News & Special Offers
Donna Nook Seals - in The Times
Over 1500 seal pups will be born on the beach at Donna Nook in November and December, a short drive from Brackenborough Hall Coach House. Stefanie Marsh stayed with us last year and featured the Donna Nook seals in the Times Travel section on 18th Ocotber "one of the most moving, astonishing, bewildering travel experiences of my life". http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/travel/holidays/wildlife/article4239635.ece
One night free! Quote "midweek offer". Excludes other offers, high season and any break including a Friday, Saturday or Sunday night.
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Guardian - Top Farm Stay Holidays
Brackenborough Hall Coach House is top of the Guardian's list of Farm Stay Holidays! http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2013/sep/19/top-10-uk-farm-stay-holiday
Gold Green Tourism Award
We are proud to have once more been awarded the Gold Award in the Green Tourism Business Scheme.
Louth Museum Champions
We are now champions of Louth's excellent museum. Guests can borrow two passes to allow them free entry. Well worth a visit.
Lincolnshire is Britain's Favourite Food County!
Lincolnshire beat Cornwall and Hampshire to be voted the favourite food county. This confirms what we already knew - the local food is fantastic! With plum bread, sausages, Cote Hill/Poacher cheese, fish, potatoes & veg not to mention the beer and fruit juices, come and see for yourself! http://www.lovebritishfood.co.uk/
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- Green Tourism Business Scheme - Gold 2011
- East Midlands Tourism Bronze Award for Sustainability 20010/11
- Enjoy England Best Self-Catering Holiday in England 2009/10 Silver Award
- East Midlands Tourism Think Family Award, 2009/10 - Gold
- East Midlands Tourism Best Self-Catering 2008/09 - Gold
- Lincolnshire Star Awards Best Self-Catering 2008/09 - Outstanding Winners
Louth Civic Trust 'Pride of Place' Award for the imaginative reuse of a listed building.