Redbrick Woodland Lodges are a great set of pet friendly hot tub hideaways set in the woodland of a 19th century house which has its own small lake.
An excellent choice for a relaxing holiday at one with nature, the spacious lodges have a modern interior, outdoor decking, a hot tub and sleep up to six people.
Dogs are also welcome at the Scandinavian style log cabins and like the adults, there is plenty to keep them occupied around the lodges and in the area.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Redbrick Woodland Lodges
Each lodge has a contemporary, fully–equipped fitted kitchen and dining area and a comfortable living room with wood burner for cosy nights cuddled up on the sofa.
Eat breakfast on the terrace on warmer days before heading out to explore the woodland and see the wildlife on the estate’s lake.
Relax after a day’s walking or visiting local attractions with some me time in the hot tub with your loved ones.
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Things To Do in Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire
Visit Rufford Abbey Country Park, one of Nottinghamshire’s favourite attractions which was once a 12th century Cistercian monastery before it was converted to a Jacobean family home.
The park and its woodlands are fantastic for walks with the dog and for children to play in its playground areas or tuck into something chilly at the park’s ice cream parlour. There’s boating, adventure golf and archery as well as seasonal events such as fairy trails, Halloween, Easter and Christmas events.
History fans should make a visit to the city of Nottingham a number one priority when holidaying at Redbrick Woodland Lodges. Just 45 minutes from Edwinstowe, Robin Hood’s famous city has a wealth of places to discover to learn more about the famous man himself.
Meet a peasant family at The Robin Hood Experience to learn about how he helped them, talk to Friar Tuck and hear his tall stories and stand trial with the Sheriff of Nottingham, in an interactive experience that everyone will love.
Learn about the social history of the city with a visit to the City of Caves which dates back to the Dark Ages. A maze of over 500 original sandstone caves, you will have the opportunity to see the only medieval underground tannery in Britain, Second World War Anderson shelter and imagine what life was like for the residents of Drury Hill Victorian slums.
If you want to see Robin Hood’s forest-based stomping ground, spend some time exploring Sherwood Forest. There are 375 hectares of forest to explore with your canine friend by your side.
Once a royal hunting ground, Sherwood Forest offers wildlife fans the chance to spot birds, plants and ancient trees, dating back anything between 500 and up to one thousand years, as is the case of Major Oak.
Take part in archery classes and craft making days and enjoy story trails, bug hunts and Christmas themed events with your kids.
Imagine yourself back in time in a land that Robin Hood would recognise. Redbrick Woodland Lodges offer an opportunity to see Robin’s Hood’s woodlands and forests for yourself.
Take a walk with your furry friend along the lake set within Redbrick Woodland Lodges’ parkland or head to Rufford Abbey Country Park for archery, boating and seasonal events.
Cook a meal together in the modern kitchen and relax in the comfortable living room on colder nights with the log burner stoked up and a good book for company.
Do some shopping in Nottingham city centre’s wealth of shops and visit its museums for the chance to meet Robin Hood face to face in the interactive exhibitions at The Robin Hood Experience or head underground to learn more about the unseen secrets of the city.
Redbrick Woodland Lodges
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