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B and Bs in Stamford

Park Farm
Careby
Stamford
Lincolnshire

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Nestling on the hillside on the edge of the peaceful Lincolnshire hamlet of Careby, Park Farm offers spacious comfortable four star silver award bed and breakfast accommodation.

Park Farm is the perfect base for exploring this wonderful part of Lincolnshire and Rutland.

There are several excellent pubs close by all providing extensive menus, or Stamford town for an even greater range of cuisine.

Only a 10 minute drive north of the historic coaching town of Stamford, and Burghley House, the site of the famous horse trials, and setting for many major films including Pride and Prejudice and the Da Vinci Code.

Bordering England's smallest county of Rutland, ideally situated for sailing, fishing, cycling and bird watching all possible at Rutland Water.

Geoff Hamilton's famous Barnsdale Gardens are also close by.

Tolethorpe Hall (Rutland Open Air Theatre), Grimsthorpe and Belvoir Castle together with the National Trust's Belton House and Woolsthorpe Manor are within easy driving distance.

Dogs welcome outside, but in consideration of fellow guests, not in the house.

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Ratings/Awards: VisitBritain Quality in Tourism Rating of 4 star - silver award
Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2

Price per Person

Double: 35
Twin: 35
Single: 50
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