About the Rectory Guest House
A historic guest house surrounded by countryside
Set in the 3,000-acre South Ormsby Estate, the Massingberd-Mundy Rectory Guest House is surrounded by beautiful countryside views.
The rectory is located on Ormsby Ring, a short 15 minute walk away from South Ormsby village, the Massingberd Arms pub and South Ormsby Hall and nine miles south of Louth.
Set within a 3,000-acre country estate in the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
The Massingberd-Mundy Rectory Guest House is a 19th-century rectory that’s been lovingly restored and refurbished to offer luxurious visitor accommodation within the historic South Ormsby Estate.
Set within a 3,000-acre country estate in the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the rectory was built in 1849-1850 for The Reverend Francis Charles Massingberd.
Francis Massingberd was the vicar of nearby St Leonard’s Church in South Ormsby and a member of the family that owned the South Ormsby Estate for over 400 years.
With many original features of the building having been carefully restored, the Massingberd-Mundy Rectory Guest House has been thoughtfully decorated with antique and period furniture that’s in keeping with the building’s former purpose and the estate’s rich history.
Run by husband and wife, Tanya and Roy Murphy, the guest house offers a beautiful and peaceful place to stay while you enjoy one of England’s most beautiful rural landscapes.
Guests can enjoy spectacular views of the estate from their rooms, which are equipped with all the modern facilities one would expect from a luxury guest house, including en-suite bathrooms.
The rectory can also host events and a conference room is available.
Enjoy a peaceful and relaxing stay in the heart of a stunning country landscape at Massingberd-Mundy Rectory Guest House.