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Nether Langwith near Bolsover, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales (Ref. 989917)



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  • Sleeps 2

  • Bedrooms 1

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets No

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  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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17 Customer Reviews

  • "Tiny, but lovely, little cottage with dedicated parking space."

    We chose it for the convenience of places in the area we wished to visit. Great hospitality from our hosts. We arrived to find the fridge and cupboard stocked with milk, butter, cornflakes, bread, tea, coffee, sugar and even a packet of biscuits!! No need to bring washing up liquid or toiletries.They're already there.... And we were supplied with fresh towels and clean tea towel mid week..

    Reviewed by AnneJul 2022

  • "My husband and I enjoyed our extended stay and couldn't fault the hospitality of the owners, Pauline and Rod."

    They are very welcoming and laid back and are there if needed, or will allow privacy if preferred. Kissingate is an ideal location for sightseeing as there is so much to see and do. It is in a beautiful location, near the stream at the Jug and Glass where you can just sit and enjoy the world go by or enjoy a meal there. There are also nearby eateries that serve good food, including The Gate and the Lemon Tree. If you enjoy walking, this is the perfect base to explore the countryside along the Archaeological Way and Poulter Wood. You won't be disappointed!

    Reviewed by JulieMay 2022

  • "It is self contained but a little tiny for 2 people."

    The owners, Pauline & Rod made us feel very welcome. No cooker but managed with microwave and toaster. Overall a nice break from home.

    Reviewed by WilliamAug 2021

  • "Had a fabulous 2 weeks here."

    Pauline and Rod made us feel exceptionally welcome. Nothing was too much trouble. Though the cottage is small it is definitely adequate as a base to explore the surrounding area. we will definitely be back

    Reviewed by WendyJul 2021

  • "The owners did a fantastic job looking after us in many ways."

    Couldn't fault a thing. Everything exceeded our expectations and we had a really comfortable time. I'm sure they tinkered with the weather, as forecast was poor but was actually perfect. Will likely be up again next year to do the Outlaw Half Triathlon at Holme Pierrepont once again but quicker!

    Reviewed by GaryJun 2021

  • "Very nice and very clean cottage, very kind owner - Pauline, easy to go to Sherwood Forest, Bolsover Castle and Bakewell."

    Reviewed by MariaMay 2021

  • "The property was a little smaller than expected"

    Reviewed by AmandaMay 2021

  • "Very comfortable."

    Accurate description, everything you want or need . Owners nearby , nothing too much trouble Essential goodies waiting for us, home made jam too, Thankyou

    Reviewed by LynneApr 2021

  • "Excellent, comfortable, clean little bolt hole."

    Everything you need for a base to explore the local area. Rod and Pauline were welcoming and helpful. Would recommend and would definitely go back.

    Reviewed by LynnSep 2020

  • "Kissingate Cottage is a lovely little bolt hole which makes a very good base for touring the area."

    The cottage is clean, peaceful and perfect for a quiet getaway

    Reviewed by KathleenSep 2020

  • "Comfy bed, washing line would be useful and friendly owners."

    Reviewed by JoSep 2020

  • "A unique and pleasant holiday let situated in the owners back garden but private."

    Ideal for a single traveller like myself with everything you need .Pauline & Rod were brilliant hosts throughout , I had a wonderful time . All amenities local and a great base to travel around in this lovely part of the country everyone so welcoming.

    Reviewed by LesAug 2020

  • "Very close to all amenenities that we wanted to visit"

    Reviewed by IanAug 2020

  • "Very friendly owners who were there if I needed them but also gave me my space too."

    I loved the little cottage, well decorated throughout and everything provided that I needed. Lovely garden too.

    Reviewed by CarolineNov 2019

  • "Quiet "getaway" in a very pretty area."

    Hosts were very helpful and kind without intruding and the room was very clean with ensuite shower being easy to use. Pub a few minutes away serving food all day was very useful as I was on my own and felt comfortable enough to eat there.

    Reviewed by PatriciaJul 2019

  • "The cottage was a lovely cosy little place, perfect for the two of us for a weekend away."

    The village and surrounding area are beautiful, we enjoyed sitting down by the nearby river in the evenings. We had a great time away for a few days and would recommend this cottage to anyone!

    Reviewed by EdwardJun 2019

  • "This was a very brief few days and this cottage is perfect for one and cosy for two."

    The host is fabulous and could not be more helpful and knowledgable about the immediate area for day trips.

    Reviewed by JillianApr 2019

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  • All ground floor
  • Open plan studio room with 1 x double bed with kitchenette, sitting area and en-suite shower room with shower basin and WC.
  • Electric heating
  • Microwave, Foreman grill, slow cooker, fridge, toaster, kettle, TV, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Bike storage area
  • Off-road parking for 1 car
  • Small enclosed garden with lawn and benches
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 6 mins walk, pub 2 mins walk
  • Note: Property is not suitable for people with mobility issues or the infirm due to steps into property

The property

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.

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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.

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