'Holly Berry' is a cosy holiday hideaway in the picturesque Nottinghamshire village of Wellow. Please note that Holly Berry is only suitable for a maximum of two adults and two children. It is equipped with kitchenette, shower/washroom, double sofa bed, mezzanine level with double mattress, wood burning stove, television and outdoor seating area. Two village pubs within 100 yards serving home-cooked meals.
Converted Blacksmith's workshop, originally belonging to the Rufford Estate, in the heart of Sherwood Forest.
Holly Berry is located in the village of Wellow which boasts a picturesque village green with a permanent maypole and two friendly village pubs, The Red Lion, serving delicious home cooked food and real ales, and The Maypole bar and bistro. Wellow is situated in the heart of Sherwood Forest, only a short distance from Sherwood Pines, Rufford Abbey, Thoresby Hall, Newstead Abbey, Clumber Park and Center Parcs, making Holly Berry the ideal base for exploring everything the area has to offer. Sherwood Forest is renowned for walking and cycling. There are two supermarkets two miles away in New Ollerton.
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Holly Berry is totally self contained so interaction with guests is minimal.
Due to its dinky size, Holly Berry is only suitable for a maximum of two adults and two children. Please note there is a microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge/freezer but no oven/hob due to space restrictions. Bed linen included. Towels not included. Parking available for one vehicle.
Guests are expected to behave with respect for our unique village and its occupants.
I am a secondary school teacher originating from the Yorkshire Dales, and my husband Martin is a self-employed builder. I have lived in Nottinghamshire for 22 years but often return to the Dales to visit my family. We love anything outdoorsy such as walking, cycling, running and skiing. In fact our honeymoon involved glacier walking in Norway! My holiday heaven would be a cottage, log burner, local pub, country walks and good food.... which is what we've tried to emulate in Holly Berry. Out of interest, my holiday hell would be a Benidorm all inclusive beach holiday... sorry folks!! Being married to a builder has its perks....we moved to our derelict 250 year old cottage in 2014 and spent many months renovating it. Martin then decided to turn his attention to the little old smithy building that was full of cement mixers, tools and years of dust and neglect. Within a matter of months he had converted it into Holly Berry, and the rest is history.....