The Lily Pad Cottages

The Lily Pad Cottages
Accommodation | Stamford
The Lily Pad Cottages comprises of 8 self catering cottages in a pretty stone village 6 miles south of Stamford. From one bedroom up to five bedrooms, well designed and equipped. Any length of stay offered (min 2 nights), large group bookings also welcome. Some cottages have ground floor bedrooms and bathrooms so ideal for guests with mobility issues. Indoor pool, large patio with gas BBQ. Two great pubs in the village plus local shops.
The Lily Pad Cottages
Northfield Lane,
Nassington
PE9 2LP
www.stamfordcottages.co.uk
bookings@stamfordcottages.co.uk
01780 784394
07833 680110

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The Lily Pad Cottages
Northfield Lane,
Nassington
PE9 2LP
www.stamfordcottages.co.uk
bookings@stamfordcottages.co.uk
01780 784394
07833 680110

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