View towards the property and surrounding countryside
Enjoy relaxing by the woodburner in the lounge area
Dining area
Kitchen area with bespoke kitchen units
Double bedroom
Attention to detail
Shower room
Twin bedroom
D H Lawrence country
View towards the property
Tearoom onsite
Enjoy wondering around the grounds
1 / 12  View towards the property and surrounding countryside
2 / 12  Enjoy relaxing by the woodburner in the lounge area
3 / 12  Dining area
4 / 12  Kitchen area with bespoke kitchen units
5 / 12  Double bedroom
6 / 12  Attention to detail
7 / 12  Shower room
8 / 12  Twin bedroom
9 / 12  D H Lawrence country
10 / 12  View towards the property
11 / 12  Tearoom onsite
12 / 12  Enjoy wondering around the grounds

Beauvale Priory - The Gatehouse Lodge

Newthorpe, Nottinghamshire
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs allowed 1
4
star
Complex of properties
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Working farm
Pub nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Romantic
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Situated within the grounds of an historic priory, perfect for a relaxation holiday with acres of garden and woodland to explore
  • Ideal for walkers and cyclists with circular routes on your doorstep and just 35 minutes away from the famous Chatsworth Estate in the Peak District
  • Situated on a working farm where you are welcome to meet the sheep, goats, hens and resident peacock, visit the popular onsite tearooms, Carp fishing pond or Artisan Bakery
Property code: 47031

1 of 2 traditional cottages situated within the grounds of an historic priory

This cottage has been newly built to the design of the 17th century farmhouse mixing traditional features with modern comforts. The property is situated on a working farm, with livestock such as chickens, sheep and a resident peacock, Percy. There are tearooms onsite, Carp fishing pond, Artisan Bakery and of course the ruins of the priory. The farm is nestled in a valley and surrounded by green fields and hundreds of acres of woodland. From your door, there are many circular walks and bike rides. If you are a real ale or cider fan visit our micropubs; The Gamekeepers Freehouse on Eastwood high street 5 minutes’ drive and the Poachers Alehouse, in Jacksdale 10 minutes’ drive. We are lucky in the midlands to be surrounded by hundreds of microbreweries and micropubs. Nearby you can visit Newstead Abbey, ancestral home of the poet Lord Byron, Wollaton Hall with its 400 acre deer park and natural history museum and further afield but just 35 minutes away are Chatsworth Estate, the Peak District and Derbyshire in general. Both Nottingham and Derby city centres are a 30 minute drive and accessible by car, tram or bus.

The property comprises of an open plan kitchen/diner/lounge area benefiting from a wood burner to relax in front with a TV and DVD player. The property is well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer there is also a shared utility room with washing machine. The property offers 2 bedrooms: 1 double and 1 twin. The master bedroom as has a TV ad DVD player. There is a separate shower room with shower and WC.

Outside there is an enclosed area with seating plus lockable store for bikes and fishing equipment. There is ample off-road parking.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 2 bedrooms, 1 double and 1 twin
  • Shower room: with shower and WC
  • Woodburner (first basket of logs included)
  • TV and DVD in living room and master bedroom
  • Kitchen area, well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer
  • 1 dog welcome - kennel facilities free of charge if dogs need to be left any time by prior arrangement
  • Guided tour of the Priory ruins available
  • Tea rooms on site, open every Wednesday to Sunday 
  • Fishing can be arranged directly with the owners
  • Farm activities: guests are welcome to explore the grounds and see the sheep, goats and hens
  • Shared utility room with washing machine
  • Lockable store for bikes and fishing equipment
  • Outside an enclosed area with seating
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Wi-Fi can be intermittent and sometimes not available
  • Shop 2 miles and pub 1 mile

Kate Gray

This property joined our collection in 2016 and is managed by Kate.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 27 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Damian, 2nd October 2020

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Quiet rural spot with a lovely wood burning stove Very cosy

Reviewed by Keith, 18th September 2020

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The cottage is about a mile from a pub which sells food - although a very limited menus. Therefore I think many will wan to cook. All the basics are there - and some additions too, including a coffee filter machine and cafetire. I may be being unreasonable but some basic scales and a garlic press would also have been useful.

Reviewed by Lynda, 4th September 2020

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Lovely rural location, near woodland walks.

Reviewed by C B, 28th August 2020

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Comfortable cottage in fantastic location in converted priory gatehouse. Close to Carthusian priory ruins. Lots of interesting country walks - great for those interested in the author DH Lawrence. Next door to active cafe serving lovely afternoon teas three days a week. Resident peacocks, chickens and barn owl.

