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Kingsize bed & en-suite in picturesque Nettleham

SuperhostNettleham, England, Storbritannien
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Ideally placed for Lincoln Christmas Market, Nettleham is a pretty village three miles to the north of Lincoln, with popular pubs serving meals. My house is detached, in a quiet neighbourhood, is light and comfortable with parking. There are two comfortable bedrooms, this one with an en-suite and Kingsize bed, and a second with double bed and shared modern shower room. The private lounge with TV is for your use if you wish. Coffee and teas available in your room, and continental breakfast.

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My house is detached, in a quiet residential neighbourhood in Nettleham, a short walk from the centre of this lovely village with its many amenities, including shops, pubs, cafés and gift shops. There is plenty of room for you to have your own space - double bedroom with king size bed and en-suite, tea and coffee making facilities, and a smart TV with integrated DVD player. There is a separate lounge also with a TV for your use if you wish, and you are welcome to use the garden, which is well equipped with tables and chairs, a parasol, and lawned area.

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Dining room, two lounges, garden, double bedroom with king size bed and en-suite shower, wash basin and toilet, use of garden.

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I have just bought a new mattress and new bedding so you will be super comfortable!! The room also has a brand new smart TV with integrated DVD player.
There is tea, coffee, herbal teas in your bedroom. I am trying to cut down on single use plastic so I will supply a jug of fresh milk rather than small UHT milk capsules.
I provide breakfast of tea/coffee with fruit juice, cereal, home made muesli, fruit, and toast in my dining room, or at the table in the garden on warm days. Breakfast is available between 7.00am and 9.30am, although I can provide it earlier if necessary. I can provide a gluten free breakfast plus nut or soy milk if required. Please mention any dietary requirements when booking.
There are two cats in the house, but they are not allowed upstairs or in the guest lounge or dining room, so you will not come into contact with them (unless you want to - in which case you are welcome to join me in the back lounge!)
Ideally placed for Lincoln Christmas Market, Nettleham is a pretty village three miles to the north of Lincoln, with popular pubs serving meals. My house is detached, in a quiet neighbourhood, is light and comfortable with parking. There are two comfortable bedrooms, this one with an en-suite and Kingsize bed, and a second with double bed and shared modern shower room. The private lounge with TV is for your use if y…

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Nettleham, England, Storbritannien

My house is comfortable and in a quiet road, with two double guest bedrooms, a third could be made available, so please contact me if you wish to book for up to six people. Nettleham is a very pretty and iconic village just three miles from Lincoln, with regular bus services, and many amenities including cafés, pubs, gift and other shops. There are a number of interesting footpaths around Nettleham, including from my house to the site of the historic Bishops Palace. Nettleham is ideally situated for exploring historic Lincoln, including the famous Christmas Market, the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds, including the Wolds Walking Festival held in May every year, and the many RAF links, including the new Bomber Command Centre which recognises the heavy losses of both sides in the Second World War, and names each of the 55,800 who died on active service... at East Kirkby there is the Guy Gibson and the Dambusters Squadron operated out of RAF Scampton throughout the Second World War and his office can still be seen today at the RAF Scampton Heritage Centre, just 4 miles from here.

The remains of the bishop's palace at Nettleham survive well as a series of substantial earthworks. Limited archaeological excavation has demonstrated the survival of buried remains while leaving the majority of deposits intact, preserving valuable evidence for social and economic activity on the site. As a result of detailed archaeological survey and historical research the remains are quite well understood, the association of the earthwork remains of the palace with the buried remains of an earlier manor house demonstrating the development of a particular high-status site throughout the medieval period. The survival of medieval garden remains is very rare, and together with the remains of the palace buildings will provide insights into the symbolic and aesthetic values of a particular facet of medieval society. As a monument presented to the public through interpretative displays, it also serves as an important educational and recreational resource.
The monument includes the earthwork and buried remains of the bishop's palace complex and its associated features, together with the buried remains of the early medieval manor house which preceded it. The bishop's palace was established at Nettleham at the beginning of the 12th century. The remains of the palace overlie those of a manor house in royal ownership which was granted to Bishop Bloet by Henry I in 1101. The palace provided accommodation for royal visits, including that of Edward I in 1301 at which his son was made Prince of Wales.
In 1336 Bishop Burghersh was granted a licence to crenellate the house and to surround it with a stone wall. The house was damaged during the Pilgrimage of Grace in 1536, but was not finally deserted until later in the century. The buildings were partly dismantled in the early 17th century to provide materials for works to the bishop's palace in Lincoln, and by the later 18th century no buildings remained standing.
The remains of the palace complex take the form of a series of substantial earthworks, up to 2m in height, arranged in terraces on a north-facing slope on the south side of the village of Nettleham. The remains of the principal buildings of the palace are located in the north eastern part of the monument, where the earth-covered remains of stone walls represent a series of ranges which included private chambers for the accommodation of the bishop and his royal guests, a chapel, offices, a kitchen and stables. The private rooms are believed to have been situated in the western part of the palace while the service buildings were located to the east. The buildings were constructed on a series of levelled terraces which are matched by those of the palace gardens adjacent to the west. The gardens, which are bounded by the earth-covered remains of a stone wall, are believed to have been laid out in the mid-14th century after Bishop Burghersh obtained a licence to crenellate. Referred to in a document of 1432, they include the remains of paths and flowerbeds arranged in rectangular blocks. Archaeological excavation in the area of the garden has demonstrated the survival of underlying building remains thought to represent the manor house which stood on the site before the 12th century.
The central part of the monument takes the form of a broad terrace, bounded on the north by the main palace buildings and garden wall, and on the south by a series of building platforms arranged along the inside of a linear bank. The bank represents the earth-covered remains of a stone wall which formed the southern boundary of the palace complex; the building remains at its centre represent the principal gatehouse of the palace. The courtyard thus created housed the palace's agricultural and service buildings, including, to each side of the gatehouse, the remains of a large rectangular barn. Further building remains on the east side of the courtyard may represent service buildings such as a brewhouse or stables, with an enclosed yard adjacent to the east. In the western part of the courtyard is a deep extraction pit from which limestone was quarried in the post-medieval period; adjacent to the east side of it is a mound thought to include the remains of a limekiln.
In the southern part of the monument, running southwards from the remains of the gatehouse, are two parallel linear banks representing a walled trackway which served as the principal approach to the palace complex. Adjacent to each side of this approach are the remains of a large rectangular embanked enclosure.
My house is comfortable and in a quiet road, with two double guest bedrooms, a third could be made available, so please contact me if you wish to book for up to six people. Nettleham is a very pretty and iconic…

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I have recently spent three months travelling all round both islands of New Zealand and have visited a number of AirBnBs, giving me a good insight into what makes great accommodation. My aim is that my AirBnB will have all of those ingredients, making it an inviting and comfortable place to stay.
I have recently spent three months travelling all round both islands of New Zealand and have visited a number of AirBnBs, giving me a good insight into what makes great accommodati…
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I enjoy having guests, and, having just returned from a three month period of travelling through New Zealand where I stayed in several AirBnB properties, I recognise that everyone has different wants and needs from accommodation. I love meeting new people and will be available to help as much or as little as guests wish.
I enjoy having guests, and, having just returned from a three month period of travelling through New Zealand where I stayed in several AirBnB properties, I recognise that everyone…
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