Brook House Barn
Brook House Barn, Watery Lane, Scamblesby, Nr Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 9XL
Comfortable, self-catering accommodation ideally suited for families, groups or individuals. This high standard barn conversion has a fully equipped kitchen/dining area, drying room, utility and a large lounge with panoramic views over the Wolds countryside. There are 2 bedrooms on the ground floor and 3 bedrooms and a small lounge on the first floor. The bedrooms have a mix of beds and bunks, bed linen is provided and all have en suite shower rooms. A two bedroom (4/5 person) cottage converted to a similar standard (graded VisitBritain 4*) is also available. The village of Scamblesby, at the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds and on the Viking Way, has footpaths, bridleways and meandering country lanes. The historic market towns of Louth and Horncastle are 10 minutes’ drive, 1/2 hour to Lincoln, Boston and the coastal beaches. Cadwell Park racing circuit, Market Rasen racecourse and the Battle of Britain and Aviation Heritage centres are nearby. See website for activities in the area.This accommodation is featured on our map of Norfolk, Suffolk and the East of England and here is its own website.
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Barn 22: 5×4/5. Cottage 4 2×2
All year, flexible accesss.
From £25pp. Whole barn: week £1700, Mon-Thurs £300pn (2 nights min) £275pn for extra nights. (Fri, Sat) £900/2ngts. Sun £300. +£150 bond.
Booking necessary, 20% deposit, balance 1 month prior to visit.
Scamblesby village is just off the A153 Horncastle to Louth road.
Trains: Lincoln, Grimsby. Coaches: Louth, Horncastle. Interconnect 6 (0845 234 3344) calls at Scamblesby and other villages in the Wolds.
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If you read the blurb on the IHUK website about Brook House Barn it sounds lovely, but it misses such a big item!
Listen, Brook House Barn is…”a high standard barn conversion with a fully equipped kitchen/dining area, drying room, utility and a large lounge with panoramic views over the Wolds countryside. There are 2 bedrooms on the ground floor and 3 bedrooms and a small lounge on the first floor. The bedrooms have a mix of beds and bunks, bed linen is provided and all have en suite shower rooms. A two bedroom (4/5 person) cottage converted to a similar standard is also available. The village of Scamblesby, at the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds and on the Viking Way, has footpaths, bridleways and meandering country lanes”.
Sounds great doesn’t it. And if you back that up with a browse of the available pictures, you’ll see that it looks great too.
No mention at all of that fact that Brook House Farm is also a British Horse Society (BHS) approved riding school and livery yard. Their qualified instructors can offer all sorts of riding activities for all riders aged 4 and over. They offer lessons form beginners to more experienced as well as adventurous hacks. Being surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in England, you can enjoy some memorable riding experiences out and about.
So why not make it a riding holiday?
Brook House Barn provides very comfortable accommodation in Scamblesby on the Viking Way
Brook House Barn provides dog friendly accommodation on the Viking Way. The way is a 147 mile long distance footpath between the Humber Bridge in North Lincolnshire and Oakham in Rutland. Scamblesby is 46 miles along the route from the Humber Bridge in the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds. The perfect location to treat yourself to a nights luxury at Brook House Barn. The Barn has five en suite rooms each sleeping up to four people. The beds are all made up with crisp white linen, there is a pristine well equipped self catering kitchen and luxury sofas to relax into. You will wonder why you ever stayed at a B&B before.
Stay at the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, documented as one of the driest areas of the UK.
The Lincolnshire Wolds offers glorious walking country with miles of footpaths. Idyllic riding with bridleways, wide grass verges and quiet country lanes. Many good pubs and restaurants serving ‘Tastes of Lincolnshire’ food. Unspoiled market towns such as Louth and Horncastle. The forgotten spa town of Woodhall Spa with an ancient Kinema (one of the first cinemas) showing todays block busters in the middle of a wood. Coastal resorts of Sutton on Sea, Mablethorpe, Donna Nook and Skegness. The historic city of Lincoln with its Cathedral, Castle and museums.