hollies country cottages

The Hollies, West End
Burgh le Marsh
PE24 5EF
Tel: (01754) 810866
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Hollies Country Cottages
These charming self-catering country cottages are set in the peaceful surroundings of Burgh le Marsh in Lincolnshire's Poacher Country, and yet are only five miles from the seaside resort of Skegness.

Built in Georgian style from old brick and pantiles recovered from 17th barns, the cottages overlook the old grazing marsh with wonderful views of the Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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The cottages, sleeping from two to five persons, have been tastefully furnished with your comfort in mind. Enjoy cooking in the well-equipped kitchen with electric cooker, micorwave and fridge, or relax in the large lounge with a colour TV. Free Wifi.

After a busy day relax with a soak in the bathroom with shower and bath followed by a good night's sleep in the comfortable bedrooms (one double and one twin) ready for your busy day out tomorrow.



Weekly prices 2017 Sleep 4 Sleep 5
March 11 to May 6 £260 £280
May 6 to July 8 £310 £330
July 8 to Sep 2 £380 £400
Sep 2 to Sept 30 £310 £330
Sept 30 to Oct 28 £260 £280
A deposit of 25% of the total rent is payable within a week of making a reservation by email. The balance of the total is payable on arrival. If cancellation is necessary, your deposit will only be refunded if we can re-let the cottage on similar terms, in this case your deposit will be refunded less 25% for expenses. All cheques should be made payable to J. Dodsworth. Click here to make an enquiry or a reservation.

Burgh le Marsh
The charming town of Burgh le Marsh has plenty of interest to the visitor.

The handsome and interesting Church of St Peter and St Paul's can be seen for miles around and the sound of its bells reputedly saved the lives of a ship's crew at a time when the coastline was much closer. The church clock-face warns 'Watch and pray for ye know not when the time is'.

Another stunning feature on the horizon is Dobson's Mill, built by Sam Oxley in 1813; the view of the five giant sails gently turning in the breeze is truly a magnificent sight.

For evening meals the nearby Windmill Restauarant is well worth a visit.

Exploring Further
There are plenty of footpaths on which to explore the countryside and within only ten minutes walk you will discover a four-acre coarse fishing lake at which to enjoy a peaceful morning's fishing. Those who also enjoy cycling, horse riding, fly-fishing, golf and bowls are also well catered for nearby.

Lincolnshire Wolds
This part of Lincolnshire's Poacher Country is a treasure trove of pretty hamlets and charming market towns with buzzing atmospheres; Spilsby, Louth, Wainfleet All Saints and Horncastle. Enjoy a visit to one of the coastal Nature Reserves including the visitor centre at Gibraltar Point.

The Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, encompasses Tennyson's Country where the great Poet Laureate was born and spent his childhood. A visit to the imposing City of Lincoln with the awe-inspiring Cathedral and the port of Boston with its famous 'Stump' is also a must for the visitor to the area.


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Just a ten minutes drive from Burgh le Marsh is Skegness, a fantastic resort where you can enjoy a great day out on the award winning golden beach, as well as visiting a great selection of attractions suitable for the whole family. The children laugh and the sun shines and everyone has a great time including mum, dad, nan, grandad and the kids.

Have fun on the fantastic choice of rides at the fun fair; ball pools, adventure theme centres, giant slides and amusements, many with all-weather facilities, including Butlins and Fantasy Island.

Skegness also has a great variety of leisure and sports activities ranging from crown bowls to tenpin bowling as well as swimming indoors and out in the newly refurbished Compass Gardens Complex. There is boating, golfing, stock car racing, cycling and rambling as well as all the facilities at the sports centre.

You don't have to go very far to find lots of animal friends, marine creatures; penguins and cheeky seals that just love to come and greet you at the animal sanctuary.

There are beautiful floral displays with fountains and waterfalls, kiddies play areas, and all just minutes from the beach, main seafront parade and general shopping area.

As the sun goes down, enjoy a night out at one of the many pubs or clubs, and perhaps even see one of the star named shows at the Embassy Theatre.

There is something for everyone to enjoy, and millions of visitors return time and time again.

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