Elms Farm Cottages, Boston

Luxury self-catering converted barns and stables nestle in the peaceful Lincolnshire countryside on the outskirts of Boston.

An award winning businesses, you are guaranteed a warm welcome and a comfortable stay in one of the nine luxury cottages at Elms Farm.

The beautiful rustic cottages have oak floors, leather sofas and cosy wood burning stoves. With fully equipped modern kitchens, complimentary wi-fi and level access and wet room facilities, the cottages make a perfect base for your visit to Boston, Lincolnshire.

If you are travelling as a group, across nine cottages, up to 38 people can be accommodated in 19 bedrooms.

The cottages are also ideal for small groups or individual travellers. Eight cottages will sleep 4 people in two bedrooms in each cottage. One cottage will sleep 6 people in three bedrooms.

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