Park Farm is a peaceful retreat and a good base for discovering East Lincoln. There are lots of lovely places to visit in the area.
Well sized log cabin in a quiet location near to plenty of local attractions. Also great value for money, and the dogs love it too!
We stayed here with family for two nights in June. The cabin is warm and cosy, the heating works well and keeps the chill out. The kitchen is well equipped with the essentials, and clean enough. The living area is simple and works fine, but the bathroom is where it all goes down hill. There was lots of black mould growing on the poorly applied silicone sealant around the bath/shower that even a soak in bleach wouldn’t remove, and a similar story around the rear of the sink. The loo seat was also loose. We briefly met the old chap who runs the place, and he seems very genuine so we assume...more
Everything you need for a holiday in this quiet and remote log cabin . Everything is provided extra toilet rolls ample towels dishcloths washing up liquid WiFi is provided but is shared with the 3 other cabins so not always good. It is very clean so well done to the cleaning lady she is awesome. We were too big for the 4’6 bed and it was very springy. Shower is trickle too needs a power shower putting in. There is also a bath in the 3 bed cabin so that was good and two toilets. The owner gave us an upgrade as the unit was unavailable for the whole of the time we wanted and she was most helpful...more
Enjoyed our stay at cottage no 1 Perfect cottage for 2 although a bit far from amenities we enjoyed our stay
Double bed needs a new mattress, it is extremely lumpy and very uncomfortable. Fridge door does not open properly due to a lump in the threshold from kitchen to larder, where the fridge is situated. We had to swivel the fridge round in order to open the door. Bath is OK, but has no shower attachment, making washing hair difficult. Even a shower attachment that goes on the taps would help. Instructions on the use of the cooker would be helpful as some people are not used to electric cookers. I could not fathom out how to work the oven and put both diasl on before the light came up. ...more