Skendleby Hall is a magnificent English Grade II listed country house available for rent. This beautiful large mansion is situated within the Lincolnshire Wolds. Skendleby Hall has far reaching views across gently rolling countryside. The mansion was designed by renowne …see more
Had a fantastic weekend at Skendleby Hall, went with friends and family to celebrate my husbands birthday. Now looking for an excuse to stay again!… More
Thank you Sarah - we are delighted that you had a good time at Skendleby Hall and really hope you will return. Ruth and David
“A stunning house with lots to do”
Reviewed 17 Mar 2015
Skendleby hall is a beautiful building set in a stunning part of the country. The house is huge and there's no end of entertainment inside. The owners are very friendly and live moments away, meaning … More
Thank you for your lovely review of the Hall. We are so pleased you enjoyed your stay and hope to see you again soon.
“Incredible Experience and very helpful organisers”
Reviewed 25 Nov 2015
The house is enormous so it's worth having a phone to keep in touch with each other. The facilities are fantastic - the only problem is time goes too quickly!… More
Thank you for your lovely review, we hope you can stay with us again.
Old Barn Cottages offer an ideal base from which to visit unspoiled countryside, picturesque villages and the wide, safe, sandy beaches of the Lincolnshire coast. Other nearby attractions include Lincoln’s magnificent cathedral and castle, the Battle of Britain Memo …see more
“A great stay in rural Lincolnshire with 2 perfect hosts!”
Reviewed 5 Nov 2011
We had a great stay with Dan and Hiroko, after travelling over from Germany and needing somewhere to stay, with 3 dogs, while we went on our house hunt.
We booked for 3 weeks and then stayed for a fu… More
Located high on the Lincolnshire Wolds in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and totally surrounded by wide open arable countryside. Our cottage commands panoramic views for over 30 miles, unsurpassed anywhere in the county that inspired the poetry of Tennyson. Beaut …see more