Stepping into this beautiful semi-detached property is like stepping back in time, and the gardens are its crowning glory.
Situated on the outskirts of Carlton-in-Lindrick, Pringles Orchard is an excellent base for touring Lincolnshire and the Peak District.
The cottage has three bedrooms on the first floor, including a double room, a single room and a family bedroom housing both a double and a single bed, making it perfect for groups of friends and families.
A staircase leads upstairs to a second floor attic room, with an additional futon bed and a sloping ceiling.
There is also a bathroom with a freestanding bath and separate shower, a kitchen and a conservatory.
The formal dining room is the perfect place to host a family meal, followed by a cosy chatter around the woodburning stove in the sitting room.
From the patio at the back of the cottage, the verdant lawn leads delightfully to a pond strewn with water lilies.
The garden continues to enchant with an orchard, a stream, a wild garden and secluded areas that are perfect for whiling away the hours with a good book, or capturing the perfection onto canvas!
The village of Carlton-in-Lindrick is close to Sherwood Forest and Clumber Park, both fantastic locations for a day out and picnicking in the sunshine.
You can also easily visit the Peak District National Park, and Sheffield is 18 miles away, while the city of Lincoln is just under an hour’s drive away, perfect for a shopping day or history, with a visit to Lincoln Castle.
There are many wonderful things to see and to do nearby, making this fabulous cottage a wonderful holiday destination for all!
About the location
Worksop 3 miles; Tickhill 6 miles; Sherwood Frest 13 miles; Lincoln 33 miles.
Carlton-in-Lindrick is a village in Nottinghamshire, approximately three miles north of Worksop. The village has a selection of shops and pubs, including the Blue Bell and the Grey Horses Inn, so you have all the essentials on hand for your time away. Featured in the Domesday Book, the village has links to Saxon times and the local church bears testament to this. The 'Devil Stone' stands outside the church and is the subject of many local legends. Apart from the usual village craftsmen, Carlton-in-Lindrick had a bike making and repairing business, built up by Mr Fred Hanstock. It eventually became Carlton Cycles, until it was taken over by Raleigh. The village is a wonderful base for exploring the surrounding countryside, situated a short drive from the Peak District National Park and less than half an hour from Sherwood Forest and Clumber Park. The 450-acre Sherwood Forest was once a royal hunting forest and home to the legendary outlaw, Robin Hood. Now, it is home to some of the oldest trees in Europe and a wonderful destination for a family day out, woven with marked trails suitable for all ages, and filled with an abundant variety of birdlife. The National Trust’s Clumber Park is set over 3800 acres and was once the country estate of the Duke of Nottinghamshire. Hire a bike, enjoy a leisurely stroll, or visit the Discovery Centre to learn about the variety of wildlife that call this scenic stretch of park, heath and woodland home. There are also a selection of cafes on the site, as well as a gift shop, a plant shop and a second hand bookshop. With such wonderful things to see and do in this delightful slice of the country, Carlton-in-Lindrick is perfect for a holiday at any time of year.