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The Stables
Kitchen Diner
Double Room
Living Room
Twin bunks

Set in more than an acre of private gardens adjacent to Doddington Hall, The Stables offers a relaxing stay in the grounds of Doddington Old Rectory.

The Stables have been converted to a high standard yet contain many of the features of the original stables and coach house of the Old Rectory for the parish of Doddington. Offering a high quality self-catering cottage, The Stables sleep up to 6 in two double rooms that can be configured as twins, and one double bunk room.

The large sitting room includes a delightful wood-burning stove alongside modern luxuries such as a stereo, TV and DVD player and is next to a library room perfect for reading or children's play with another wood-burning stove. There is a large, fully-equipped dine-in kitchen with an oil fired Rayburn cooker and you can even get your groceries delivered by a nearby supermarket.

The Stables is a short walk from the stunning Doddington Hall & Gardens, a convenient drive to the Lincolnshire Showground's yearly events and just six miles from the historic city of Lincoln - you can see Lincoln Cathedral from the nearby Doddington village.

Additional Information

  • Generous welcome pack
  • Children welcome - high chair, play pen available on request
  • Dishwasher, washing machine, clothes dryer and chest freezer
  • Garden and Summer house
  • BBQ available
  • All linen & towels supplied

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