Set in the heart of a picturesque village, with cycling and walking almost on the doorstep, is this lovely detached studio for two.
This cottage is perfect for those seeking a break in Nottinghamshire, with plenty to see and do in and around the local area.
Tucked away next to the owner's home, with off-road parking for 1 car, access can be gained via Queen's Walk just off the main street.
The exterior promotes an idyllic situation, with creeper plants growing up the stone walls and plant pots decorating its borders.
Step inside and enjoy this all-in-one accommodation ideally laid out for a romantic couple.
The kitchen is readily prepared for making breakfast and picnic lunches, with a modern set of units and worktop.
Catch your rest on the chaise longue positioned adjacent and throw open the patio doors to enjoy the breeze from outside.
The en-suite shower room and double bed are well-presented, with dual-aspect windows drawing in the natural light.
Outside, the delights of the garden await you, with a couple of benches to sit out and enjoy a pleasant afternoon with a drink in hand.
Nether Langwith offers a historic mill and local amenities including a shop, chemist, pub and restaurant.
Situated between the Peak District National Park and Sherwood Forest, this region is well known for a wide variety of landscapes and walking opportunities including English Heritage and National Trust Sites.
If you fancy something a bit different, experience a day together learning how to cook or develop your existing skills at the Welbeck Artisan Food Academy.
There is also the Welbeck Abbey Brewery and the historic Portland Collection of fine and decorative art.
Enjoy this romantic bolthole in a charming region of England.
About the location
Bolsover 5 miles; Chesterfield 10 miles; Nottingham 24 miles.
Nether Langwith is a picturesque village situated in Nottinghamshire 10 miles east of Chesterfield. The village location is ideal for keen cyclists, with easy access onto the national cycle route which leads to local heritage sites such as Clumber Park and Sherwood Forest. Sherwood Forest is a must-see and was once a Royal Hunting Forest but nowadays its 450 acres is brimming with activities, events, flora and fauna, making it a great day out for everyone. The village of Nether Langwith offers local amenities including a shop, chemist, pub and restaurant. The village is home to the historic Langwith Mill which was built in 1760 and was a four-storey cotton mill powered by the nearby River Poulter. Situated between the Peak District National Park and Sherwood Forest, this region is well known for a wide variety of landscapes and fabulous walking opportunities including English Heritage and National Trust Sites. Places of interest such as Bolsover Castle, Chatsworth House, Hardwick Hall and Thoresby Hall are all within a short drive and there is plenty to see and do. For something different why not take a trip to the Welbeck Artisan Food Academy for a great day learning how to cook or even develop your existing skills. Alternatively you can head over to the Harley Gallery to view the exhibitions on offer or visit Welbeck’s historic Portland Collection of fine and decorative art which has been amassed over centuries by the Dukes of Portland and their families.