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Bed and Breakfast in Market Rasen

Market Rasen is a bustling market town that is next to the River Rase and on the edge of the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds. It is home to the only racecourse in Lincolnshire, which attracts thousands of racegoers every year with the meetings that are held there. If you are looking to visit the smaller town, then make sure you stay in a bed and breakfast in Market Rasen for a relaxing getaway.

The village of Market Rasen has often been described as the ‘prettiest village in Lincolnshire’ and even features the oldest thatched pub in Lincolnshire, The King’s Head, which was built in 1367. There are plenty of historic buildings and features to explore, as well as many walking and cycling paths in the woodlands.

Our Picks for a Bed and Breakfast in Market Rasen

Choose a bed and breakfast in Market Rasen to enjoy a peaceful and relaxing break away from your busy lives.

Beechwood Guest House

You can be sure to receive genuine hospitality when you stay at the Beechwood Guest House. Set within a period style house on the outskirts of Market Rasen, the house still has its charm and character, making it perfect for a getaway.

Beechwood Guest House
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There are five rooms in total which are made up of twin, double and family rooms, all of which are pet friendly and come with the following features:

  • En-suite
  • TV with Freeview
  • Radio alarm clock
  • Tea and coffee making facilities

Beechwood Guest House know how to do breakfast right, with a range of foods and drink on offer. You can be sure to find the traditional full English breakfast on the menu as well.

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Wold Farm Cottage

Located in the small village of Binbrook, close to Market Rasen, is Wold Farm Cottage, a family run bed and breakfast that has a warm and friendly atmosphere. Wold Farm is the perfect place to stay if you wish to explore the countryside and nearby towns.

Wold Farm
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There are two rooms, one with twin beds and one with a double, for you to choose from and they come with the following features:

  • En-suite
  • Views of the garden
  • Hairdryer
  • TV
  • Radio alarm clock
  • Hospitality tray

As well as this there is also a self-contained apartment that can be for bed and breakfast, or even self-catering if you wish.

For breakfast you can choose from a variety of food and drink, either hot or cold, to get your day started right. You can expect to find items such as a full English breakfast and even smoked salmon with scrambled eggs.

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Hoe Hill House Bed and Breakfast

This peaceful bed and breakfast is only a ten-minute drive from Market Rasen, and is approximately 250 years old. The farm house has a lot of charm and you will often find homemade cakes, bread and yoghurt on the menu for breakfast.

Hoe Hill
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When you stay at this accommodation, you can choose one of three rooms, all of which have the following features:

  • En-suite
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Hairdryer
  • Rural views
  • Wi-Fi

There is plenty of off-road parking available and even a secure covering for motorcycles and bikes. If you would prefer not to have breakfast at the site, they can provide you with a packed lunch instead.

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Glebe Farm House

Offering four star guest accommodation, Glebe Farm House is as traditional as they come, and even offers self-catering in the converted Fiddledrill Barn. The town of Market Rasen isn’t far away and you can be sure that you will receive a warm and friendly country welcoming.

Glebe Farm
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The building itself dates back to 1702 and has three bedrooms for you to choose from, which come with either double or twin beds. They both have the following features:

  • TV
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Hair dryer
  • Trouser press
  • En-suite

Breakfast is served to guests in the elegantly furnished dining room and there is also a large private sitting room to utilise.

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