A delightful annexe set next to the owner’s home, located in Overseal in the National Forest and close to the family-friendly outdoor adventure centre, Conkers.
Warm and welcoming throughout, providing some lovely accommodation, this cottage makes the perfect holiday retreat for a family or small group of friends wishing to explore this beautiful part of the Derbyshire countryside.
This cottage features two comfortable bedrooms and a ground floor modern family bathroom.
A well-equipped kitchen, cosy sitting room and a dining room make a perfect place to sit and enjoy a leisurely meal and plan activities for the days to follow.
Outside the cottage there is a pretty patio area with seating to enjoy some alfresco dining and a lovely summerhouse and paddock to view the beautiful, rural surroundings.
The village of Overseal is full of history and has a good choice of pubs, eating places and shops, and offers miles of superb walks straight from the doorstep.
The historic town of Ashby-de-la-Zouch is just a short drive away.
Within easy reach is a fabulous array of attractions to enjoy, including Twycross Zoo, Tutbury Castle, Sealwood Vineyard, Calke Abbey, Catton Park and the fascinating National Forest.
With so much to see and do you will be spoilt for choice, no matter when you choose to visit.
Over two floors. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room with electric fire. Sitting room.
About the location
Burton upon Trent 7.5 miles; Tamworth 11 miles.
Overseal is a bustling little village in the heart of the National Forest, located in south Derbyshire, within easy reach of the picturesque Derbyshire Dales. With a number of pubs and shops, Overseal is very close to many chocolate box villages and interesting towns. 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. Overseal is a good touring base, with Twycross Zoo, Drayton Manor, Alton Towers, Belper, Matlock and Ashbourne within an easy reach, as well as Calke Abbey and the cathedral city of Lichfield 20 miles away.