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Bodkin Lodge
Torrington Lane
East Barkwith

Market Rasen
Lincolnshire

LN8 5RY | View map
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Think of deep sofas and toasted Lincolnshire Plum Bread by a real fire at the first hint of chill or perhaps a cream tea in the garden in the sun with Lincoln Cathedral in view, on the horizon. Breakfast, which is made the most important meal of the day, includes Lincolnshire sausages as a speciality and the organic bread, jams and marmalade are all home made.

Think of truly, comfortable ground floor bedrooms with excellent en-suite bathrooms and separate showers, french windows, farmland views, huge skies, perfect for sunsets. From the door, a nature trail, winner of five awards, meanders to the trout lake. A short walk along the lane is the village pub.

Here on the edge of the wolds you have a perfect base in the very heart of Lincolnshire. There is so much to see…Lincoln, Louth, all the market towns, the Farmers' Markets, important antique centres, Bomber County Aviation Heritage. Halls, Castles, Gardens, Churches, nature reserves, the Viking Way, Cadwell Park motor racing, Market Rasen races.

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Ratings/Awards: 2004 ETC 5 Diamonds Gold
Best B&B 2000
Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2

Price per Room:

Double: From £75
Twin: From £75
Single: From £55
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Children Welcome - over 10 years
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year - except Xmas and New Year
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Garden

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