Catering for families with up to 2 children, the cabin has a double room, and a bunk bedroom . A well equipped kitchen with built in oven, hob, microwave, fridge, and all the pots and pans you should need on your stay. New for 2010 new double glazing.
The main gardens are available for all our guests, including the private lake, play area for children, and lawns and wildlife areas.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest Amenities||1.4 km|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Further details indoors|
Built of Canadian pine, the log cabin is cosy and warm, with a gas fire in the lounge and electric heaters in all the other rooms. Parking is available. The interior is all pine, with an up to date cream kitchen, with built in oven, hob and fridge. The lounge hosts large 3 seater reclining leather sofa and leather reclining armchair. With a digital freeview set top box, TV and DVD player, the whole family can enjoy a movie, chosen from a selection available in the laundry near the cabin.
The pine dining table seats four, for meals or family games (also available for loan from the laundry!).
Two cosy bedrooms and a shower room complete the cabin.
|Further details outdoors|
The 2.5 acres of gardens at Ashwater House are a mix of lawned areas, flower beds, and wild areas, surrounding a 0.5 acre private lake.
Kingfisher Lodge is situated on the side of the private lake, a haven for all sorts of wildlife.
FREE for guests - electric car charging point on site.
Well behaved dogs are welcome at a small charge, but we ask owners to clear up after their pets, and to ensure they do not jump on the furniture, or to provide covers if they do, and bring their own food bowls.
The cottage is set in two acres of grounds, with a private lake, and many flower beds and features. The children's play area boasts a wooden play house full of outside toys, with a swing seat for parents to relax on whilst fun is had. Guests may walk all the way around the lake, with seats along the way, or stop to feed the fish, moorhens and ducks, and see if you can catch a glimpse of our resident kingfisher.
Louth is called 'The Capital of The Wolds', a beautiful Georgian market town, which many claim has a feeling of the past about it, with speciality cheese, poultry, fruit & vegetables and meat shops. Majestically rising above the town, St James' spire, 500 years old and 295 feet high, is often your first glimpse of Louth. As you get closer its warm stone contrasts with the red brick and pantiles of the houses. A concoction of different styles in an intricate network of streets. Altogether a satisfying blend.
The town stands directly on the Meridian line at 0°, so bridging two hemispheres, and on the River Lud, a more visible divide. Not much has changed here. The ancient market square echoes to the traders' cries as they offer their wares, there’s the produce auction, the cattle market - its a perfect microcosm of rural life.
Louth is built in a wealth of styles, and is a melange of masonry to delight and fascinate. Discover Tennyson's legacy, and there’s a lively arts programme to be enjoyed, from drama to dance, classics to rock, recitals to readings - take the Louth Arts Tour and enjoy.