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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