Accommodation and Alford
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When you stay in our spacious late Victorian house you can also enjoy our  garden of about three quarters of an acre and still have access to the centre of  Alford which is only a couple of minutes away.

Apart from our day jobs, we are keen amateur musicians, gardeners and potters and we keep bees and rare breeds poultry. We are members of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.

We have two double rooms and one twin, all with TV and tea and coffee
making facilities and we have a separate lounge for visitors.
En suite and family suite available.

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                                                       Family Suite              Bedroom                Dining Room

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                                                                                              Bathroom              Lounge

We offer full bed and breakfast. You can dine out at a number of local pubs and restaurants.

If you don't want to venture out you can order excellent Indian, Chinese or Italian takeaways and use our dining room.

Alford

This flourishing market town, which is described in the Domesday Book as a small manor, lies at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds in an enviable setting. It is steeped in history and offers much to visitors of all ages and interests.
It was in 1283 that William of Well obtained a charter for a market which is still held on Tuesdays. Fridays from June to September is the day for the popular Alford Craft Market. Hundreds of holidaymakers visit the market each year. The annual Alford festival is three days of special events including a craft market, dancing , music and varying entertainments over the August bank holiday weekend.
Narrow streets containing Georgian and Victorian cottages all combine to make Alford a town of considerable charm.
 

 
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