1a Chapel Street,
1 small well behaved dog - £20 extra.
Tourist Board: 4 Star.
Low season £200 - £295.
Mid season £255 - £375.
High season £325 - £450.
Bank holidays £325 - £450.
Arrivals are from 3pm onwards & departures before & up to 10am unless by prior arrangement.
For further details please contact:
Mary and Rob Indge
Tel: 01507 462079
Last minute vacancies during weeks:Reload this mapMyrtle Cottage nestles in the centre of historic Alford, close to the thatched Manor House and working windmill. The cottage sleeps up to 4 plus a cot if required (one double, one twin beds).
4 Jan, 11 Jan, 18 Jan, 25 Jan
- Fully equipped fitted kitchen with cooker, microwave, fridge freezer, kettle, toaster, washing machine and iron.
- Lounge with french doors, opening onto a secluded courtyard.
- 2 bedrooms (one double, one twin beds), full central heating, bath/shower, upstairs and downstairs toilet.
- Digital TV. CD/Radio.
- All bedding and towels provided.
- Off road, lock up parking, (height restriction 6 foot).
- A complimentary welcome pack is provided consisting of tea, coffee, sugar, bread, milk and Lincolnshire plumbread.
- New for 2012: Free WiFi, and additional TV/DVD combi in double bedroom.
- Myrtle Cottage is located just off the main road, West Street, tucked behind 'Craftmartin's', in a quiet, secluded spot.
- It is only yards from Alford's thatched Manor House and within easy walking distance of Alford's five sail working windmill and St Wilfrid's Church. It is ideally situated for the Tuesday and Friday markets and the many Inn's and restaurants that Alford has to offer.
- Alford is only 5 miles from the glorious East Coast with its golden sands and sand dunes full of wildlife. In October and November crowds flock to see the new born seal pups at Donna Nook which is only 10 miles up the coast.
- In the other direction is 'Tennyson' country, the gentle, rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds and all the treasures they offer.