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Self-Catering in Barrow-Upon-Humber

Hardy's Barn
High Street
Barrow-Upon-Humber
Lincolnshire

DN19 7AA | View map

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North Lincolnshire is an area of rural tranquility and remarkable natural beauty, where the rolling chalk of the Lincolnshire Wolds meets the lush Ancholme.This is great walking country, with something for everyone from the long distance Viking Way and Nev Cole Way to gentler riverside and woodland walks. North Lincolnshire is full of surprises. Alkborough Turf Maze is on a mysterious ancient site overlooking the confluence of the rivers Humber and Trent close to interesting rural walks and sleepy villages. Hardy's Barn consists of lounge, kitchen, dining room, downstairs toilet, upstairs gallery landing, large master bedroom with 6ft bed and en-suite facilities, TV and DVD. Other bedrooms available on request sleeping up to 8. Services: Gas fired central heating, Remote control freeview TV, DVD, Microwave, fridge/freezer, toaster, kettle, iron and ironing board, and dishwasher. Patio area at the back of the barn. Communal grass garden area at the front. Bed linen and towels are provided. Non Smokers only. Well behaved dogs are welcome, £15 per dog.

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Number of Rooms: 4
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