Converted barn, The Cowshed, situated in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The village of Somersby, the birthplace of Alfred Tennyson, along with the church and surrounding buildings create a lovely place to stay for peace in this rural setting.
The Cowshed is a cosy cottage in the heart of the ancient and historic village of Somersby, birthplace and home for the first 28 years of his life to Alfred, Lord Tennyson.
Small welcome pack on arrival.
Sleeps up to 2/3 people with one king-size bed and a further single bed in the sitting-room. Dogs are welcome.
Bathroom with large bath and integrated shower.
Freeview television in both sitting-room and bedroom. Music dock for mp3.
Comfortable seating and dining area.
Fully equipped kitchen with electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge.
Outside eating area.
Single-storey with ramp access.
Shared parking with the main house
Interaction with guests
I will not be there in person, but there is a resident caretaker in the village. property normally left open for access with key inside.
Other things to note
There is ample free off-road parking.
There is secured storage for bikes.
Minimum of 3 nights.
Strictly no smoking inside.
No dogs on furnishings.