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ABOUT

ABOUT

North Ormsby Manor  B &  B  is a peaceful historic Manor House c1860 situated on the fringe of the Lincolnshire Wolds, surrounded by its own parkland and woods, with direct access to the public footpath network that crosses the Wolds         

 

 

Unique & exclusive 

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OUR SERVICES

OUR SERVICES

Breakfast

 

We offer a self service breakfast from 7:30 am to 9:30  am daily. 

Sun Patio 

 

The sun patio is directly accessible from the lounge and gives extensive views over the grounds and gardens. 

Tennis Court

There is a tennis court onsite available for guests to use by prior arrangement 

 Wifi

 

Wifi is available but can be intermittant due to our rural location. 

 Housekeeping

 

Change of towels and bed linen are  available on request . Hairdryer, Iron and ironing board available on request.

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OUR ROOMS

North Ormsby Manor offers you a choice of 3 king-sized bedrooms, beautifully renovated and furnished. Two are ensuite and one has its own dedicated separate bathroom.

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Accessibility Statement & Rooms

Introduction

North Ormsby Manor is an historic Manor house dating from c1860, with many original features. Sadly this means that the building is not always suitable for people with very limited mobility or sight impairment. Our Access Statement aims to describe our facilities, in order to ensure that all of our guests will be happy and comfortable during their stay. 

Directions 

Travelling from Wragby follow the A157 to Louth and turn left onto the A16 and proceed into Utterby, where you turn left onto Church Lane. Go through the village onto Barton Street and after about 1/2 mile there is a gated  entrance on the left which takes you onto the tree lined  driveway to the Manor House. Please note sat nav does not take you to the Manor. If in doubt please phone.

Main Entrance and Ground Floor Public Areas

The main entrance for guests is through the front door from the gravelled parking area. You will enter the building through the main door into our dramatic reception area - this is all on one level and leads to the dining room and off to the sun room leading to sun patio area. 

Stairs 

The oak staircase is a particular feature of the house. Although wide there are 22 steps leading to large open landing, but no handrail.

Bedrooms

All bedrooms are on the first floor .

The  Black & White Room (Room 1)  is en- suite with roll top free standing bath, toilet, basin and dressing room.

Winter rate  @  £210 per night. Summer rate  @  £185 per night.

The Pink Room (Room 2) is en -suite with roll top free standing bath, toilet and basin.

Winter rate @ £180 per night. Summer rate  @  £165 per night

The Yellow room  (Room 3 ) has a large separate bathroom (down the corridor) with free standing roll top bath, toilet and basin.

Winter rate  @  £180 per night. Summer rate  @  £165 per night

 

'Winter period' : to 2.4.24 & from 28.10,24

'Summer period' : from 2.4.24 to 28.10.24

WE ARE OPEN OVER THE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR PERIOD  - DIFFERENT RATES APPLY

We take Euros, contact Martyn on 00 44 7775793415 for further details

Other Information

If any of your party are hearing or sight impaired , then please let us know so that we can help in any way we can. Also if you have any dietary requirements, please let us know when booking so that we can ensure we can make the best possible provision for you. If you need to store any medicinal items in our fridge we are happy to do so, but will need to know when they are needed in case we go out.

SEE & DO

THINGS TO DO

 

Market Town of Louth

Set in the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds, is the pretty , Georgian market town of Louth - hailed by the Hairy Bikers as a food mecca!

Whether you have a passion for shopping or an interest in history, this charming market town offers an array of attractions and activities: from the stunning StJames ' church sporting the tallest parish spire in the country, to the shopping area dotted with countless inns, cafes and magnificent Georgian and Victorian houses.

Spout Yard is a great sun - park complete with an outdoor theatre, childrens' play area and picnic tables. There is also a purpose built art gallery and exhibitions of local artists run throughout the  year.

Just beyond the town lies Hubbard's Hills, a steep-sided chalk valley; perfect for walking or an ideal spot for a picnic. 

Historic Lincoln

Over 1,000 years of history lives on at Lincoln Castle, home to the 1215 Magna Carta and 1217 Charter of the Forest. Walk in the footsteps of past kings along the 360 wall walk through castle towers, and explore the Victorian prison. Lincoln Cathedral boasts views like no other over the Lincolnshire countryside.

Stand in awe in the cathedral nave and reflect whilst listening to the majestic sounds of the Cathedral Choir.

The remains of Lindum Colonia, the Roman city of Lincoln founded in the first century AD, can still be seen throughout the city by following the Roman Trail.

The Mayflower Pilgrims started their journey in Lincolnshire and exploring Gainsborough Old Hall can help you find out more. Plus don't miss the Elizabethan Doddington Hall - still in the hands of the same family down the generations.

Lincolnshire Wolds

 

In the Lincolnshire Wolds ANOB , you'll find some of the most beautiful and unspoilt scenery in the East Midlands. With beautiful views to the pennines in the west  and  the coast to the East , explore hundreds of miles of rolling hillside, tranquil valleys, untouched woodland and charming villages.

