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Self Catering in Lincolnshire - Thorpe-on-the-Hill

Belfry Lodge
Thorpe-on-the-Hill
Lincolnshire
England
LN6 9AJ

Belfry Lodge, Thorpe-on-the-Hill, Lincolnshire
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Sykes Cottages
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Sleeps a maximum of: 4

Pricing From: £318.00

Sleeping four people in two bedrooms, this single storey lodge is on the 7-acre Thorpe Park site, 6 miles from Lincoln.

Belfrey Lodge is a single storey lodge on a quiet site, 6 miles from Lincoln. There is a double room with en-suite shower room, a twin room and a family bathroom. The living area is open plan, with a kitchen area, dining area and sitting area. Outside is a private hot tub, and a veranda with furniture. The grounds surrounding Belfrey Lodge have a fishing lake, golf club and beauty suite, while Lincoln is within easy reach.


RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Mrs
What a beautiful lodge. We were slightly concerned after reading reviews that the lodge was unclean but this was certainly not the case. We stayed at no7, perfectly clean, we were glad we didn't take our dog! The lodge was really warm so all the Onesies and extra blankets we took stayed in the car, we had taken plenty to see us through but found it really considerate that the lodge was well stocked with essentials. The hot tub was the perfect way to relax following a busy day of walking and exploring. There is plenty of space around the lodge for children to play without disturbing other families, the ducks wander around and will happily come to see if you have any food going spare. It was perfect for our needs, a great little find!
Vicky J
2018-02-16


disgustingly filthy !!!!
I booked a week at Belfry Lodge no 4 through Sykes Cottages using their 5 tick Deluxe section. On arrival we found the lodge to be very basic and absolutely filthy throughout. The first thing we did was to head out to buy bleach and kitchen cleaner. It took over an hour just to clean the 2 toilets which were disgusting, and then proceeded to clean the kitchen work surfaces before we could use the kitchen. The microwave and oven were unusable as they were beyond normal cleaning (particularly the oven which was thick with grease). The utensils draw was dirty and had hairs in it. The kitchen sink took ages to clean particularly around the tap as there was such a build-up of grime. The shower tray in the en-suite was particularly bad as were the sinks. The cheap laminate flooring was cracked, lifting and had chunks missing. It was absolutely filthy particularly around the base units in the kitchen. The cushions and sofa throw were put to one side as they were dirty. We put the towels and bed throw on top of the wardrobe as they were old, tatty, well-used and dirty (luckily we had taken our own towels with us). The bedding was old, tatty, mis-matched and well used with dubious looking stains, even clearly seen on the brown bottom sheet (we had to sleep on top of the bedding using a fleece throw that we keep in the car for emergencies). The wardrobe had 4 coat hangers (2 of which were broken), so we had to stack our clothes on the single beds in the second bedroom. There was an old battered hoover stuck in the corner of the kitchen and a very dubious mop and bucket outside the lodge. The flooring in both bathrooms was filthy, particularly in the corners, and there was no shelving anywhere in either bathroom to put toiletries (they had to be squashed onto the window sills). We had to wash all cutlery and crockery before we could use it. When we tried to contact the owner on any of the 3 contact telephone numbers, all went unanswered including the one to have the access code for the WiFi (we needed internet access to acquire the contact number for Sykes Cottages). All numbers went unanswered and so next morning we headed to the golf club to see if they had any connection to the lodges as the lodge park reception was closed and nobody about at all. They informed us at the golf club that they no longer had any connection to the lodge park as the lodges had been sold off privately. We headed to McDonalds to use their WiFi and eventually managed to contact Sykes directly. They listed to our complaints and said that they would contact the owner directly, and could we take photo evidence and email it to them (which we did - again using McDonalds WiFi). They agreed from the photos that it was completely unacceptable and would contact the owner straight away. After numerous telephone conversations between ourselves and Sykes, and after many attempts at their end to contact the owner, they managed to speak to her and came back to us (after 3 days of hassle and telephone calls) with an offer of a cleaner to rectify the problems. We agreed and headed off for the day, leaving the lodge to the cleaners with a list of the things that needed attention and that the towels in the bathroom were our own. When we returned, a couple of the minor issued had been rectified, but the cooker was still disgusting, as was the flooring and shower tray. They had changed the bedding with an equally tatty looking replacement and taken the towels and bed throw off the top of the wardrobe. Then came the worst shock - they had put horrible dark grey, bleach stained, tatty towels in both bathrooms and - taken my lovely, expensive, fluffy cream towels away !!!! I got straight on to Sykes and relayed all this, stating that I wanted my towels returning immediately. They said that they would contact the owner and get them returned. Within an hour, the owner contacted us directly and said that we had 1 hour to vacate the lodge due to our persistent complaining. We then had another call from her husband threatening us that if we did not vacate the lodge immediately he would "come and beat us up". We felt so threatened that we had to call the police. Obviously we were very happy to vacate the lodge and are now taking legal action to try and get our money back. We have also spoken to Trading Standards regarding Sykes description on their website that the lodge was Deluxe.
wynne999
2018-01-02


Nice lodge and location but seriously in need of a deep clean and new bedding and towels.
Just stayed here for four days over Xmas. Location is great especially as you can walk via the golf course to Whisby Nature Reserve. The bonus of the lodge is the hot tub which was used every day and made for a different Xmas experience. Unfortunately the oven, chinaware and cutlery were in desperate need of a good clean. The bedding and towels were old and stained in both rooms, not to mention the slightly sticky feeling sofas. With some care and attention the lodge could be so much better so we won?t be rushing back any time soon.
Maycourt
2017-12-27


Mr
This lodge and park was outstanding. Well run by friendly people. The lake for fishing was lovely. Peaceful location but a lot to see and do in the area. Lincoln Cathedral was worth the visit. Whisky nature reserve a must restaurant here was wonderful. Would most definitely stay here again also hot tub was amazing.Sad to leave .
sandra m
2017-04-02


The lodge had everything we needed plus a lot more. Comfortable, spacious and relaxing. Site is perfectly ran. The hot tub was amazing
Mrs Ham
2016-06-19


Amenities:

Highlights

Parking Space
Jacuzzi
Linen provided
Towels provided
Cooker
Fridge
Washing Machine
Television
High Chair
Cot

Bedrooms
2

Double Beds
1

Twin Beds
1

Bathrooms
2

Details
Gas underfloor heating throughout
Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD
Fuel and power included in rent
Bed linen and towels included in rent
Travel cot and highchair
Off road parking for 2 cars
Veranda with table and chairs
Shared use of 7 acres of grounds
Use of onsite golf centre at additional charge
Fishing available on request
Sorry no smoking
One well-behaved dog welcome
Shop 1 mile
Pub 0
5 miles

Changeover Day
Sat

Approximate Location

Map is approximate and should only be used to get a rough idea of the cottage location.

Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Thorpe-on-the-Hill area.

Nearest Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Aubourn Hall - 1.7 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Doddington Hall - 3.7 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

St Mary's Guildhall - 4.6 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Somerton Castle - 4.8 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Brayford Pool - 4.9 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

St Mary-le-Wigford - 4.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

High Bridge - 5 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Lincoln Guildhall - 5.1 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Greyfriars - 5.2 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Jews House - 5.2 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

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Details of facilities are believed correct at time of publication, but may be subject to change by the cottage proprietor. Up-to-the-minute facility listings will be always presented during the booking process for your approval.



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