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Cherry Lodge

Newark-on-Trent, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales (Ref. 1044282)


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  • Sleeps 5

  • Bedrooms 3

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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  • Off road parking
  • Garden / Patio
  • Highchair available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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14 Customer Reviews

  • "What a little gem!"

    This home exceeded our expectations. It was in a excellent location within walking distance of a beautiful park, co-op and the town centre. The home was clean and the extra touches like luxury handwash and drink station were highly appreciated! The beds were so comfy and spacious the conservatory eating space was a lovely addition, we are very much planning to visit again.

    Reviewed by IsobelApr 2022

  • "We had such a nice stay, everything was great, and was so quiet compared to what we’re used to in London!"

    Great facilities, and we loved eating breakfast together in the conservatory in the sun (not quite warm enough to sit outside yet). Really easy location, within walking distance to the centre and local amenities. The only tiny issue was the single bedroom, the duvet cover was too small for the duvet, so it was lumpy/uncomfortable to sleep with.

    Reviewed by EmmaMar 2022

  • "Very happy with Cherry Lodge."

    Clean, comfortable and well equipped. We would certainly return. Devon and Sconce Park very good for dog walking.

    Reviewed by SueMar 2022

  • "This was the second time we have stayed at Cherry Lodge and hope to go back again later this year."

    The accommodation is very good and would recommend it to anyone. We use it as a base for fishing the river Trent as we are members of the Nottingham Piscatorials.

    Reviewed by BrianMar 2022

  • "We enjoyed our stay at cherry lodge all amenities were in walking distance plenty of places to walk the dog."

    The garden was perfect for our dog. Over all very good hope to visit again in the future

    Reviewed by NeilFeb 2022

  • "Lovely cottage, only issue was the fact that heating turned off during the day, when the cottage became very cold and seemed to go on at night or early hours of the morning."

    Thank you for making us aware of this. It appears a previous guest had changed the settings on the thermostat. It is now set, as it always should be, to a simple temperature control function. Property Owner

    Reviewed by FrederickNov 2021

  • "A lovrlt vottage jn a grest locstion."

    Kitchen was well equipped but could do with a measuring jug. For some reason there were no shelves in the fridge which made storing essentials in the fridge quite difficult.

    Unfortunately the shelf in the fridge was broken during the clean immediately prior to your visit. I had no way of letting you know as the contact phone number that I was given for you was your home telephone number. I have ordered two new shelves for the fridge which will be put in place before the next guests arrive. If I had had your mobile phone number I would, of course, have let you know about this issue. I do hope that this inconvenience did not affect your stay to much. Property Owner

    Reviewed by HelenNov 2021

  • "Very well kept property, in a quiet residential street."

    Easy walk into town and a nice park nearby. Property is clean and comfortable.

    Reviewed by TonyAug 2021

  • "First time in the Newark-on-Trent area."

    Quaint little town with some decent cafés and pubs. Would recommend The Prince Rupert for a quirky menu and good beer. Easy to get to Lincoln, Nottingham and just an hour and 20 minutes to Skegness. The cottage is situated close to the town centre and a few eateries round and about. There is a decent co-op 3 minutes walk away.

    Reviewed by GlennMay 2021

  • "We were only there two days when a very large contingent of heavy plant machinery turned up 30 feet from the property."

    The noise from 7.45am went on till 5pm. It was horrendous, even the property was vibrating. I called the owner who said there was to be minimal disturbance but quite the opposite. She was lovely about it and offered us 4 days later on but YOU as the agent should be held responsible for the lack of info to the customer, we would never have visited the property.

    Reviewed by PhilipApr 2021

  • "A great location with easy walking access to Newark, superfast wifi, and all the facilities on hand for a great holiday or weekend break."

    Reviewed by IanMar 2021

  • "Perfect location and dog friendly too."

    very clean and had everything we needed. Newark is a lovely place to visit and not too far to visit sherwood forest. on the house maybe curtains would be nice at the windows just to make it a little more homely but beds were very comfortable and house had everything we needed so thank you would definitely go back

    Reviewed by WendySep 2020

  • "Cherry Lodge was near to the centre of Newark on Trent attractions, a pleasant walk to the lock & Castle & the shops."

    A lovely park was a few minutes walk which was great to give our dogs a run. There were plenty of extras in the home.The beds were very comfortable . It was a very interesting shingle garden. It was a most enjoyable week away

    Reviewed by JoanSep 2020

  • "A lovely home from home , tucked away yet convenient for the town centre."

    Owners approachable, helpful and thoughtful

    Reviewed by JenniferAug 2020

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  • Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x single
  • Cloakroom with basin and WC
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Sitting room
  • Conservatory with dining seating
  • Gas central heating
  • Electric range cooker with gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, WiFi and a selection of books and games
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Highchair available
  • Off-road parking for two cars
  • Rear decking and gravel garden with garden furniture
  • Pet-friendly
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 0.2 miles, pub 0.4 miles, town centre a six minute walk Please NOTE: There are new dwellings being built close-by which may cause some disruption Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm
  • End of May will be construction so noise will be kept to a minimum
  • Due for completion end of June 2021
  • Please note: This property only accepts bookings of three nights or more.

