BE OUR GUEST AT MOLECEY HOUSE
A local landmark on the Stamford Road, Molecey House and Mill have provided food and power to local people since the time of the Domesday book.
In his book on Lincolnshire Pevsner identified the three bay late Georgian house from the outside by its “handsome four column Tuscan Doric porch.”
The house is startling in its simple beauty as you drive round a bend on the road from Stamford.
Calm water, great trees and Georgian elegance form a sudden never-to-be forgotten picture in the mind and as one’s car hurtles by the scene encourages the application of a sharp foot to your brake pedal, reverse, and took a closer look at what must be one of the most delightful homes in Eastern England.
Today it welcomes guests to its 20 acres and 6 bedrooms for a never to be forgotten place to escape and relax.