If you are a chocolate fan, then read on! No. 2 Meynell Mews is located in the pretty village of Breedon on the Hill, home to its very own handmade chocolate shop.
With extensive gardens, No. 2 Meynell Mews is an excellent choice for a family or two couples travelling with up to two four-legged friends.
This Grade II listed cottage is close to East Midlands Airport, the Peak District, Donnington Park and Calke Abbey.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Flat Screen TV
About No. 2 Meynell Mews
Located in the heart of the countryside, No. 2 Meynell Mews is a Grade II listed townhouse which has undergone a stunning restoration.
The cottage has a relaxing living room, from which you can see through to the contemporary dining and kitchen area and two bedrooms, both with king size beds and their own en-suite bathrooms.
Dine out on the terrace or let your dog explore the extensive enclosed garden as you relax at breakfast time.
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Things To Do in Breedon on the Hill, Nr Loughborough
Breedon on the Hill is a small but perfect little village for you to stock up on essentials or head to the local pub or restaurants which are minutes away from the cottage.
Take a walk with your pooch to the impressive St Hardulphs Church for stunning views out towards the surrounding countryside or pop to the village’s handmade chocolate shop and do some chocolate making for yourself to take back to the cottage and eat over the course of your stay. The village also has an enviable location for access to Donnington Park on race days.
The market town of Melbourne is a favourite for foodies who will be spoilt for choice for where to eat and drink. A Georgian market town located on the edge of the The National Forest, there is a wealth of shopping to be discovered here in its unique antique shops, art galleries, specialist clothes stores and shops selling locally-made food and crafts.
With a large number of bistros, cafés and restaurants to choose from, you simply need to follow your nose to the local Thai, Italian, Indian and of course, British cuisines on offer.
Calke Abbey is a popular National Trust property which has been open for visits by the public since 1985, until then it was a private home. Set in 600 acres of historic parkland, the house and gardens tell the story of the decline of a stately home, with many of the rooms left as it was found.
The family who owned the house hoarded items and some of the strange objects can be seen today. See the servants’ quarters, a childhood bedroom, art galleries and learn for yourself why stately homes such as Calke Abbey declined in the 20th century.
Calke Abbey’s gardens are open to dogs on leads, so head there to explore the quirks of a house trapped in the past with your pooch by your side.
For a luxurious stay as a family or as a group of friends with your dog in tow, No. 2 Meynell Mews is an excellent choice.
From the moment you walk in to the beautifully furnished and decorated living room, you will feel at home here.
Spend some time together making dinner in the modern kitchen and dine at the table before heading to the living room for a chat over snacks and a glass of your favourite tipple.
Saunter down to the local pub or restaurant for home-cooked food or something a little fancier and head out into the countryside for pleasant walks taking in the fresh air, scenery or even enjoy a spot of fishing or sailing in the area.
Discover the quirks of Calke Abbey and be spoilt for choice for a tasty meal in Melbourne’s finest restaurants.
No. 2 Meynell Mews
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