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Sunflower Holiday Cottage, Alford Road, Thoresthorpe, Lincolnshire LN13 0HU 

 Luxury accommodation including bed linen for three/four plus travel cot.

Open all year for short breaks or longer

Tel 01507 463294

Mobile 07988 142773

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Bernie and Sam Davies welcome you to Sunflower Cottage, ideally located, being close to the east coast and close to the Lincolnshire wolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty. This luxury, romantic, holiday cottage is situated in the hamlet of Thoresthorpe, in the countryside yet only half a mile from the market town of Alford.

Alford is well known for its craft fairs which are held regularly throughout the year and weekly in the summer. Nestled at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds, it is 400 yards from the working windmill at Alford. The windmill has a tea rooms serving delicious cream teas and light lunches.

The cottage is only 7 miles from sandy beaches, half a mile from shops, pubs and restaurants, fishing and golf are 4 miles away. If you like walking there are conservation walks from the cottage or for the more adventurous, the Lincolnshire Wolds.

The historic market town of Louth with its quaint streets and shops is only 20 minutes away. One hour from the beautiful city of Lincoln, with its stunning cathedral and huge variety of shops. Horncastle, a must for any antiques or bric a brac collectors, is half an hours drive away.

For more details on tourist information for the area please visit 

Tariff for 2019  Per Week GBP  Short Break GBP
 Dec 31st - Feb 1st  350  240
 Feb 1st - Feb 22nd  410  290
 Feb 22nd - Mar 15th  360  250
 Mar 15th - Apr 15th  460  310
 Apr 15th - May 17th  510  360
 May 17th - Jun 21st  510  360
 Jun 21st - Sept 2nd  560  390
 Sept 2nd - Sept 30th  510  360
 Sept 30th - Oct 14th  385  270
 Oct 14th - Oct 28th  410  290
 Oct 28th - Dec 20th  360  250
 Dec 20th - Jan 3rd  510  360

  Please note Short breaks are 4 nights Monday to Friday or 3 nights Friday to Monday

  Weekly breaks start on Mondays and Fridays