Our Grade II building, set in the Lincolnshire Wolds village of Baumber near to Louth and Horncastle, has recently been restored and refurbished to create a charming holiday cottage which sleeps two people.
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT visitors who are not very mobile or young children may find that they are not suited to the ladder stairs in the cottage.
Wolds-End Cottage - Sleeps 2 (3 as family)
The Cottage has:
Bedroom with three-quarter and single beds
Kitchen with hob and microwave oven
Lounge with TV
Logburner in Lounge
Shower room with toilet and sink
Off road parking
Storage for cycling / walking equipment
Small pets welcome with prior permission
Wolds-End - Charges for 2016
Per week com Saturday
November / December
January / February
March / April / May
June / July / Aug / Sept
October / November /December
Short let of one or two nights available on a B&B basis if required
This is a beautiful part of the Lincolnshire Wolds and is wonderful for cycling and walking. The area has many links with Alfred, Lord Tennyson and offers visitors a wealth of interesting places to visit including the nearby towns of Horncastle and Louth, RAF Coningsby, Tattershall with its stunning castle and only a few miles away the internationally famous Cadwell Park Motorsport. The 0.7 mile circuit was originally built for motorbike races in 1934, but today the two mile track has several features that are unique, particularly 'The Mountain' a short sharp incline that will see the more powerful machinery airborne!
Louth, is a traditional market town with a bustling market on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, alongside the open-air auction 'on the Stones' every Wednesday afternoon.
The town is watched over by the breath-taking church of St James’s with its spire soaring to a height of 295 feet, the tallest parish church in the country. This unspoilt town has many connections with historical events, such as the Lincolnshire Uprising, and with those who have made history including Alfred, Lord Tennyson, famous Poet Laureate and Captain John Smith whose life was saved by the Indian Princess Pocahontas.
The impressive City of Lincoln has over 2,000 years of history. As you wander around the city you will see evidence of both Roman and Medieval periods as well as notable architecture left by the Tudors and Georgians.
One of Europe's finest cathedrals is in Lincoln and sits on part of the site of a first-century Roman fortress high on the hill.
Close by is the Norman Castle built by William the Conqueror on the site of the former Roman fortress, which dates from1068. Walk along the walls of the Castle and enjoy the wonderful views across this handsome City.
ALSO near by in Lincolnshire …
CADWELL PARK MOTORSPORT - Two mile track that has several features that are unique, particularly 'The Mountain' a short sharp incline that will see the more powerful machinery airborne!
CONINGSBY - Battle of Britain Memorial Flight WOODHALL SPA - Pretty Edwardian village with Dambusters connection and memorial, rear projection Kinema and pine and birch woods in which to walk. TATTERSHALL - The skyline is dominated by the Castle and the Colligiate Church AVIATION HERITAGE - East Kirkby and RAF Coningsby MARKET RASEN - Well known for its excellent race course and also its golf club. ANCIENT CHURCHES - there are a fine selection of churches around the district, many open daily to the public. LINCOLNSHIRE COAST - have a fun day out along the coast or take time out to enjoy the excellent nature reserves at Donna Nook, Theddlethorpe and Gibraltar Point.