AROUND THE CABIN
For walkers there are beautiful hilltop views and the best footpaths in Lincolnshire taking you for miles across rolling countryside. Packed lunches available.
For nature lovers: Redhill Nature Reserve is just a few minutes’ walk away, along with wonderful flower meadows. Pairs of buzzards circle the land, along with deer – and there are plenty of rabbits to keep you company in the sandy soil. Packed lunches available.
The town and the sea: Lincoln, Louth, Horncastle (the antiques capital of Lincolnshire) and Grimsby are all less than 45 minutes’ drive. The coast is half-an-hour away – one of the most spectacular late autumn sights are the hundreds of seals that beach at Donna Nook to have their pups, Thousands visit this natural phenenomum every year.
There is so much to see and do right on your doorstep – unless, of course, you simply want to kick-back and relax in this secluded tranquil cabin – the choice is yours.
There is six-acres of fenced grazing on soft, sandy ground and stabling for four horses. We are surrounded by lovely Wolds bridleways, with a cross country course ten minutes’ away and popular beaches for riding just half-an-hour away. We can arrange to help with transport. Picnics available for long treks, as are maps and guided hacks are possible.
For cyclists, Goulceby and the Wolds is the most popular area for cyclists in Lincolnshire with great, sweeping hills. For the brave, there is the great Red Hill Challenge - with fabulous views to look forward to at the nature reserve, which sits at its peak. Secure lock-ups for cycles are available.
Oh and don’t forget you can holiday with our three alpacas! Shelby, Arthur and Tommy are just a year old and are currently undergoing training to provide small taster treks. They are just outside your cabin window too - so you can wake up and say hello!
LAND AND AIR ADVENTURES
Whether it's on the track and in the air. Cadwell Park is one of the most popular racing venues in the UK and home to a leg of the British Superbike Championships. Track days are always busy with regular club meetings too. We are less than five minutes away. Meanwhile we all know Lincolnshire is ‘bomber county’ – the new International Bomber Command Centre is in nearby Lincoln and Coninsgby, with its famous Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is a 20-minute drive.