Cottages

Canal Farm offers three comfortable self-catering cottages, each with it's own private courtyard area that have been created by the sympathetic conversion of traditional farm buildings.  They are located in the small hamlet of Austen Fen, on the banks of the Louth Canal.

Canal Farm cottages offer a pleasant setting for a peaceful break - with lovely views over open countryside to the Lincolnshire Wolds and the majestic spire of St James Church in Louth, just a few miles away.

Accommodation Details for all Cottages

  • On-site lake and canal for free fishing
  • Electric cooker, ceramic hob and microwave
  • Utility room with laundry and axtra WC
  • Tourist and local information provided
  • Digital TV, video and DVD players
  • Games, videos, books and toys
  • Cot and high chair available on request
  • Barb-b-que abd outside furniture
  • Offroad parking and bicycle lock-up
  • Games area where children can safely play
  • Well behaved pets welcome (£15 per pet)
  • Heating electricity bedlinen and towels included

Booking

Booking
It is very easy to book your stay, you can simply telephone on 01472 388825 or 07831 400051. Your enquiry can be e-mailed to r-ma@canalfarmcottages.co.uk , or check availability on-line, fill in the booking form and submit it to us.

Accommodation

Accommodation
The sleeping area of Ticklepenny holiday home has been extended to provide a larger L shaped bedroom with en-suite facilities (bath and shower available). The double bed is in the new extension area, and this creates spacious accommodation for two people

Pets

Pets
Canal Farm Cottages welcome well behaved pets. Lots of opportunities for lovely walks along the canal, on the nearby sandy secluded beaches and marsh and around our fishing lake. There is a charge of £15 per pet.

Things to do

Things to do
Canal Farm has on-site fishing lake for guests use. Ideal base for walkers, cyclists nature lovers with nearby Lincolnshire Wolds and Coast. Lincoln, Hull and York within easy reach for day trips. Visit lovely Georgian Louth and it's bustling market.