luxury self catering cottages in the Lincolnshire Wolds

ash farm barns

enquiries@ashfarmbarns.co.uk
Tel: (01673) 838 272

Welcome to ash farm barns...

Winner of the Best Barn Conversion 2011

Ash Farm Barns, in one of the most attractive parts of the Lincolnshire Wolds

...a superb rural location in one of the most attractive parts of the Lincolnshire Wolds.

Luxury self catering accommodation for holidays, short breaks and business travel. Our superior barns can accommodate between 2 to 7 people and are also ideal for group bookings of up to 25 guests. One of our cottages is accessible for visitors with mobility difficulties (level M3).

View back towards Ash Farm Barns from a nearby field with cowsThe traditional farmyard barns and stables built in early 18th century have been beautifully restored to provide visitors with exceptionally comfortable, stylish and warm accommodation.

The cottages enjoy a lovely peaceful location with panoramic views over surrounding meadows and valleys. Spring water from the farm supplies the barns and farmhouses. Visitors to our gardens and surrounding fields include deer, woodpeckers, badgers, foxes and many more.

A chicken and her chicks
Horses in a field

Organic eggs and produce is available from the garden in season.

North Willingham is an ideal holiday base providing easy access to the east coast, the historic Roman city of Lincoln and is close to many of Lincolnshire’s market towns, where you will find museums, theatres, antique centres and restaurants serving local Lincolnshire cuisine.

For the more energetic there are a host of activities available locally including golf, horse riding, cycling and walking. The Viking Way passes through our farm.

Complimentary coarse fishing on the farms own lake by arrangement.

A warm welcome awaits you and we hope you enjoy your stay.

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