and a cosy evening cuddling up with snacks aplenty.
Return from a bracing walk across the countryside to homemade cake and a warming brew, slipping Fido a treat as you relax in the conservatory. The country cottage-style kitchen has everything you need for whipping up delicious meals, which can be enjoyed at the table or al fresco on the patio. Let sleeping dogs lie as you catch up on some essential TV viewing with a glass of wine, but remember to hose down Rover’s muddy paws in the ground-floor shower room before settling down. At bedtime, gather up his basket and climb the stairs to find the elegant bedroom with its inviting king-size bed and handy storage space.
Venturing further afield, the Lincolnshire Wolds are dotted with delightful chocolate-box villages and scenic trails ideal for whiling away an afternoon. Walk and cycle at leisure, pausing to browse the shops, galleries and eateries at the market towns of Horncastle and Spilsby, both easily reached within 7.5 miles. Skegness is 15.5 miles away, which boasts an array of seaside amusements and a long sandy beach which has seasonal dog restrictions. Chapel St. Leonards Beach and Ingoldmells Beach welcome furry visitors throughout the year, located within 17 miles.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.