The Parlour at Dunstall Lodge Barns in Sutton-on-Trent is the obvious choice for a group of friends or a family holidaying near Newark.
Located on the owner’s farm, nature is on your doorstep in this modern, one storey, ground level renovated barn.
Dine in our out on the patio area or in the kitchen/dining room. The Parlour is an excellent base for those who enjoy walking with their dog and days out.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Ground Floor Facilities
Pets - No Charge
Flat Screen TV
About The Parlour
All on one level, the Parlour at Dunstall Lodge Barns in Sutton-on-Trent offers easy access for those with walking difficulties.
Both bedrooms, one double and one twin, have en-suite bathrooms for greater comfort and dogs are welcome to stay, too.
The cottage has a modem, light and airy décor throughout with French doors opening out onto the patio and cosy underfloor heated tiles for cooler days. A welcome pack awaits on arrival.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Sutton-on-Trent, Nr Weston
Lincoln is only 17 miles from the cottage and is a great place to start your holiday adventure in the area. Its cobbled maze of streets is home to shops, cafés and of course, its cathedral. If you’re a fan of shopping and are on the lookout for something different, then Lincoln is a great place to start.
With over 300 shops and restaurants spread out across the city, from global names to independent shops, there is something for all tastes and budgets. The Cathedral Quarter where you will find Bailgate and Steep Hill, is not just a pretty part of town.
This is where you will find quirky, family-run shops and unique items or check out Central Market, Lincoln’s only indoor market. If you’re more of a culture-vulture then you can’t miss the opportunity to see a 15th century collection of books in the Medieval Library and Wren Library, hidden away in the cloisters of Lincoln Cathedral. This timber framed building, named as the most beautiful room in England, dates back to the 15th century, has a decorated roof and is furnished with oak reading-desks.
In nearby Newark, history is key again. Learn about the town’s role in the First Civil War and find out about the history of aviation at the Newark Air Museum where you can see more than 90 aircraft and covered displays in authentic hangars all year round.
Run by volunteers, the special event days are a fantastic day out for all ages or you can simply head there 361 days of the year to learn about the base’s role in the Second World War and see restored planes from around the world.
The National Holocaust Museum is also a fascinating day out with exhibitions to learn more about the Holocaust and the museum’s role today as well as to visit the museum’s memorial gardens. Head to the town’s Georgian central square for good food and a drink in a local pub to reflect on a day of history.
A comfortable, cosy place to stay with your canine friend and family or as a group of friends, The Parlour is a fantastic choice for history fans who want to indulge their passion for all things historical in the area during their stay.
That’s not to say that daily walks soaking up the fresh air and beautiful countryside around the cottage are off the agenda. With the local pub just a mile away, you are in the perfect place to take a slow stroll there and back with your pooch in tow.
Serving excellent-home-cooked food, the pub is a welcome break on a holiday where relaxation is the main aim, even after the shortest of walks. From the walking and cycling routes that pass by the cottage’s front door or fishing in local lakes and the River Trent, you’re spoilt for choice when you holiday here.
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