Places to stay

Cosy up with a book © National Trust

Cosy up with a book

Our holiday cottages

Did you know that Calke has five holiday cottages dotted around the Estate?

Whether you want a romantic break or a larger gathering for friends and family, we can accommodate your needs. Our cottages sleep 2 - 14 people in historic houses with stunning views.

You can also enjoy free admission to Calke during your stay.

Wicket Nook

This cottage was built in 1830 and used to belong to the gamekeeper. It is situated on a quiet no-through road in an elevated position with stunning views over the Calke Estate. Sleeps 4.

Ticknall Lodge

Ticknall Lodge was built in 1806 and sits at the main entrance to the Calke Abbey Estate. It is a Grade II listed building that has been refurbished with plenty of character. Sleeps 3.

Heath End Lodge

Heath End Lodge was also built in 1806 and is a Grade II listed building. It was formerly a gate lodge to the southern entrance to the Calke Abbey Estate. Sleeps 3.

Southwood House

Southwood House Farm is an 18th-century brick farmhouse on the south side of the Estate. Formerly a dairy farm it has plenty of history. Sleeps 14.

Thatch Cottage

 This beautiful thatched cottage is right on the edge of the Calke Estate. It is newly available as a holiday cottage. Sleeps 6.

How to book

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