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 - 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

• Property set within acres of garden and woodland to explore

 • Property can be booked alongside Abbey View

• Guided tour of the priory ruins available

• Great base for walkers and cyclists

• Fishing available

• Relax in front of the wood burner after a day of exploring the area

Property code: 47031

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

These restored cottages nestled within the picturesque ruins of Beauvale Priory, surrounded by trees and fields where little has changed over the centuries, often referred to as Pulchra Vallis, each cottage has its own unique style with a clever mix of both the old and new. With acres of gardens and woodlands of which you are free to roam amidst the heart of this ancient ruin Beauvale Priory also enjoys an enviable location for exploring the Heart of England, with a glut of rich woodlands and country parks to include Clumber and Thoresby, on the Welbeck Estate the Harley Gallery, farm shop and school of Artisan Foods. A short distance away Chatsworth House and gardens.

 Spend a day in Nottingham, a capital of culture, take in the D H Lawrence birthplace museum and city of caves before a lazy lunch in a popular restaurant. For cyclists take advantage of the cycle routes, Adventure Pine route and Ancient Sherwood route. Leisure facilities: 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.

The property comprises of an open plan kitchen/diner/lounge area benefiting from a wood burner to relax in front on those chilly evenings with a TV and DVD player. The property has a well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer there is also a shared room with washing machine. The property offers 2 bedrooms: 1 double and 1 twin plus 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 fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

• 2 bedrooms, 1 double and 1 twin

•Shower room: with shower and WC

• Woodburner (first basket of logs included)

• TV and DVD

• Kitchen area, well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer

• 1 dog by 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

• Bed linen, towels, electric, central heating and Wi-Fi included

• Shop 2 miles and pub 1 mile

• Arrival: 3pm.

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

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 12 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.8
Overall equipment
4.7
Overall comfort
4.9
Overall location
4.8

Reviewed by Caroline, 19th October 2018

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.

Reviewed by Andrea, 31st August 2018

The cottage was beautifully furnished and was extremely comfortable. It was equipped with everything we needed, including an extensive range of cookware. Comfortable beds and sofas. Great tea shop next door !! Lovely surroundings including the remains of the priory.

Reviewed by Dale, 27th July 2018

This is a Gem of a find. The cottage is beautiful and is amongst some great views. The tea room is a must to visit and the food is great. The location was perfect as there are many places to see and things to do and you are so close to the Derbyshire Dales. We will certainly be returning

Reviewed by Barry, 24th June 2018

A superb cottage that really was home from home. There is everything you need here. There is an excellent tea room on the doorstep and its set in stunning surroundings. I would certainly use this cottage again.

Reviewed by Liz, 15th June 2018

A great place if you have dogs, enjoy wild bird life, walking in the woods and tea rooms. The cottage is characterful and comfortable. Although we stayed during a warm summer spell, the woodburning stove suggests it could be a great place to hunker down in winter too.

Reviewed by David, 14th April 2018

Although not necessary, it would have been nice to have met the owner.

Reviewed by R, 6th April 2018

It was a great venue, situated in Sherwood Forest. Handy for exploring the south Peak District, Chesterfield, Nottingham. Really good value and very comfortable. Great history. Thoroughly recommended.

Reviewed by Lynne, 30th March 2018

We really enjoyed our stay. The cottage is on a working farm and the farmer kindly let my granddaughters feed the lambs and the chickens and collect the eggs. He let us have the eggs for breakfast. They were different colours and sizes which I the girls found fascinating. There is a tea shop next door and we were left a voucher to spend there. We hRead moread afternoon tea which was lovely. The cakes were delicious. Hide

Reviewed by Emma, 2nd March 2018

We were forced into making a very last minute (12 hours before) booking at this cottage due to another booking cancelling on us the day before due to adverse weather conditions. We can't help but think it was fate as staying at Beauvale was amazing. The cottage has everything you need and little touches make you realise how much effort has gone intRead moreo the quality of everything provided. Thank you to Ann the owner and sorry we couldn't say goodbye properly! We will be back. Hide

Reviewed by Alison, 23rd February 2018

Beautiful area and cottage. Do not miss going to the tea shop- the Victoria sponge is to die for. Cosy and very warm cottage- lovely

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Location

Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

1 more property at this location

Abbey View

Abbey View

Sleeps: 4 | Bedrooms: 2

£363 - £703

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