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The Lacemakers Cottage
Property: 8266 Nottinghamshire

The Lacemakers Cottage - The Lacemakers Cottage

Sleeps: 6
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No

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  • Historically significant lace cottage
  • Nottingham City & Sherwood Forest

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Built c1760 and a former frameknitter's cottage, The Lacemakers Cottage is a Nottinghamshire holiday cottage ideally located between Nottingham, Southwell and Sherwood Forest. Combining country charm with city convenience, The Lacemakers Cottage offers fantastically flexible self catering accommodation for 2 - 6* people.

A charming and historic Nottinghamshire self catering holiday cottage, The Lacemakers Cottage provides a beautiful, calm, country base to explore Sherwood Forest, Southwell, Newark, Nottinghamshire, Rutland and Leicestershire yet is only 15 minutes drive from the centre of Nottingham.

Decorated and furnished to a high standard, yet retaining a genuine down-to-earth country cottage feel, The Lacemakers Cottage has all modern conveniences and a 'rustic chic' feel. It offers self catering holiday or short stay accommodation that you will feel really at home in.

*Please note the double attic bedroom is accessed via a steep stair through one of the other double bedrooms.

This property appears courtesy of ClickHolidayCottages.co.uk

The Living Room
The Living Room
The Kitchen - seats 8
The Kitchen - seats 8
The Patio
The Patio
The Living Room
The Living Room

Accommodation & Facilities

Sleeps: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Cot Available: No

Pets Allowed: No. 
Smoking Allowed: No. 

Linen Provided: Yes. Fresh white sheets and duvets changed weekly (if staying longer than 1 week) More frequently by arrangement. Towels supplied on request £3 each. Towels supplied on request £3 each

Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Gas

Open Fire: Yes.  Fuel type: Coal

Disabled Facilities: No. 

Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Front and rear garden. Patio and BBQ area. Hard standing for 2 average sized cars.

Local Services: Charming village with station, bus links, 3 pubs, cafe, gift shops, post office, Co-op, garden centre, great charity shop, 3 churches, barber shop, river and country walks

Standard Rates

All seasons:

Friday - Monday £225.00.

Monday - Friday £225.00.

Full Week £400.

Discounts are occasionally available for late bookings. Please phone or text to request details.

If only two people wish to rent the cottage sharing the master bedroom, a reduction can be arranged to reflect the servicing savings of closing off the other two bedrooms.


By Car:
Approaching Burton Joyce on the A612 from Nottingham turn left into Main Street (just after the first small shop and opposite to the barbers shop) Turn second left into Lambley Lane. After the church you will pass 3 houses. Turn right into the private road with the row of Rose Cottages.

Approaching from the opposite direction:
Turn right into Lambley Lane (after the church and just before the barbers shop on the left). Cross Main Street and continue up Lambley Lane. After the church you will pass 3 houses. Turn right into the private road with the row of Rose Cottages.

By Train and foot:
It is a less than 10 minute walk from the station. Walk along Station Road away from the river until you reach the Barbers shop on your left (2 mins). Coss the A612 onto Main Street. Turn second left into Lambley Lane. After the church you will pass 3 houses. Turn right into the private road with the row of Rose Cottages.(5 minutes)

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