Situated at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds area of outstanding natural beauty, this unique B&B and campsite is bursting with character and consists of two large and modern rooms that have been created out of former cattle barns.
Little Owls is an ideal base for walkers, with easy access to The Viking Way and many magnificent views. This region is also a cycling haven and provides a convenient stop-off for cyclists using the Hull - Harwich cycle route.
The Little Owls is set within 12 acres of lawns and paddocks, which are teaming with wildlife including many owls. It's difficult not to feel relaxed as you soak up the fresh air and views of this stunning setting.
Situated at North Owersby in a quiet rural area, we are approx. 12 miles from junction 4 of the M180 Motorway, 3 miles off the A46 between Market Rasen & Caistor, and within easy reach of the Lincolnshire Wolds. Hall Farm Park for a day out with the children is just down the road. We are close to Market Rasen Racecourse and Lincolnshire County Showground both with many events, Humberside Airport and Motorway links - in fact, an idea base to explore this delightful County.
Little Owls makes a fine base for exploring the Lincolnshire Wolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty - Here are a few suggestions to get you started...For those who enjoy wildlife, walking or cycling through the Lincolnshire countryside can be very rewarding - go on, give the car a miss and take time to soak up some of the atmosphere of calm & tranquility. If you are not feeling quite as energetic, then there are still many interesting options left... Market Rasen, with it's well known racecourse is close by, and a little further on to Lincoln, with it's impressive Cathedral, Castle & Museums.
Heading North brings you to Cleethorpes, a seaside town in the 'Old Style' plenty of Sun, Sea & Sand... not forgetting the Fish & Chips or Candy Floss! Then Grimsby, renowned for it's fish, and the National Fishing Heritage Centre. If Antiques and Collectables are your thing, then Horncastle is the place to be, rightly called 'Lincolnshire's Premier Antiques Town' you can hardly walk down a street there without passing at least one Antique shop! The whole County is steeped in History, with a wealth of Churches, interesting pubs and picturesque villages - and of course a very warm welcome!