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Property LocationWith a stay at this cottage in Scunthorpe, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of The Old Rectory and The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft. This 4-star cottage is 19.4 mi (31.1 km) from Yorkshire Wildlife Park and 11.5 mi (18.5 km) from Normanby Hall Country Park. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft - 10.2 km / 6.3 mi
- The Old Rectory - 10.7 km / 6.7 mi
- North Lincolnshire Museum - 15.4 km / 9.6 mi
- Kingswood Golf Centre - 15.8 km / 9.8 mi
- Blacktoft Sands National Nature Reserve - ...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
A great find
Reviewed 26 may, 2021
From the ease of contacting the owners initially right through to leaving this was a really good experience. The Stables is well maintained and equipped with everything that you could wish for whether staying for one night or more. It has a fully equipped kitchen with cooker, microwave, tea and coffee provided and it is meticulously clean. If you forget something there is a Tesco Express just around the corner and the town centre takeaways are all within easy walking distance. There is good fee wifi and a decent TV in the lounge. Highly recommended.
Perfect..especially during pandemic
Reviewed 28 february, 2021
I spent 4 nights at the Owletts having stayed there last year I knew what to expect. A stand alone accommodation with your own front door. Having arrived a day before the snow and -10 temperatures outside the accommodation has under floor heating which was more than a match for the bleak conditions. There is a fan heater that was useful to dry out any wet clothing. Well stocked with victuals for breakfast over the 4 days this accommodation although fully independent of the main property is stocked with those products that you usually have to buy shortly after arrival. Figuring this into the nightly rate It makes it very reasonable. Next time I’m in the area I will 100% be returning to the Owletts. Hoping that will be after lockdown and I will be able to explore the locality in more depth.
Quaint, central in small town and with lots to offer
Reviewed 18 august, 2020
A very comfy hideaway for a short break away from it all - location in the heart of a small and friendly town means pubs with good food and convenience stores are only a short walk away, and if you fancy a longer walk (or cycle ride) there's miles of level country all around. We appreciated the warm welcome and the larder basics, as well as plenty of local information. The accommodation is airy, stylish and well-equipped and the super-sized bed on the gallery was a plus - our only tip would be to pack some slippers, the hard-wearing stair carpet is a little rough for sensitive feet if you're popping downstairs to use the facilities or make an early morning cuppa!
Appreciation. Of a great week staying at the stables at owlet hall
Reviewed 8 september, 2018
Thank you addy and Angus for making our stay so enjoyable the stables were first class and we would not stay any where else when we are in the area next and would recommend it to any one thanks again Bill and Myfanwy
Quaint self contained cottage spoilt by poor housekeeping
Reviewed 26 december, 2017
First impressions were good, even though toilet/shower room is directly off the kitchen rather than upstairs. On closer inspection found that pillow cases and duvet cover were stained and tired, dirty windowsills and lots of cobwebs. Butter in dish had been used by previous guests judging by the amount of toast crumbs in it. Basic breakfast provisions. Some fruit and yoghurt would have been appreciated. No hot water in the kitchen and no hand towels in the toilet. With some updating and better housekeeping, this would be a good place to stay, but not as we found it. Disappointed.