This is a self-contained flat next to the main house. The location is at end of a farm track in quiet secluded hamlet - Burton Bandalls (on the B676, Loughborough Rd between Prestwold & Cotes). 5 min drive / 20 min walk to Prestwold Hall. 5 min drive to Loughborough Railway station. 10 min drive to Loughborough University. 10 min drive to Great Central Steam Railway. 25 mins to East Midlands airport, 30 mins to Leicester, 30 mins to Nottingham, 45 mins to NEC and 60 mins to Birmingham.
“Absolutely beautiful annexe in the middle of the countryside. Lovely to arrive to friendly hosts who had provided breakfast bits and juices. The property was clean and tidy and the setting just beautiful and the peacock is just as lovely in real life. Would happily stay again.”
Rest and relax in quiet home in beautiful Woodhouse Eaves, NW Leicestershire village. Ideal for exploring area/good commute to East Midlands counties. Restful space in comfortable house with privacy as needed. Clean, bright double room in respectful home with good parking. Charming village with all amenities, good for walking, rambling, cycling etc. Conservation, green belt. Close to M1 links, East Midlands Airport, Donington Park. Short or long stays welcome.
“Gigi is an absolutely wonderful host, and the room was so lovely!! Expect a really relaxing atmosphere. The local area is also great - we had some really good dining experiences in the local pubs. Would very much recommend staying here!”
The Fishing Lodge is a private 2 bedroom single story property, situated in the National Forest. You have beautiful views of the 1.2-acre lake, surrounded by 6 acres of outstanding grounds in its secluded private valley. Lady Hay Woods is a few steps away from your door. Bradgate Park and Swithland wood are approximately 3.7 miles if you drive, and beautiful short walk if you walk cross country. Leicester City centre is 6 miles. Off road parking available outside the lodge.
“I highly recommend Peter’s place for a short stay especially in high temperature days in summer, because: 1. it’s much cooler than my place in Leicester. The first day I arrived there was 23°c and it was so hot, but I found that it didn’t need a fan in Perter’s place in such a high temperature day. 2. It’s so quiet being a good place getting away from the noisy city for a peaceful stay, the only sound you can hear is birds’ songs. 3. The water lily in the pool will blossom soon and there also is a swan in it. 4. The whole place is super comfortable and all facilities are well designed. The mattress and bedding is the most cosy ones I have ever experienced, believe me it’s even better than Hilton’s. I had back pains but it much relieved when I stayed there, the high quality mattress really helped. 5. The kitchen is not spacious but fully equipped for a quick meal. Having a sunshine breakfast is the best way to enjoy the good weather in England. 6. The natural environment is fabulous, I even saw a fighting match between a squirrel and a pheasant when I sitting in the living in the evening. (The squirrel won and the pheasant flew into the forest).”