Reviewed by Fran, 4th August 2020

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We wanted a cottage that was a getaway. Walking and being out near nature. It was definitely that. But perfect to also be close enough to places to eat etc. The gift of the scones on arrival was delicious. The place was modern, clean and very comfortable. Id definitely go back and definitely recommend.

Reviewed by Charlotte, 26th July 2020

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Lovely setting, endless entertainment from farmyard birds and peacocks. Owners very welcoming and kid friendly

Reviewed by Graham, 22nd July 2020

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Wonderfully rural . Lots of space around the cottage , free range chickens geese pheasants and sheep. Excellent walking for the dog .

Reviewed by Ruth, 13th March 2020

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Great to wake up to cock crow and looking out over fields, sheep and new lambs. Plenty of space. The kitchen had plenty of equipment with a spacious fridge freezer. The adjacent tea rooms were welcoming and served tasty food.

Reviewed by Kate, 6th March 2020

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Lovely location, great for dog walking. Tea room onsite was fabulous, and served a great breakfast. Bread from the bakery was delicious and very welcome. Just a few more personal touches would make this a lovely cottage but can't complain for the price. Remember ear plugs if you're not used to waking up to peacocks and cockerils!!

Reviewed by Evelyn, 28th February 2020

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Reviewed by Heather, 14th February 2020

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Reviewed by Jane, 27th December 2019

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Beautiful area but not over winter period. Walkers paradise.

Reviewed by Deborah, 21st November 2019

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Beautifully appointed cottage and so comfortable. Set in beautiful countryside on a working farm with the added bonus of a tearoom on site. Great walks from the property and plenty to visit locally.

Reviewed by Michael, 4th November 2019

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Reviewed by Alexia, 29th October 2019

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A nice setting, with the pleasant sights and sounds of hens and ducks, and a welcoming cafe on your doorstep for breakfast, fresh bread and a chat.

Reviewed by Barbara, 20th September 2019

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It wasn't a good choice in the end, too many things wrong with the cottage.

Reviewed by Christopher, 14th September 2019

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This cottage was for us, the perfect get away with our 11 month sproodle pup. Open plan living downstairs, comfortable bedrooms with lovely views and an awesome shower! Tea house is brilliant. Don't leave the artisan bread till the last day like we did! Barn owls were out hunting every evening from the barn ruins. Local pub is very nice (10min walkRead more). local woods for off-lead (200 yrd away). Enclosed garden gave me and the pup a safe vantage point to watch the birds and daily activity of the farm Hide

Reviewed by Rae, 2nd August 2019

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Fantastic cottage in a great location. Everything you need for a holiday. Lovely walks around the farm and neighbouring wood, as well as lots to see in the surrounding area.

Reviewed by C B, 5th July 2019

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Lovely rural location, part of a ruined priory but right next door to a place for lovely lunches and afternoon teas. Lots of local walks, and centrally placed for other attractions in the East Midlands.

Reviewed by Lesley, 28th June 2019

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Reviewed by J, 21st June 2019

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Reviewed by Ken, 10th May 2019

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This was an excellent base for a short break. Parking right outside, very comfortable beds, lots of kitchen equipment. The tea shop next door was an added bonus and absolutely delicious.

Reviewed by Louise, 19th April 2019

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Reviewed by Martin, 5th April 2019

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A realy lovley cottage set in the wonderfull grounds of a 14th cent priory with chickens,ducks,geese,turkey and peacocks all there to greet you, a tearoom next door and a good pub 1 mile away whats not to like.

Reviewed by M, 15th March 2019

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This characterful barn conversion provides open plan living with two good sized bedrooms both with good views and a wake-up call from the resident cockerels and peacocks. This peaceful country setting with walks from the door and local Historic houses , gardens and tea rooms to visit is also very convenient for getting into Nottingham. The owners wRead moreere on site if needed and provided logs for the fire and a tea room voucher as a welcome and we expect to return for a third visit. Hide

Reviewed by Jonathan, 19th February 2019

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The Cottage is everything we hopped for, I rent cottages as a living and theses are great. Plenty of wood fro the wood burner very friendly owners I would strongly recommend a stay here. Added bonus is the tea shop which is part of the farm top notch cream tea and a complimentary one at that provided by the owners. The children loved the chickens aRead morend Peacocks many thanks Jon Hide

Reviewed by Caroline, 19th October 2018

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Lovely, comfortable cottage with the added bonus of the most amazing tearoom / cafe next door ! Otherwise a tranquil setting with hens, sheep and barn owl for company set in a valley with farm & priory ruins close by.

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