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B and Bs in Holme Pierrepont

Holme Grange Cottage
Holme Pierrepont
Nottinghamshire

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The House was built in 1892 as a pair of farmworkers cottages, part of Earl Manvers Holme Pierrepont Estate. The property was restored and converted into a single dwelling in 1984 by the present owners Jean and Colin Wightman, and retains many original features. There is a one acre garden with hard tennis court overlooking a lake, ideal for birdwatching. Attractive local walks, rowing, canoeing, sailing, white water rafting and cable water skiing at the National Water Sports Centre directly opposite. There is an Elizabethan Hall and 12th Century Church within walking distance.

The guest Dining/Lounge has a quarter size billiard table, books, games, TV and Video. TV and tea and coffee facilities are available in all rooms.

Breakfast of the guest's choice is cooked to order.

Nottingham City is 3.5 miles away

Free wifi

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Gold Stars; Highly Commended
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 1

Price per Person

Double: From 32
Twin: From 32
Single: From 36
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Children Welcome
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Throughout house
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected - AA
Tennis Court
TV in Rooms
Garden
Dogs/Pets Welcome - By prior arrangement

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