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Self-Catering in Chapel St Leonards

Harvest Cottage at Langham Barns, Chapel St Leonards, Lincolnshire

Harvest Cottage at Langham Barns
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Anderby Creek

Chapel St Leonards
Lincolnshire

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Tucked down a quiet country lane, this very attractive cluster of cottages, beautifully converted from 300 year old barns, sits just 3 miles from the glorious sand duned beach of Anderby Creek. Cyclists can explore the lovely surrounding countryside on peaceful rural roads, and bird watchers and nature lovers will adore the area nearby Gibraltar Point is one of the best coastal sites for migration watching, with significant populations of breeding, wintering and passage birds, whilst the pupping seals at Donna Nook offer a truly memorable sight in November/December. Family fun can be found in Skegness, home to the famous Fantasy Island theme park (9 miles) and antique hunters will enjoy browsing at Horncastle. The delightful city of Lincoln, with its cathedral, castle, interesting shopping, cobbled streets and Christmas market, lies within an easy drive and the market town of Alford is only 4 miles distant. Pub serving food mile, shop 1 mile.

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