Clematis Cottages offer a collection of 4 individual cottages which combind can sleep up to 17 guests, situated in the grounds of Lodge Farm which is a 10 minute drive from the beautiful Georgian town of Stamford.
Lodge farm was a working farm dating back to 1635 but now the 5 acres of grounds have been lovingly restored to provide a haven for wildlife with a wildflower meadow and lake, flower borders and apairy perched on a hill top with views of rolling countryside, fields and forests to all four aspects, it is the ideal location for a ‘get away from it all’ holiday or short break. The peace and tranquillity that surround the cottages helps you to unwind away from the pressures and stresses of day to day living.
The stone outbuildings, have been sympathetically restored and tastefully converted retaining many original features to provide luxury accommodation furnished to a very high standard.
> Clematis Cottage sleeps up to 6 people > The Retreat sleeps up to 2 people (plus sofa bed) > The Oak Barn sleeps up to 4 people > Hollyhock Cottage (Clematis & Annex combined)sleeps up to 8 people
Each of the properties can be totally independant and each have a separate garden with BBQ area.
The award winning cottages also benefit from high speed broadband and ample parking.
Unfortunately due to the wildlife around the grounds we don’t allow dogs or other pets to stay at our cottages.
|Clematis Cottage||Week||£675.00 to £750.00|
|The Retreat||Week||£375.00 to £425|
|The Oak Barn||Week||£550.00 to £625.00|
|Hollyhock Cottage||Week||£900.00 to £1100.00|
|The Farmhouse Annex (from £200 per week if taken in conjunction with another cottage)||Week||£275 to £425|
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Tel (1): 01778 590280
Tel (2): 07496 068702
Email: [email protected]
Clematis cottages are easy to find situated 4 miles North of Stamford off the B1176 between Ryhall and Careby, on the border of Rutland and Lincolnshire just off the A1. Detailed directions can be found here; www.clematiscottages.co.uk/location
We recommend that you have a car but there is a local bus going past the lane end every other hour up until 5.30pm