Goose Nest House: Luxury Lakeside Holiday Home Free Onsite Spa
Goose Nest House is a family-owned, five bedroomed house sleeping 10 (8 adults, 2 children and room for up to three travel cots).
The house has 'reverse' living with an oak-floored, vaulted ceiling open-plan living room and wall to wall glass sliding doors opening onto a glass-fronted balcony overlooking the lake.
All adult bedrooms have modern, solid maplewood beds with luxury mattresses. Each bed is fitted with Egyptian cotton linen and the modern bathrooms, with power showers, have hotel-standard fluffy white towels.
The large, modern kitchen is fitted with a five hob, double oven, microwave, full-height fridge-freezer and the all-important dishwasher. A separate utility rooms with washer-dryer and room for storage.
The house is designed with children in mind - though is discrete enough not to intrude if you are wanting a break for adults only. The specially-designed small child's bedroom has a small, low child's bed with integrated barrier, a child's table and chairs and can fit the travel cot. As well as a high chair, travel cot, children's cutlery and plates, we have a toy box, children's books and DVDs, steriliser, bottle warmer, baby and toddler carriers.
The award-winning Lower Mill Estate is a gated Estate of luxury second homes. Clearwater Village has modern properties around three lakes. The Estate has seven lakes in total and 3 rivers running through it offering plenty of walks, fishing and boating for the active holiday maker.
The luxury £6 million ArtSpa is included in your rental price and is available only to residents and guest of Clearwater Village. It boasts three swimming pools (20m indoor and outdoor heated pool plus the eco pool), sauna, steam room, gym and outside tennis court. The spa also offers over 50 pampering treatments from relaxing massages to a three hour luxury head to toe package (extra).
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This page was last updated: 13 November 2012