The Little Barn

The Little Barn
Accommodation | Stamford
Rural tranquillity in high quality self-catering luxury awaits you in the charming, quiet village of Carlby, near Stamford. You'll feel so at home in the open plan, comfortable surroundings of The Little Barn - with a full, modern kitchen area and stylish wet room too. King size double bed, plus modern sofa bed option, to sleep up to 4 people. A detached, single level property with disabled access and adjacent to your hosts' home. Breakfast tray provided, free Wifi, cot on request, off road parking and local walks. A short drive to nearby village inns. The Little Barn is wonderful base for exploring Stamford, Burghley House, Tolethorpe Hall's open-air Shakespeare theatre, Bourne and Rutland Water. 'Perfectly equipped, lovely little touches, very welcoming owners, gorgeous bathroom'
2 Church Street
Carlby
Stamford
PE9 4NB
www.thelittlebarncarlby.co.uk
info.thelittlebarn@gmail.com
07711 163416

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2 Church Street
Carlby
Stamford
PE9 4NB
www.thelittlebarncarlby.co.uk
info.thelittlebarn@gmail.com
07711 163416

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The Little Barn

Rural tranquillity in high quality self-catering luxury awaits you in the charming, quiet village of Carlby, near Stamford. You’ll feel so at home in the open plan, comfortable surroundings of The Little Barn – with a full, modern kitchen area and stylish wet room too. King size double bed, plus modern sofa bed option, to sleep up to 4 people. A detached, single level property with disabled access and adjacent to your hosts’ home. Breakfast tray provided, free Wifi, cot on request, off road parking and local walks. A short drive to nearby village inns. The Little Barn is wonderful base for exploring Stamford, Burghley House, Tolethorpe Hall’s open-air Shakespeare theatre, Bourne and Rutland Water. ‘Perfectly equipped, lovely little touches, very welcoming owners, gorgeous bathroom’

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‘One of the finest things to do in summer’ – The Sunday Times.
‘One of England’s premier alfresco theatre venues’ -The Stage

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The Little Bothy has its own courtyard with garden furniture and a charcoal BBQ. The sunny south facing lawned garden has furniture so you can enjoy the evening sunshine. The orchard is yours to walk in or sit and have a glass of wine.

Perfect for a romantic getaway….quiet, peaceful and relaxing.

By booking our other cottage Rest and be Thankful we can accommodate up to 8 people with flexible sleeping arrangements. Great for friends or family to enjoy time together!

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Stamford Shakespeare Company

Throughout summer, the Stamford Shakespeare Company presents a season of classic plays – William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar and Twelfth Night and Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit.

The theatre is situated in the grounds of historic Tolethorpe Hall, where last summer over 33,000 people experienced the magic of a visit to this unique venue. Enjoy a picnic in the glorious grounds, then take your seat, protected from summer showers, and see a stage like no other.

‘One of the finest things to do in summer’ – The Sunday Times.
‘One of England’s premier alfresco theatre venues’ -The Stage

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The Little Bothy

This recently renovated two-bedroom barn sits behind Old Sulehay Cottages and has been thoughtfully restored and extended to provide a modern self-contained cottage sleeping four people. Imaginatively designed and finished to a very high standard, the bar offers luxury and comfort in abundance.

The Little Bothy has its own courtyard with garden furniture and a charcoal BBQ. The sunny south facing lawned garden has furniture so you can enjoy the evening sunshine. The orchard is yours to walk in or sit and have a glass of wine.

Perfect for a romantic getaway….quiet, peaceful and relaxing.

By booking our other cottage Rest and be Thankful we can accommodate up to 8 people with flexible sleeping arrangements. Great for friends or family to enjoy time together!

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No. 9 Burghley Lane in Stamford is a 4 storey, Grade 2 listed town house sleeping up to eight guests. Great location to explore Stamford and Burghley Park. Well equipped and many original features.

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