Swadlincote 1.5 miles.
This beautifully presented and cosy semi-detached bungalow is in the town of Newhall, near Swadlincote and is perfect for a couple looking for a comfortable base to explore the many attractions of South Derbyshire.
The bedroom is tastefully furnished and offers plenty of natural light while the kitchen is modern and well equipped with a breakfast bar, ideal for a quick power breakfast in preparation for the day’s adventures.
The sitting room is finished with contemporary furniture and soft furnishings and there is a sofa bed for extra flexibility.
With the shower being a luxurious wet room and all other rooms on one level, the cottage may be suitable for those with limited mobility.
The entrance is enclosed by a conservatory which is a nice place to sit and enjoy lots of natural light while being protected from the elements.
The conservatory opens out to a sheltered and enclosed patio and garden with furniture ideal for dining alfresco.
Whether heritage, fine-dining and real ale, shopping or walking is your thing, there’s plenty to choose from all within easy reach.
You may choose to find the tree where Charles II hid from the roundheads, visit a zoo or even enjoy a day skiing!
A great year-round place to relax or an ideal base camp for exploration.
All ground floor. One double bedroom. Wet room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar. Sitting room with sofa bed, electric fire and dining area.
About the location
Burton upon Trent 5.7 miles; Derby 14.7 miles; Ashbourne 26.3 miles; Matlock 34.1 miles.
Swadlincote is a bustling town with a lovely outdoor market and independent shops. There are plenty of places to eat and drink, from village tea rooms to award-winning restaurants. You can eat alongside a canal, in the countryside or even in an Alpine ski lodge! Nearby Burton upon Trent is a town straddling the River Trent, made famous by its breweries and with The National Brewery Centre interactive museum close by, you can sample some of the many award-winning ales and learn a thing or two about the brewing process. The village is full of history from the reign of Henry III and there stands a lovely church with an oak tree that is said to have hidden Charles II in his escape from the Roundheads! There are many historic sites and places of interest such as Tutbury Castle, the Old Marina and Claymills Pumping Station. Swadlincote is a good touring base, with Twycross Zoo, Drayton Manor, Belper, Matlock and Ashbourne within easy reach as well as Calke Abbey. Being in the heart of the National Forest there are miles of country walks to enjoy.