Parts of the cottage date back to the 18th Century. We know for sure that the Coldron family bought the cottage in 1764. In 1861 there was a Beer House in part of the property under the sign “The Three Horseshoes”, and in 1911 the house was made in to two cottages that were occupied for a time by farm workers.
We are situated right in the heart of the village of Brant Broughton, on the High Street. Brant Broughton is surrounded by some beautiful parts of the Lincolnshire Countryside, yet it is easy to get to and from any parts of the Country via some very good roads."Perfect hosts in a perfect B&B in a lovely little village..."-Martin D. from London on Trip Advisor
Our newly refurbished guest bedrooms with en-suite shower facilities (including complimentary toiletries) provide flat screen televisions, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and bathrobes to make your stay a comfortable one. Our beds are king-size with fluffy duvets & pillows.
Breakfast. We provide a choice of full English Cooked Breakfast or a selection of cereals, fruit, yogurt, jams, marmalades, local honey and, to coin a phrase, “whether you like it or hate it – Marmite!”
Breakfast is served Monday-Friday between 7.30 – 9.00 am and Saturday & Sunday from 8.00 until 9.30am
Local attractions are the historic town of Newark (which played an import part in the English Civil War), the historic city of Lincoln (a visit to Lincoln Cathedral and Castle are a must. Lincoln is the only place in the world where you can find original copies of both the 1215 Magna Carta and the 1217 Charter of the Forest), Newark Showground (home to Europe’s largest antiques fair), Doddington Hall, RAF Stations at Cranwell, Waddington and Scampton, PFI International Go-Kart Circuit (the largest outdoor kart circuit in the UK), Hemswell Antiques Centre, Belton House, Southwell Minster and much more…