The restoration of the stables into quality holiday accommodation however doesn’t fall into the same category as the majority of so-called ‘barn-conversions’. Sherry and her husband Irven have lovingly carried out an eco-restoration of the property which has already been highly accredited by The Guardian newspaper in which it recently featured.
To give you an idea as to the detail that the couple have gone to during the restoration:
- Only materials with natural breathable qualities were used in the restoration because these are the materials that allow old buildings to ‘breathe’.
- Natural breathable materials are good for buildings but they are also great for the health of people living in them as well. These materials are all beneficial to the environment and to people, have been produced directly from plants and are chemical-free.
- Natural fibres have been used everywhere in the Stables. Sofas and chairs are covered with either cotton and linen or leather, mattresses are made of organic Welsh wool covered with organic cotton, the sheets are cotton, the duvets are down, and the rugs and mats are made of wool or re-cycled cotton. The floors are all wood as are the doors, window frames and kitchen units – even the downstairs bath!
The website is fully content managed enabling details to constantly be up to date and also features a fully interactive Google map to show potential guests the vast array of ‘Lots to see and do in Lincolnshire’ , so that they can make the most of their stay in this wonderful part of the country.
Periodically throughout the year the website automatically changes colour to match the season so keep an eye on the site!
Click here to visit their website: Eco friendly holiday accommodation, Lincolnshire