Whether you want B & B or self-catering, you will be delighted with your stay at Daisy Cottage. All rooms have been decorated and furnished with your comfort in mind. There is a guest lounge and pretty gardens with a South facing patio. You can walk out the back of the garden, meander along the beck and arrive at the pub within 5 minutes where you can have an excellent meal. All rooms are en-suite with colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities.
Accommodation at Daisy Cottage, Scopwick, comprises of one twin bedroom on the ground floor and two double bedrooms on the first floor.
All rooms have private bathroom facilities. The two double rooms have bathrooms ensuite and the twin room has a private bathroom opposite.
There are tea and coffee making facilities in each room as well as a colour television. All linen and towels are provided.
Daisy Cottage boasts a well equipped kitchen for those who wish to stay on a self catering basis. There is a large dining area, electric cooker with gas hob, microwave oven, dishwasher and fridge/freezer.
Just in case you need to do any laundry there is also a washing machine/tumble dryer plus iron and ironing board.
All cutlery and crockery is provided for our guest's use.
As well as the guest's lounge with colour televison, there is also a south facing garden with conservatory and patio area.
You can spend warm summer evenings outside on the patio and in the pretty gardens or during the winter time sit in the heated conservatory and enjoy the views of the gardens.
There is also a secure bicycle lock-up for those who want to be a bit more energetic during their stay.
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Staying at Daisy Cottage you are ideally situated to enjoy the diversity of attractions that Lincolnshire has to offer from peaceful walks in the countryside to shopping in Lincoln followed by a meal or a night on the town. Follow the Airfield Trail or spend your time browsing in the craft and antiques centres. It's all here on Daisy Cottage's doorstep so come and enjoy it.
With Lincoln less than ten miles away you can experience the different sides that this city has to offer. The Bailgate area is home to the majestic Lincoln Cathedral that dominates the skyline, and also Lincoln Castle, home of the Magna Carta.
Browse the speciality shops, take a stroll through the cobbled streets and walk down Steep Hill, remembering to save enough energy for the walk back up! After shopping give your tastebuds a treat at one of the many tearooms or restaurants that populate this area.
See the Roman ruins and Newport Arch, the last remaining Roman arch still spanning a road.
You will also find city centre shopping further down the hill, with all the major high street retailers and a few more besides.
Sample the nightlife too in the many bars and restaurants that populate the city centre and Brayford Wharf.
Aviation Heritage abounds in Lincolnshire, no wonder that it is known as 'Bomber County'.
During your stay at Daisy Cottage you can follow the North Kesteven Airfield Trail, created to enable visitors to locate the active RAF stations and former WWII airfield sites.
Only a mile away from the cottage there is the RAF Digby Ops Room Museum, a fully restored WWII operations room.
A little further afield you can visit the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight at RAF Coningsby and in the same area is Thorpe Camp, at Tattershall Thorpe, offering a historic view of life at a WWII air base.
Also within easy distance of Daisy Cottage is the Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre, a museum full of photographs and paraphernalia charting the history of aviation in the county.
There are also many National Trust and other historic sites to visit in Lincolnshire. Within a ten mile radius of Scopwick there isTattershall Castle and Tattershall College, both magnificent examples of buildings from a bygone era. Also in the immediate area are the ruins of Tupholme Abbey, in Bardney, and Bolingbroke Castle, in Old Bolingbroke. One place that you really must visit though is Cogglesford Mill, Sleaford, a fully restored and working water mill set in beautiful surroundings on the River Slea.
You are spoilt for choice of places to eat while in Lincolnshire, where village pubs serving excellent locally produced food abound.
Just five minute's walk from Daisy Cottage is The Royal Oak, Scopwick, a country pub serving traditional, home-cooked meals at lunchtimes and evenings and with guest real ales.
Alternatively, a little further up the road in nearby Waddington you will find The Horse and Jockey, a very popular eating establishment, especially for their Sunday lunches.
If you want to take a taste of Lincolnshire away with you there are many farmer's markets throughout the county where you can purchase the many speciality foods that the region has to offer. The nearest are in Sleaford and Lincoln. Yet another good reason to pay a visit to Daisy Cottage is to explore the many and varied Arts and Crafts workshops and centres in the area.
In nearby Sleaford you will find The Hub Centre for Craft and Design, a recent addition to the town on the banks of the River Slea. Here you can visit the many exhibitions and also purchase high quality art and craft items.
Also within tem miles of Daisy Cottage you will find Cutting Lane, Fulbeck, a working arts and craft centre with a variety of visitor attractions. At the Craft Centre are Blacksmith, Saddler, Carpenter, French Polisher, Upholsterer, and Decoupage artist. Cutting Lane Interiors display a wide variety of arts and crafts made locally and nationally and Fulbeck Tea Rooms offer a fine range of refreshments.
Add to this Old Mill Crafts, Billinghay, Anwick Forge, Anwick, and Zoo, Waddington and you won't be short of somewhere to browse and buy.
Come and stay awhile, you will find more to do than you would think!
Daisy Cottage - Bed & Breakfast - Sleaford - Lincolnshire