Nestled on the banks of the River Welland, in the county of Lincolnshire, the market town of Stamford is famous for its many beautiful 17th and 18th-century buildings. Recently voted the best place to live in the UK by the Sunday Times newspaper, it is also an excellent holiday destination. Stamford was the first-ever conservation area, with more than 600 listed buildings in the town and surrounding area. Take a wander into the historic centre from your Stamford holiday cottage and you will discover fine examples of timber-framed buildings, and five spectacular medieval churches. As you explore Stamford’s maze of narrow, cobbled streets, you will stumble upon a variety of independent shops.
Rectory Cottage is an exquisite romantic cottage set in ‘The best place to live in Britain’. The luxurious, pet-friendly former stable near Stamford, Lincolnshire, dates back to the 18th century and offers a neutral palette with limed oak floor, exposed stone walls and beams, and gorgeous gardens.
The Dairy at Burghley is a gorgeous country cottage sitting on a grand estate near Stamford In Cambridgeshire. The pet-friendly property rewards guests with rural elegance and modern luxury as well as open fires, outdoor entertaining areas and access to Burghley House and its many events.
The Dairy sits on the Burghley Estate in the heart of Capability Brown parkland, landscaped during the 1760s. After careful restoration, the historic building has been transformed into luxury holiday accommodation with all the comforts of modern life provided within a timeless and Arcadian setting.