About

The Barn Before Conversion

The Barn before its sympathetic conversion – Renovation work carried out by www.fairclear.co.uk of Sudbrooke, Lincoln Tel – 01522 595 189

The Old Dairy Barn is a beautifully newly converted Listed Grade 2 Listed Lincolnshire Limestone barn, a former milking parlour and granary dating from 1850 and is finished to a high standard incorporating old and contemporary features.

The barn stands in its own private courtyard, within the owner’s boundary,

 

Old Dairy Barn Lincoln

The Barn after the conversion



On arrival we offer you a ‘Select Lincolnshire’ complementary hamper containing  traditional local produce, Lincolnshire Plum Bread, real ales and cheeses and other delicious samples to welcome you to our area.

(Celebration packages are available at extra costs; these include champagne chocolates, flowers, etc please contact us for further information.)

We offer free wifi for all of our customers – please ask for the WiFi Access code on check in.

The Village of Ingham is located at the foot of the Western Scarp of the Lincolnshire Edge, known as The Cliff. Ingham has its origins in the Anglo-Saxon period around 500ad, also mentioned in the Doomsday Book, and is now a conservation village with several listed buildings

It also boasts the second largest village green in the county and has won many Best Kept Village Competition. It offers a general store & off licence, playing field Children’s park, a choice of two typical country pubs which serve locally brewed beers, and award winning home cooked food at the Inn on the Green which is a main Listing in the Good Pub Guide Recommended.

The area surrounding the village is open countryside with excellent walking routes www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/inghamwalk and has many local attraction including practice sessions by The Red Arrows at RAF Scampton 3 miles away famous for being the former home of the ‘Lancaster Bombers of the 617 Dambusters squadron and stop at the ‘Dambusters Inn’ in the village and enjoy the local beers.