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B&B at Peacock Farmhouse
Bed and Breakfast: 6617


Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
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Pets Allowed:   Yes
Smoking Allowed:   No
Special Diets:   Yes
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    Peacock Farmhouse was built in the 18th Century and is situated in the beautiful Vale of Belvoir.

    Just a short walk to the picturesque village of Redmile with its two friendly traditional pubs.

    The famous Grantham canal is 150 yards away and Belvoir Castle is a two minute journey by car.

    The Vale of Belvoir is an area of outstanding natural beauty, walkers and cyclists are spoilt for choice.

    There are also many award winning pubs and restaurants in the nearby villages.

    The B&B offers three ground floor spacious rooms each with their own private access.

    Guests will be given their own key so that can come and go as they please during their stay.

    All three rooms have en-suite bathrooms,two rooms have king size beds (one king size rooms also has a single bed with space for a cot or z bed) and one room has a double bed.

    There is thermostatically controlled central heating in all the rooms.

    Each room has a remote control colour television and free wireless access.

    There are also a refrigerator, hairdryer, bathrobes, complimentary toiletries, complimentary fresh milk, chilled mineral water, a selection of teas, coffee, hot chocolate and biscuits.

    This property appears courtesy of ClickBedAndBreakfast.co.uk

    Pictures
    One of the rooms overlooking the garden
    One of the rooms overlooking the garden
    Peacock room
    Peacock room

    The Garden Room
    The Garden Room

    Pricing and Opening Times
    Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

    £60 midweek for double room.
    £65 Friday, Saturday and Sunday for double room.
    £70- £80 Family room.


    Facilities
    Rooms:
     
    Family Rooms:
     
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    Single Rooms:
     
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    Double Rooms:
     
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    Twin Rooms:
     
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    Pet Facilities: Pets are allowed. Only guide and support dogs.
    Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
    Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. vegetarian
    Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.

    Guest Book

    Directions
    From Nottingham to Bingham
    Exit the A52 at The Belvoir Inn turn right follow the signs for Redmile and Belvoir Castle.
    Our farmhouse is the third house on your left.
    As soon as you get over the bridge you will see Peacock Farmhouse (Peacock farmhouse is a white house with olive painted windows, we have a Yew Tree in the shape of a Peacock in the front garden) Approximately 2.5 miles after turning off the A52.

    From Melton Mowbray
    Take the A607 towards Grantham and follow the brown sign posts to Belvoir Castle.
    On arrival at Belvoir Castle visitors car park take the road directly opposite proceed downhill towards the village of Redmile. Go straight over "Redmile Crossing" through the village over the bridge and we are the second house on the right.
    Please note the first house on the right is my neighbours which is also a B&B. (Peacock Farmhouse is a white house with olive painted windows with a Yew Tree in the shape of a Peacock in the front garden)

    From Newark
    Take A1 south until turn off to Long Bennington.
    In Long Bennington take first turn at newsagents and then first left until the village of Bottesford.
    At elbow junction go straight on then bear left into Belvoir Road until you come to A52.
    Cross A52 taking road to Redmile.
    Turn left at Redmile Crossing through the village over the bridge and we are the second house on the right.

    Please note the first house on the right is my neighbours property which is also a B&B. We are a further 20 yards on the right. (Peacock Farmhouse is a white building with olive painted windows, with a Yew Tree in the front garden shaped as a Peacock).

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