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Bainvalley Holiday Cottages - peace and tranquility in Lincolnshire

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An abundance of peace and tranquility at the end of a private road. Oodles of space both inside and out with a range of accommodation to cater for everyone from singles to large groups and even furry friends.

Bainvalley Cottages are centrally located in the County and therefore have  easy access to all places of interest. There is a tennis court, 70m from the cottages, for guests to use. We also have a beach hut at our closest beach which can be hired – so come on……begin your journey of discovery!


Bainvalley South

On entering Bainvalley Cottage the characteristic is a feeling of space with your eye taken through to the garden room and the fields beyond. Underfloor heating throughout plus a wood burning stove – make for a comfortable, uncluttered space. There is free wifi and an iphone / ipod speaker docking station, TV and DVD player. There is an inter-connecting door in the kitchen area. When large groups take both cottages this allows free access between the cottages.

The bedrooms have views across the surrounding countryside and are individually decorated. The main double bedroom has a king size bed and TV and is light and spacious. The second bedroom is a twin bedded room. The twin beds can be zipped together into a super king bed.

The stylish bathroom has a  stand alone bath, perfect for a relaxing soak and a large walk in shower for those finding a bath difficult. There is also a downstairs cloakroom.

Bainvalley North

The cottages are comfortable, well furnished and equipped with underfloor heating, TV / DVD player and woodburning stoves. Free Wifi is available and there is a iphone / ipod speaker docking station provided.

For large groups there is an inter-connecting door in the kitchen area which allows you all to easily interact.

Preparing meals is no chore in the well-equipped, practical, labour saving kitchen which has a hob and electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine.

A beamed ceiling separates the dining area from the living area and helps create a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

The stylish bathroom has a deep stand alone bath, perfect for a relaxing soak and a large walk-in shower for those finding a bath difficult.

The two bedrooms (a king size and a twin ) have views across the surrounding countryside and are individually decorated with a TV in the main bedroom.

The Garden Room ensures a relaxed place to return to after visiting resorts for peace and tranquility.

The Bach

Bainvalley Bach is waiting for you to visit. There is absolute peace and quiet in this tranquil area. Cattle quietly graze the fields surrounding The Bach. There is a kitchen living room area with a French door leading to the courtyard. The kitchen area has an electric oven and hob, microwave, half dishwasher, fridge/freezer. A wet room with a vanity unit, shower, toilet and heated towel rail. A bedroom with a king size bed, fitted wardrobe, bedside tables with lamps and chairs. There is underfloor heating throughout.

The Shamba

John and Wendy welcome you to The Shamba – so called as our son lives and works in Tanzania.

We have enjoyed converting a small barn into this much larger delightful holiday home and would like you to enjoy it too and 55 sq metres of luxury await!

The living dining area is roomy and bright with views of cattle grazing in the surrounding fields from the patio doors. The kitchen is fully equipped with an electric oven/hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine. The wetroom has a rain shower, toilet, vanity unit and heated towel rail. The main bedroom has a king size bed with bedside tables, a dressing mirror and large wardrobe. The second bedroom has flexibility with a super king size bed which can be used either as twin beds or as a super king size. There is underfloor heating throughout and in the living area a large TV.

Out & About

Undiscovered, off the beaten track, one of the most unspoiled parts of rural England. Stretching from the Humber to the Wash on the east side of England, Lincolnshire is an immense county of varying landscapes. You will find open rolling hills as well as deep-sided valleys. Quiet country roads run along the ridges giving wonderful views across the Wolds. To the east coast you descend onto the coastal plain, with its marshland and miles of sandy beaches, head south and find the Fens with wide open skies and magnificent churches.

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