White Horse Holiday Cottage
To the home of White Horse Holiday Cottage in Sherwood Forest. A delightful and charming three bedroom detached period property set amid the historic Sherwood Forest. Formerly an inn many years ago, the cottage has a wealth of character with beamed ceilings, exposed wood, open fireplaces and a cottage garden making for a great place to have a holiday with lots to see and do in the area.
Sleeping 6 in comfort, the cottage nestles with the other houses in Wellow, set around the green and its famous maypole, which is still used each year.
Having been fully refurbished to a high standard with all modern comforts, come and make the most of Nottinghamshire and all there is to do with an enjoyable break at your own pace, at White Horse Holiday Cottage in Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire.
Feedback from a recent guest - Many thanks for a great weekend at White Horse Cottage. We are both well travelled particularly in the UK and can honestly say that this is one of the best cottages that we have stayed in. the space, design and thought that has been put into the refurbishment is really first class.
White Horse Holiday Cottage we believe dates back to the 17th century and was once a local inn. The property welcomes you with beamed ceilings, open fireplaces and years of history in the famous Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire.
The holiday cottage has been recently refurbished in 2010 providing excellent fully equipped self catering accommodation with all modern comforts, offering:
A lounge with beams, exposed brick fireplace and log burner. Family room with a beamed ceiling and a roaring fireplace, a spacious kitchen and dining area with a fully equipped kitchen. A downstairs shower room and a sauna for relaxing. Upstairs are three bedrooms each sleeping two people in comfort. a luxury four piece bathroom suite with separate shower cubicle and roll top bath. Central heating through out is included in the price. The cottage has its own gardens with a lawn, garden furniture, garage and secure storage for bicycles. There are two inns at the heart of the village green for relaxing and enjoying a local ale and food.
There’s lots to see and do during your stay with us in Sherwood Forest
White Horse Cottage is near to the centre of the world famous Sherwood Forest and the Major Oak. Walk through the forest and experience the Major Oak. Go in search of Robin Hood, visit the famous Major Oak and ancient forest. The rolling countryside all around is interspersed with traditional English villages offering a variety of walks and many cycling routes.
there's plenty to see and do with the famous estates of Rufford and Clumber Park offering acres of space to enjoy walks and cycling. Fancy getting the adrenaline going then head to Sherwood Pines to take on the Go Ape 'High Wire' tree top adventure or experience the thrill of off road biking. Nottinghamshire is becoming famous for its locally produced food and cuisine, make the most of it and sample local produce at farmers markets or enjoy it at a variety of restaurants and pubs.
There is a golf club and fishing lake next to the village to spend a relaxing afternoon. If you enjoy stately homes then you are spoilt for choice in Nottinghamshire with the impressive Thoresby Hall, Newstead Abbey, home of the famous poet Lord Byron and Hardwick Hall the former residence of Bess of Hardwick.
Take time out to wander round the city of Nottingham to experience a vibrant atmosphere in one of the UKs top shopping destinations offering everything from individual shops to high street favourites, a variety of fine dining restaurants and eateries as well as theatres make for a great night out.
The market town of Newark is close by, famous for its antiques, Saturday market and old buildings. Why not take a boat trip along the River Trent and finish by relaxing in one of the river side cafes?
The historic town of Southwell famous for its Bramley Apple, race course and Norman Minster is worthy of a visit. There are a variety of fine shops, tearooms and restaurants. Discover the array of old buildings, hidden alleyways, coaching inns and the Workhouse.
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This page was last updated: 15 March 2017