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Brills Farm


Property Address: Brills Farm, Brills Hill, Norton Disney, LN6 9JN

Property Type: B&B

Price Range: £56 - £92

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Owner: Sophie White

Tel: +44 (0)1636 892311

This character farm house situated between Lincoln and Newark, offers sophistication and peace in beautiful surroundings, for those who enjoy high class comfort. Built in the early Georgian period of the 1700's Brills Farm sits in a commanding position on top of one of the few hills in Lincolnshire.

With lovely views out over the countryside it is a peaceful and relaxing place to stay. The house which has been recently renovated and restored to its former glory by Sophie and Charlie White, has many original features, including open fires, and rooms filled with antique furniture. Every effort has been made to keep the decor in line with the period of the property whilst adding a few modern conveniences such as central heating and power showers! It is part of a working arable and livestock farm owned and run by Charlie and his family.

Brills Farm is all about comfort in sumptuous surroundings, accompanied by fabulous food made from local produce. When you stay at Brills Farm you are welcomed as a guest into a much loved family home.



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