The Stable, a 300 year old stone cottage, located in the peaceful conservation village of Brattleby, offers 4-star handcrafted self-catering accommodation that’s perfectly placed for exploring Lincoln and Lincolnshire.
The Stable is a former farm building and at one time housed the milkman’s horse. Built of local limestone, with a pantile roof it is reputed to be the oldest building in the village. It is a self-contained, quiet and secluded cottage, with a well established garden that looks out over open fields.
The Stable has been carefully refurbished and looks much as it originally did from the outside. Inside it is finished and furnished to a high standard, with beamed ceilings and tasteful, Farrow and Ball based, colour schemes. The cottage features free wifi and sleeps up to four people, on top quality Egyptian cotton linen.
The cottage is located just six miles north of Lincoln, in the lovely conservation village of Brattleby, offering an ideal base for exploring Lincoln and the surrounding area. The award winning Dambusters Inn pub serving great food and boasting it’s own microbrewery is located just over 1 mile away.
Lincoln is justifiably famous for its Cathedral but there is so much more to the City and the locality. Lincoln is an easy 10 minute drive away, along the Lincoln Edge with panoramic views over the Trent and Witham valley.