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The Old Orchard Cottage


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Experience one of the very best that Nottinghamshire has to offer with a visit to "Browns" Award Winning Bed and Breakfast, situated in the picturesque hamlet of Holbeck, which is a tiny rural hamlet of only 12 houses, most of which were built at around the same time as The Old Orchard Cottage in 1730. It is situated on the Welbeck Country Estate, which is the ancestoral home of the Dukes of Portland, and is 7 miles from Sherwood Forest and 24 miles from the city of Nottingham.

The three ensuite garden rooms are stylishly decorated to exceptionally high standards, all three have four poster beds, with wonderful finishing touches, including fresh flowers. Each en suite centrally heated room offers maximum privacy, and include flat screen tv's with built in DVD player and FREEVIEW, radio, hairdryer and hospitality tray.

Breakfasts at "Browns" is served in the elegant dining room of the cottage overlooking the garden, where an occasional pheasant completes the peaceful setting.

Holder of The Best B&B in the 2003 Heart of England Tourism Award.
As featured in The Sunday Times, Travel, Newspaper on 18th April, 2004 for Excellence in England Awards.
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Ratings/Awards: ETC/Visit Britain 5 Stars, Gold Award
AA 5 Stars
ETC, National Accessible Scheme, Mobility Level 1
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Room:

Double: 74 - 84
Single: 57 to 65
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