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Redbrick Woodland Lodges, Nottinghamshire
Redbrick Woodland Lodges are a selection of excellent log cabins nestled in lovely, tranquil woodland with its own small lake in the grounds of an impressive 19th century house. With easy access to the wealth of beauty and hisotric sights this gorgeous region to offer, the lodges make a perfect base for a rural retreat.
They have all been designed with utmost luxury in mind, and artfully combine rustic log cabin romance with state of the art amenities. While the park itself provides plenty of convenient facilities and entertainmeant, including a restaurant, bar and BBQ*. There is also Wi-Fi acces in the bar area.
(Barbecue – Apr 1-Sep 30. All other facilities available for all dates. *Charges apply)
Redbrick Woodland Lodges accommodation
Choose from a selection of stunniny, traditional log cabins and lodges, all overlooking a small lake. Spacious and bright, the lodges provide sumptuous welcoming accommodation that really makes the most of the lovely surroundings. Each property benefits from its own decking or patio are, complete with fabulous hot tub. These secluded sun traps are a real touch of heaven. What better way to unwind and take the weight off your feet as you bask in the tranquil surroundings?
Inside, most lodges have traditional wood burning stoves, which add a lovely rustic feel, as well as creating a delightful, cosy atmosphere on chilly evenings (except Chestnut Cabin).
General amenities include: a flat screen TV with Freeview/DVD player, and a CD player and iPod docking station. There is also a Wi-Fi connection, so guests have plenty to entertain them even on rainy days.
Rent includes bed linen, duvets and towels, in addition to gas and electricity.
Pets £25pw (max 2 in Moshannan Lodge) (max 1 in Chestnut Cabin only).
All non smoking accommodation.
Pamper pack for couples – Champagne, fresh flowers, use of luxury bathrobes and chocolates – £95 per pack.
(Order and pay for prior to arrival).
Redbrick Woodland Lodges surrounding area
This mystical, beautiful area of the country is famous for its ancient, mythical history. Steeped in legend, this is a landscape of lush forest, bustling market towns and quaint, ancient villages. Of course you simply cannot visit the region and not head to world-famous Sherwood Forest, home of Robin Hood. Wander through dappled sunlight as you discover the ancient woodland. To explore the area on bike, you can cycle through lovely woodland beside the Derwent and Ladybower reservoirs. Or the Middleton Top Trail is an impressive, 17.5 mile, traffic free track that takes you through a variety of scenery.
Elsewhere, the Crooked Spire Church in Chesterfield is a wonderful little gem of history. It has been a place of worship for 800 years, and offers a beautiful insight into the rich heritage of the region.
And of course the vibrant city of Nottingham is a real must-visit. Boasting its own fascinating history, and plenty of excellent shops, bars, restaurants, and everything you need for a night on the town.