Hill View Farmhouse located just outside the county of Rutland, England’s smallest county situated in the East Midlands unspoiled and charming.
The area is renowned for its beautiful Georgian stone-built market towns and villages. In fact, nearby Stamford was proclaimed by Sir Walter Scott as “The finest stone town in England”.
The Farmhouse itself is situated in 2 acres of land over looking open countryside with views towards a nature reserve.
With visitors having easy access to a variety of outdoor activities and events including Rutland Water with aqua park and beach (Western Europe’s largest man-made lake) horse riding, rock climbing, cycling, sailing, windsurfing, fishing, golf and bird watching. Rutland water, see activities
Hill View Farmhouse can be used for Wine Tasting and Fine Dinning.
A short drive from the property is Tolethorpe, the unique open-air theatre with its annual 13-week summer season of Shakespeare plays. Burghley House, a glorious Elizabethan mansion, plays host to the famous Burghley Horse trials held in September.
The farmhouse is also well placed for the lovely old town of Stamford (just 6 miles away) renowned for its historical, religious architectural heritage and boutique shops.
There are other delightful market towns to visit such as Oakham, Uppingham and Oundle, as well as many fascinating unspoiled villages.
For Celebration, Michelin Pub of the Year (2008), The Olive Branch, is in nearby Clipsham (advanced booking recommended) and excellent for a posh lunch en famille or a special evening out.
Stamford has a good night light scene with an abundance of restaurants and bars George of Stamford. The George of Stamford was – and still is – one of England’s greatest coaching inns. The George has distinctive style and ambiance that make it truly unique.