Hall Farm Conservation began with the development of Little Walk Cottage, a conversion of a redundant stable. Marris Cottage, a small brick and pantile former shepherd's cottage was added to the portfolio in 2009. The Stable Wing was prepared for business only lets in 2010; it has a wonderful view, but no garden. Marris Barn was completed in May 2012 and sleeps 16 with a pool, hot tub and sauna. Beach Cottage, Anderby Creek was purchased in December 2014 and totally refurbished ready for opening in September 2015. Little Walk Cottage is situated near Thorganby Hall Farm. Set in the rural tranquillity of the Lincolnshire Wolds, this superbly converted brick and pantile range of stables, which sleeps 4, delightfully combines modern comfort with the charm of original features including a log burning stove and a stunning oak and glazed Garden Room. Marris Cottage lies on the outskirts of Thorganby village. Set in the rural tranquillity of the Lincolnshire Wolds, this pretty, former shepherd's cottage, which sleeps 4, delightfully combines modern comfort with the charm of original features including a cast iron cooking range and open fire. The Stable Wing, Thorganby Hall offers a high quality self-catering two storey apartment (sleeps 1-4 people) with beautiful views of the Lincolnshire Wolds. It has a private entrance independent of the main Hall. It is ideally suited to single business people working away from home. Marris Barn has been created from an original long barn converted and extended by addition of a contemporary bedroom wing; a leisure complex including indoor swimming pool, a sauna and a luxurious single storey annexe with fully disabled access. Marris Barn is a superb place for a holiday at any time of the year and will please the most discerning visitors. The design allows the barn to be fully sustainable using solar power and ground source energy. Beach Cottage enjoys a superb location on the ridge of sand dunes overlooking the sea at Anderby Creek. The beach room and upper decking area make the most of the spectacular views. There is a summer house which catches all the evening sun. It is also very cosy in the winter with the wood burning stove. All our properties are dog friendly except for the Stable Wing.
I had the pleasure of staying in the Stable Wing for 9 nights while working in the area. It is the perfect retreat at the end of a long day, comfortable, quiet and well equipped. The only downside was that I spent so little time there due to work, it is the perfect base to explore the Lincolnshire Wolds and North Lincolnshire.
Top Lodge is a beautiful property which is well equipped and well designed.
I understand that one of the owner's used to be an interior designer and you can tell in the way that it has been done out; it has a nice balance between style and comfort to suit all guests. Everything has been well thought of and done to very high standards. There's one well sized bedroom a lovely bathroom with a high quality shower, a comfortable living room, a well equipped kitchen, pantry with fridge/freezer and a downstairs toilet and utility.....all with stunning views over the Lincolnshire Wolds from every ...more
A very special and quiet hideaway in excellent location.
Perfect place to completely switch off, views of the beach and sea to appreciate from both living area and bedroom.
The cottage has been sympathetically modernised, making the best of it's location.
Every detail for a comfortable stay has been thought of, and was very clean on arrival.
Will definitely go back, that is when I manage to find a gap in the bookings calendar.
We’ve stayed twice now at Little Walk Cottage and I have to say it was absolutely lovely both times… the cottage is nestled on a hillside with the prettiest of views, looking down over a little wood and small lake or pond. It was so peaceful too.
The cottage was tastefully decorated through out, very comfortable and the kitchen well equipped for every thing we could possibly have needed during our stay ….even down to a box of dog related items… which was lucky as I’d forgotten our dogs drinking bowl. The cottage was lovely and warm with or without the log burner lit, we stayed in December ...more