Field House

Visit England accredited Self Catering Holiday Cottage

Field House is situated in a pleasant rural setting with no near neighbouring properties. It is located within the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Field House is sited within our smallholding. Please browse our website to get an idea of how we manage our smallholding to create a beautiful natural and wildlife friendly environment.


Pleasant conservatory overlooking gardens.

Rear Garden

The rear garden is south west facing and is accessed via the conservatory and patio,

Front Garden

The front garden incorporates a fenced area comprised of patio and lawn. A gate at the end of the lawn leads into an area surrounded by hedge, enhanced by an old apple tree and a magnolia bush which produces beautiful blooms during spring.

Accredited with Visit England – 4 Star with Gold Award plus accolades – Dogs Welcome; Walkers Welcome and Cyclists Welcome.

No neighbouring properties nearby. Local walks from cottage, short drive to coast. Blue flag beaches at Skegness, Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea.

No public roads nearby – the cottage is accessed by a private track which runs on to a quiet single track lane.

The front garden includes a picket fenced section to provide for security for guests’ dogs. We have dogs ourselves and do our best to provide comfortable and secure accommodation for visiting dogs. A large proportion of the downstairs area has wipeable tiled floor. The living room has carpet – a bit of comfort for the older dog.

Three dogs are welcome, but please contact us if you would like to bring more.

Public footpath runs past the cottage – however it does not get a great deal of use.

Views of meadows, mature trees and grassland from the cottage.

The cottage is sited at the northerly end of Welton le marsh village. Being slightly elevated, the coast and wind farm can be seen from the upstairs windows.

The cottage is heated by an oil combi boiler, there is also a log burner in the living room.

Downstairs there is a large, L-shaped, well equipped kitchen/diner, cosy living room, boot room with large sink and storage, WC, utility room and the spacious conservatory which overlooks the rear garden.

There are patios with seating to the front and rear of the property. Barbacue available.

Upstairs are 3 bedrooms – 1 king with ensuite, 1 twin, 1 single – and a family bathroom.

The village itself is very attractive in all seasons and there are several quiet walks directly from the cottage. The village pub serves good food and is dog friendly.

The village is just over a mile from a main coastal route – you can join the A158 at Gunby corner and proceed towards Skegness and Ingoldmells. There are several dog friendly east coast beaches just a short drive (8 miles minimum) away. A further advantage of our location is that of being within easy reach of the Lincolnshire Wolds.



  • Spacious, L shaped kitchen diner opens onto conservatory
  • Range style electric cooker; under counter fridge, freezer and dishwasher; Microwave and toaster.
  • Cupboards and drawers for storage.
  • Tough, wipeable floor.
Boot room and WC
  • Boot room is entered from the outside porch.
  • Separate WC with hand sink within boot room.
  • Full size deep sink and kitchen unit.
  • Full height storage cupboard
  • Boot room leads into kitchen.
  • Boot room has washable tough floor.
Utility Room
  • Utility room leads off from kitchen
  • Combined washing machine/tumble dryer
Living room / workspace
  • Modern log burner
  • Comfy reclining sofas
  • Smart TV
  • Office area with desk and chair
  • Warm carpeted floor
Local walks

Walk 1 : Short walk around village

The public footpath runs from the track along the side of the cottage to the boundary at the top of the garden.  On reaching this point you will find a gap in the hedge.  Go through this gap and turn left along the edge of the field.  Carry on for about 50 m. until you reach a stile. Officially, the path should cross the stile and continue diagonally through the pony paddock, however the easier but unofficial route is to not cross the stile but continue on the side of the field until you arrive at Mill Lane. Turn Left proceed down the hill, through the village past the 30 sign, keep going past the front of the church almost to the main road (Hanby Lane). When the village Hall is on your Right, turn left into the church yard and follow the path to the RHS of the church. This will cross Welton Beck, a chalk stream. Proceed up the slope and follow path until it reaches Beck Lane. Turn right into Beck Lane and continue back to Field House

Walk 2: Walk to Bakers Lane ( can be muddy)

Follow walk 1 from Field House to Mill Lane.  At this point cross Mill Lane and you should see a  footpath sign pointing diagonally across a field. Continue across the field and then look for the sign directing you across the next field. You will arrive at the edge of a narrow copse, look out for the farm buildings. Proceed through the farm until you reach the A1028. As this road is busy it is best to return to Welton along the footpath 2.

Walk 3: Walk to Scremby and back

Follow walk 1, but turn right up Mill lane and carry on up the hill until the Welton tourist information board is reached. Look for the footpath sign branching left across the field  to Mill Farm. Cut straight through Mill farm until the A1028 is reached. Proceed straight across this road and follow the path down the hill. Keep going until you reach Scremby Village.

Walk 4: Walk to Claxby and back

Follow walk 1) but when Mill lane is reached, turn right up Mill lane  to the top of the hill and pass the  water works on your left, you will then see a footpath sign to your right. Follow this sign and continue along the track, going past the wood on your right until you reach the main road.  Follow the single track lane which leads off to the right (Dawber Lane)

Walk 5: Walk south from village to Orby

Follow Walk 1, keep going past the church, and past the Pub Proceed Down Hanby Lane until a small lane is reached branching off right. This is Rea Lane. Proceed down Rea Lane until it turns into a track. After a short distance along this track a footpath sign will be seen that directs you diagonally across the field Keep following the footpath signs until you reach the Village of Orby.

  • All bedrooms have wardrobe and dressing table.
  • Very spacious main bedroom has ensuite.
  • Twin bedroom has two single beds.
  • Single bedroom has one single bed.
  • All bedrooms overlook pleasant views, the main bedroom overlooks the garden, the coast can be seen from the twin bedroom.

The main family bathroom has WC, sink and bath with shower. The ensuite in the main bedroom has a large shower, WC and sink.

Local Area and Places to Visit


The popular resorts of Skegness, Mablethorpe and Ingoldmells are all just a short drive away. There are a number of beautiful beaches and coastal walks nearby, most of these are dog friendly. These beaches include Skegness, Gibralter point, Chapel Point, Anderby, Six marshes, Moggs eye, Mablethorpe, Saltfleet.

Wolds and Fens

There are several market towns well worth visiting. Horncastle, Louth, Alford and Spilsby all have interesting shops and outdoor markets on designated days. Boston has a large market, a variety of shops, the famous church, and interesting historical buildings. Lincoln with castle and cathedral and its ‘steep hill’ is well worth a visit.

Attractions and Places of interest locally

There are a number of small Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust sites nearby. There are larger reserves at Gibralter Point. There are RSPB reserves at Frampton Marsh and Frieston Shore.

The air museum at East Kirkby is less than half an hour away. Also nearby are the Northcote Horse sanctuary at Great Steeping; the Radcliffe Donkey sanctuary at Huttoft; Bolingbroke castle. National trust properties locally include Gunby Hall (1 mile away) and Tattershall Castle.

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