Canal Farm self-catering holiday cottages offer a peaceful haven for a relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. The cottages have a view of open countryside to the Lincolnshire Wolds and the majestic spire of St James Church in Louth, just a few miles away.
The charming self-catering cottages have been created through the sympathetic conversion of traditional Lincolnshire red bricked and pantiled farm buildings and have retained their agricultural heritage. They are well equipped and comfortable, with all that selfcatering holiday makers will need, each has its own its own courtyard and parking area. The local facilities are excellent, with 2 pubs, the Millhouse Restaurant, farm shops and a village store all within 3 miles of Canal Farm in lovely rural Lincolnshire villages.
Barn Owl is our largest cottage offering 4 star self-catering accommodation for 4/5 people. This holiday home can comfortably accommodate a family, but a couple would also find it a cosy retreat.
Kingfisher has been sympathetically converted from a traditional redbricked and pantiled farm building, with original beams giving the cottage charm and character.
Ticklepenny cottage now offers 4 star self-catering accommodation for two/four people. This is our smallest holiday let, and is single storey so is suitable for guests with limited mobility.
Beneath big skies, the Lincolnshire coast offers safe, sandy and clean beaches for families to enjoy. There is also another seaside experience, the wild salt marshes and dunes of the coastal reserves, gives visitors the chance to get close to nature and solitude.
Canal Farm Cottages now have a 5 pitch caravan and camping site, certified by the Camping and Caravan Club. This is an adult only site. This is positioned in the secluded grass meadow which allows the visitors to enjoy the panoramic views towards the Lincolnshire wolds, and soak up the idyllic open countryside atmosphere.
Fantastic stay, great welcome with plum bread and eggs. Fabulous.
Had a marvellous time, enjoyed the countryside and the fishing
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We are so lucky to live on the banks of the Louth Canal, but sometimes seeing the place through someone else's eyes makes you cherish it even more. This happened on Saturday when artist Judith Tucker and poet Harriet Tarlo talked about their work inspired by the Louth...read more
The Burton Family at Canal Farm In 1998 Richard and I bought Canal Farm from Anthony Burton, the third generation on the farm – he and his wife have since emigrated to Australia. A couple of years ago I contacted him to see if he had any old photographs of the farm,...read more
The Drinkel Family at Canal Farm. At the end of July this year we will have lived at Canal Farm for 20 years! However this is nothing compared with our predecessors the Burton family who had lived at Canal Farm for 99 years! In the early years of living here, we...read more