The property

Sitting close to the centre of the historic market town of Newark-on-Trent, Cherry Lodge is perfectly placed for a group of up to five seeking an action-packed adventure.

whether you are visiting as a family or group of friends, this homely abode is sure to be a welcoming base you will want to return to.

Enter the hallway and make yourself at home within the eclectically styled sitting room, hosting traditional art decor throughout, this comfortable room is the perfect spot to spend your evenings in front of the television or curled up with a book.

Moving towards the rear of the property you will find the kitchen/diner, a bright and inviting spot where you can sit around the central table as the aroma of your favourite foods fill the room, lovingly prepared with the assistance of the impressive range cooker.

Leading on from the kitchen area is the bright and airy conservatory, equipped with dining seating so that you can enjoy your mealtimes in a more relaxed environment, during the summer months be sure to make the most of the outdoor area and dine alfresco on your own private decking in the enclosed, Mediterranean-style gravel garden.

At the end of each day you can find three bedrooms up on the first floor, consisting of two doubles and a single room, each offering ample storage space and a snug setting to rest your head.

Sitting close to the centre of Newark-on-Trent you can find a wide range of fantastic restaurants, bars, entertainments and attractions just a short stroll away, whether you're seeking a riverside eatery for a special occasion by the beautiful River Trent, or looking to discover the rich history of the area with a stroll along the Nottinghamshire Civil War Trail and through the gardens of the Newark Castle ruins; there's something here to entertain every guest.

Other town centre attractions include the National Civil War Museum, the charming Palace Theatre, a Reel Cinema and a ten-pin bowling alley.

For an outdoor experience surrounded by natural beauty you can venture into the Sconce and Devon Park, explore the historic Civil War earthworks and take a stroll along the peaceful Devon river walk leading to the picturesque Fandon Marina or visit Beacon Hill Conservation Park where you will be greeted by a plethora of wildlife in this tranquil setting.

If you want to venture just little further afield visit the exciting cosmopolitan city of Nottingham or take a scenic car journey over to the medieval city of Lincoln, famed for its 11th-century Gothic cathedral containing an original copy of the Magna Carta, here you can roam the quaint cobbled streets of Steep Hill and discover 12th-century homes, learn about the local history in the Museum of Lincolnshire Life, take in the Roman Newport Arch and visit Lincoln Castle, newark sits on the edge of Sherwood Forest, including the famous Major Oak and the home of Lord Byron at Newstead Abbey, the town is within easy reach for a daytrip to the dramatic peak district and the beautiful Lincolnshire coast.

To venture further afield Newark is situated on the East Coast Mainline railway just an hour and twenty minutes from London or Northwards to York.

Surrounded by wonder, Cherry Lodge is the perfect holiday home for your trip to Nottinghamshire.

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About the location


Southwell 8.8 miles; Lincoln 19 miles; Nottingham 20.9 miles

Newark-on-Trent, commonly known as 'Newark', is a market town and civil parish sitting within the Newark and Sherwood district of Nottinghamshire. Resting amongst the River Trent and the important Roman road of Fosse Way, it offers its visitors plenty to explore. Growing around the historic Newark Castle, which is now ruins that boast picturesque gardens, and a bustling marketplace, the town is now lined with a plethora of historic buildings waiting to be discovered. At the centre of the town you can find a wealth of historic wonders, enjoy a refreshing beverage in The Queen's Head, one of the oldest pubs in the town, or marvel at the tallest church in the county; The Church of St. Mary Magdalene, a Grade I listed building notable for its tower and octagonal spire, it's just one of many architectural delights in the town. With a rich history surrounding the English Civil War, the Nottinghamshire Civil War Trail is well-worth exploring if you're seeking the main spots relating to this key period in history, or spend a day in the Newark Museum to see diverse exhibits of this period up close. Besides its enticing history, the town also offers a plethora of shops and eateries where you can while away the hours, offering all kinds of cuisines to cater for every taste, or for those seeking an outdoor experience, be sure to venture into the Beacon Hill Conservation Park, a wonderfully peaceful park with plenty of wildlife and scenic settings to explore, it makes a lovely day out for all. Nearby Nottingham is well-worth visiting to discover its legend of Robin Hood, home to ancient caves, the National Justice Museum with its spooky ghost tours, the spectacular Wollaton Hall, Gardens and Deer Park, there's plenty here to keep all ages entertained. In easy reach of Lincoln, Boston and Grantham too, all offering their own unique experiences, Neward-on-Trent is the ultimate base from which to explore Nottinghamshire.

Region Information

Please NOTE: There are new dwellings being built close-by which may cause some disruption Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm . End of May will be construction only so noise will be kept to a minimum. Due for completion end of July 2021.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas
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