Glebe Farm Apartments are situated centrally between the City of Lincoln and the Market Towns of Horncastle, Louth and Market Rasen.
Only Minutes from several Golf Courses including the popular clubs of Woodhall Spa and Market Rasen. Based on a farm each apartment was originally used by the family for agricultural use, Steve the proprietor has lived at Glebe Farm all of his life and as a boy spent many hours playing and later in life working on the farm. As economics changed the buildings were converted into the cosy apartments that serve the guests ideally.
Each apartment has a double bed and a Bed/Settee if needed. The Mini kitchen has all you require and there is full laundry facilities on site. The single story design is suitable for the less agile guests and vehicles have access to the entrances. Central Heating is included as are all costs with linen provided, all the guests need to bring is their own food.
A fully stocked fishing lake is only metres away and is free to be used by all guests. Steve is very friendly and happy to make your stay as enjoyable as possible, repeat bookings are entitled to discount and many guests do enjoy this service as they return several times during a year. Longer term stays are available in the winter months.
Books, DVD, games
Free high speed internet
Free WiFi internet
High speed internet
Activities and Experiences
Golf - driving range
Antiques & fairs
All Apartments are single story and ramps are available for the doorsteps to aid wheelchairs.
till 23:30 Early check-in available on request
Late check-out available on request
Booking Terms and Conditions
Roadfrom Lincoln(12.0 miles)
Leave Lincoln on the A158 until you reach Wragby. In Wragby go through traffic lights and bear left onto A157 after 100metres at mini roundabout.After 1.5 mile look for small petrol station. Continue for 1.0 miles and then look for Glebe Farm signs on left hand side of main road 0.75 miles before East Barkwith village. PLEASE NOTE ignore sat nav direction in West Barkwith it will delivers you 1 mile too early at the wrong farm. Thanks Steve