The Lincolnshire Wolds is an important habitat for many species of wildlife and rare flowers,  as well as an important centre for agriculture. Interestingly the wolds , unique in it's archaeology , with over a hundred deserted medieval villages which can be seen in the humps and hollows of the landscape. It's also populare area for hiking, with routes like the Viking Way and the Greenwich Meridian Trail attactring thousands of keen ramblers every year. 

Cycling in Lincolnshire

 

The Wolds is a great place to visit on two wheels !

The National Cycle network route from Hull to Harwich passes through the AONB, whilst the 69 mile Lindsey Trail is suitable for carriage drivers, horse riders, cyclists and walkers.

There are  plenty of circular routes of varying lengths for every ability around the Louth area. .

Horse Racing at Market Rasen

 

Market Rasen Racecourse is  National Hunt racecourse in the town of Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, England. The course is a right -  handed oval with a circumference of around one - and - a - quarter miles. Although National Hunt racing is traditionally a winter sport, Market Rasen stages a year - round programme of racing. 

Nature Walks

 

Direct access to a network of public footpaths over the Wolds. The county of Lincolnshire has a long coastline on the North Sea to the east and varied landscapes inland. For walkers , this diversity means that there are a wide variety of walks including the coast, the rolling Wolds, historic villages and many nature reserves. For many the  rolling hills of the Wolds, unique in its archaeology , with over a hundred deserted medieval villages which can be seen in the humps and hollows of the landscape. Its also a popular area for hiking, with routes like the Viking Way and the Greenwich Meridian Trail attracting thousands of keen ramblers every year. 

Terms & Conditions
Please read  these terms and conditions carefully as you will be bound by them. A contract between you and North Ormsby Manor will come into existence upon the date which you reserve a room with us. Your contract is with North Ormsby Manor B & B

Check in & Check out

Our standard check in times are between 15:00 - 19:00 hours. If you wish to arrive before 15:00, we will do our best to arrange for your room to be ready or alternatively hold your luggage for you. If you are likely to arrive after 19:00 hours, then please contact us. Check out 10.00am 

Bookings

Rooms may be reserved by bank transfer, details on request. Please note that we  do not accept infants or children under 12 and our maximum occupancy per room is 2 persons. Regrettably no pets are allowed. 

Confirmation of your booking will be sent by email subject to you providing a valid email address. 

Standard Bed & Breakfast - Payment Terms 

Deposit of £100 is required at time of booking. Full payment due 5 days prior to your arrival date.  Should you make a booking less than 5 days before arrival, the full amount is required at time of booking. 

Cancellations

Cancellations must be made at least 5 days prior to your planned arrival date. If you cancel less than 5 days before your due date of arrival or fail to arrive ('no show'), we will charge your credit/debit card with 100% of the value of your booking. We recommend guests ensure they have valid travel insurance in place in case of the need to cancel your booking. 

Bad weather policy and Force Majeure

In the event of bad weather conditions, flooding, plague, or  any act of God, North Ormsby Manor will fully apply our cancellation policy. 

Prices

Room rates shown on our website are per room, per night and include breakfast, and taxes. Room rates are subject to change. Prices are quoted inclusive of any VAT payable. 

Registration

We are required by law to maintain a register of our guests. Residents of the United Kingdom and/or the European Union shall upon check in provide their full names and addresses. Al l other guests must on check in provide details of a valid passport. You agree that we maintain this information for 12 months.

Parking 

We have on-site parking. Cars and their contents are parked entirely at the owners risk.

Damage 

North Ormsby Manor reserve the right to make a charge of up to £250.00 for any damage caused to a room by a guest.

Smoking 

North Ormsby Manor is a strictly non-smoking establishment anywhere in the building and its grounds.

Termination

North Ormsby Manor reserves the right, at its discretion, to terminate without notice an individuals  stay  at North Ormsby Manor where deemed necessary. 

Eating out in the area

We have compiled a list of some of the local pubs and restaurants in the area, which you may find helpful.

Please note: It is quite common in this area to eat out early!. So do check opening times.

Ludborough (2.1 miles north east)

The Livesey Arms - 01472 840038 - www.theliveseyarms.com

Pub/Restaurant

Louth (5 miles south)

Louth is a bustling market town(markets Wed, Fri and Sat) with an enormous number of pubs, cafes and restaurants to chose from, so the following are just a few selected recommendations - there are many more to choose from.

The Mansion House - 01507 611611 - www.masionhouselouth.co.uk

Restaurant

The Masons Arms - 01507 621200 - www.the-masons-arms.com

Cocktail bar and Restaurant

Bar Castillejar - 01507 608195 - www.barcastillejar.co.uk

Spanish food and tapas

Helal Tandoori - 01507 607960 - www.helaltandoori.co.uk

Indian food

Istanbul Barbeque Restaurant - 01507 600880

Turkish food

Montebello Ristorante - 01507 610305 - www.montebelloristorante.co.uk

Italian  food

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GUEST REVIEW

“Had a really lovely stay, very welcoming and friendly. Bedroom beautiful and comfy. Will be coming back. Thank you. Mr M , Peterborough
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