Places to stay
A traditional stone lodge built in 1790 as part of the Newark Estate, set in spectacular countryside with lovely views. This is the perfect cottage for walking, bird watching or just complete peace. There's a large terraced garden to the rear of the lodge with a small front garden.
(Closed in October and November)
Originally the home of the late John Workman OBE who owned the Ebworth Estate and was the National Trust's forestry adviser in the 1970s, the cottage is surrounded by deciduous woodland which is a National Nature Reserve and is also an example of some of the finest beech trees grown for timber in the country.
This cosy, comfortable cottage stands in a quiet location in the corner of this hamlet of nine cottages surrounding the green. This intriguing and unusual holiday home combines the hustle and bustle of Bristol life whilst being located within a peaceful haven.
Local tourist information links
The official guide to the Cotswolds.
A thriving little town, a stone's throw from Newark.
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England's most complete Regency town.
Plan your trip to this historic city.
The official tourism website for the City of Bath.
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