About this listing
Tranquil 1 bed The Bach
Relax and unwind in our renovated barn in an idyllic rural position on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds. There are mesmerising views of the surrounding landscape. Check out the big skies and utter peace. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. The Bach is totally self contained with a super king size bed, large wet room, dishwasher, oven, hob, fridge/freezer, microwave and underfloor heating throughout.
A welcome tray of tea, coffee, sugar and homemade biscuits greets. The cattle are your nearest neighbours in the fields surrounding the barn. Pets are welcome for £15 per dog per visit.
Bainvalley Holiday lets are situated in the village of Hemingby, 18 miles North East of the city of Lincoln. The address is Manor Farm, Hemingby, Horncastle, Lincolnshire LN9 5QF. In the village of Hemingby with the pub called 'The Coach and Horses' on your right, carry straight ahead for approximately 70 yards, then as the road bends slightly to the right, take the road down to the left, marked as a dead-end/Bainvalley Cottages. Follow this driveway over a cattle grid directly to the cottages down to the left. The Bach is the first barn on the right hand side with its name on the side of the porch.
Interaction with guests
John and I are usually around so can help or try to help with advice on which place to go to eat, or local walks etc.
The village is a short 5 minute walk with the pub, which serves food from Wednesday to Sunday. The fields not occupied by the cattle can be used for dog walking immediately from your front door.
Cars are needed as we are 4 miles from the closest town.
Other things to note
We have beach hut on our closest sandy beach which can be hired by guests. This allows you somewhere to leave all your gear, have a cup of tea or simply sit outside on the promenade or grass behind the hut taking in the sea air!
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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John and I have 3 grown up kids who have all flown the nest - some as far as they could get! We didn't think our parenting skills were that lousy! The eldest is in New Zealand so we have called our first barn conversion The Bach (holiday home in NZ). The second one is in London so the traditional cottages are after her (North and South). The third is in Tanzania so the second barn conversion - about to be launched - will be called The Shamba!