Lounge, dining kitchen, bath and shower room with toilet and basin; spiral staircase from lounge leading to two bedrooms - one double and
one twin (comprising standard 3 feet wide single bed and smaller 2 feet 6 inch wide single bed).
Each cottage has its own colourful patio garden with panoramic views of rolling meadows and woodland. Within the grounds are a croquet lawn, delightful picnic and barbecue areas and a nature trail through private woods. A particular advantage offered to guests is the opportunity to enjoy fly fishing in the peaceful setting of a private lake. Access to first-class golf and riding facilities is available nearby at modest fees.
Old Barn Cottages are located in Great Sturton, a tiny hamlet on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds - a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This part of the country is still one of the quietest and least-spoiled parts of rural England. The cottages are not far from Horncastle (five miles) - a picturesque Georgian market town famed as the antiques centre of Lincolnshire.
Small historic towns are scattered throughout the area. Many are village-like in atmosphere but on market days they spring to life, drawing in people from the surrounding countryside as they have done for centuries.
The main East Coast rail line runs through Peterborough, Grantham and Newark with connections to Lincoln, Grimsby, Cleethorpes, Boston, Skegness and Spalding.
These rates assume occupancy of up to three people in "The Chaffhouse," four people in "The Granary," and five people in "The Stable." Additional guests can be accommodated in each cottage using convertible sofas and extra bedding and linen (supplied on request). The charge for such additional guests is £40 per person (up to one week) and £30 per person (one to three nights).