Working with local craftsmen we have created a unique accommodation building.
The stable is set apart from the main house and consists of a spacious & airy living room with a mezzanine floor containing the bedroom area. It has its own fully equipped kitchen and wet-room shower/WC. The stable also has free broadband Wi-Fi.
Whether visiting friends & relations, taking a holiday or visiting the area on business we believe that we have created the perfect accommodation for you.
A single dog is welcome, at additional cost, provided they are well behaved and accompanied at all times.
We have undercover cycle storage that you may use for the duration of your stay whether you happen to be passing through or staying longer to take advantage of cycling in this beautiful area.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask.Owlett Hall, Crowle, North Lincolnshire, DN17 4LQ - For Sat Nav use DN17 4LJ
Max people: 2
Check In: After 4PM
Check Out: 10AM
Dogs welcome with permission
7kW Electric Car Charging Point
Crowle is situated just 3 miles north of junction 2 of the M180 in the historic Isle of Axholme, North Lincolnshire.
Located between the ancient cities of York & Lincoln makes it a convenient place from which to explore this interesting region of England.
Closer to hand there are also many other interesting sights and activities including The Old Rectory at Epworth which was birthplace to John Wesley, founder of the Methodist Church and the Humberhead Peatlands National Nature reserve, which is the largest area of raised bog wilderness in lowland Britain. Blacktoft Sands, an RSPB nature reserve, is one of the largest tidal reedbeds in England. It is home to some 270 species of birds and is important for its breeding bearded tits, bitterns and marsh harriers.
Crowle, itself, is a former market town which has many old and interesting buildings. There are a number of Pubs and Restaurants that serve evening meals. If you don't want to go out there are Chinese, Indian, Pizza and Fish & Chips takeaways.
Addy is a children's writer and Angus works from home. We enjoy welcoming visitors to the historic Isle of Axholme - a lesser-known area of North Lincolnshire. Angus is particularly interested in the local history of the area, so please ask if you have any questions about the locality of genealogy.