Haltham, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, LN9 6JEView on map
Why stay here ...
Our CL is located to the rear of the farmhouse in beautiful rural Lincolnshire and offers visitors the chance to experience the peace and quiet of the countryside and views out to open fields where you can relax and watch pedigree Lincoln Red cattle and prize winning pedigree Suffolk sheep graze. There is also a farmshop on site.
We exclusively invite our visitors to enjoy free of charge private coarse fishing in the Bain Valley river which is a short walk across the field. There is the opportunity to enjoy some great walks, one being the spa trail from Woodhall Spa to Horncastle which is 3 miles of flat surface along the old railway line which can be joined at Thornton or Martin.
Our local public house, The Ebrington Arms is 3 miles away offering home cooked food and locally brewed ale! Nearby Woodhall Spa and Horncastle also offer a great choice of restaurants.
As third generation farmers at Glebe Farm, Richard and Susan can provide a wealth of local knowledge. The pretty market town of Horncastle just 3 miles away is famed for its many antiques shops where you can while away the day browsing and then enjoy afternoon tea in a café and sample the Myers plum loaf. Louth is just 20 minutes away and is a much larger market town with some good shopping.
The racing circuit Cadwell Park is 12 miles away and is popular with bikers nationwide.
Picturesque Woodhall Spa (6 miles) is regarded as one of Lincolnshire's most attractive villages and is notorious for its peaceful and relaxing atmosphere. The village has a variety of attractions including the National Golf Centre, which is the home of English amateur golf, with facilities available to all players, whatever their handicap.
The unique 'Kinema in the Woods' has been a cinema since 1922 shows both recent and classic films in nostalgic surroundings. Jubilee Park offers an outdoor heated swimming pool during the summer months. Woodhall is also famous for being the home of The Dambusters (617 Squadron) who were stationed at The Petwood Hotel during World War II between January 1944 and May 1945.
For aviation enthusiasts, there is Tattershall Thorpe Visitor Centre, RAF Coningsby, home of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (the famous Lancaster Bomber) several Spitfires, two Hurricanes and a Dakota and they regularly fly over Glebe Farm in practice! In addition, the family run East Kirkby Aviation Museum is home to another Lancaster Bomber.
Nearby 15th century Tattershall Castle (National Trust) provides a great viewing point.
Lincoln Cathedral is well worth visiting and we are very proud of the magnificent architecture in our County and whilst in the Cathedral quarter the Bailgate is indeed a beautiful area with charming shops.
The coast and the famous seaside town of Skegness is 25 miles away, or why not visit the quiet beaches of Hutoft? For bird watchers there is Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve which covers 3 miles of coast from Skegness?
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