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In the heart of the National Forest, this early 18th-century pub provides modern, cozily furnished rooms with free Wi-Fi. Excellent room facilities, very clean. Unfortunately hurt my ankle whilst visiting friends, the owner was fantastic suppling ice and more than happy to assist in any way possible. Like others have said the breakfast was huge and delicious.
Woodland View, Stylish, Eco serviced apartment! New Listing! Saltbox Properties is located in Woodville and offers a shared lounge. It was perfect for us a family and a great base for walking in the Peak District. Comfortable, well equipped, the luxury of 2 bathrooms (1 en-suite), and beautifully decorated. We also really appreciated the welcome treats and the property’s eco focus.
The Whimsy 2 bedroom cottage in National Forest, private parking & garden is located in Blackfordby, 12 miles from Donington Park, and has a patio, garden, and free WiFi. The property is in a lovely location, handy for the village and national forest. perfect for a walking holiday with everything you need on the doorstep. we enjoyed the enclosed garden and equipped kitchen. The host is very helpful, she sent us lots of info including walks and dog friendly restaurant recommendations.
Featuring a garden, Keppel Gate B&B - Silver Birch Ensuite Room offers accommodations in Overseal, 18 miles from Donington Park and 19 miles from Belfry Golf Club. Breakfast was exceptional and hot when served. bedroom was well above average service was the best ever experienced. in fact, Rob and Lisa gave us the best ever experience of any recommendation by Booking.Com in all the years we have used them. Ignore the rest, this was the best!!!
We found that everywhere we went during our stay everyone was extremely helpful and friendly . We went to a lovely garden centre. A nearby marina ate lovely food and everywhere was clean and tidy . Also had lovely evening meals at the Bull Head .
Swadlincote is a good centre for countryside and riverside walks. It is handy for Derby, Ashby de la Zouch, Leicester and especially Burton-on-Trent. Burton is an excellent shopping centre. There is a lovely park by the river. You can take a tour of the local Brewery and have a lovely lunch, or snack in the tap house. The National Memorial Arboretum is very close just off the A38, and should not be missed - a tranquil and beautiful setting for memorials, not only to the Armed Forces but also the Police, victims of the Twin Towers, and many others.
The village is a typical Derbyshire /Leicestershire village nothing to write home about. We arrived very late evening and managed to find a local Indian Restaurant servin* food which was excellent. Their are no distinguishing feature about the village. However, the owners of The Bull made us feel very at home. A quiet place to stay if you have something else to go to as part of your stay. Saturday evening in the Pub was busy and the restaurant full, all guests seemed to be regular guests. A good sign of good host(s).
There are a few gems around like Asby (full of history) and the local reservoir but best time to go is on a sunny day, as you could easily spend a whole day there. Also on the main high street is The Jennings Room, a little tea room great for a bit to eat, cocktails and the staff are so friendly.