Sweet Pea Holiday Cottage in Colsterworth, LincolnshireSWEET PEA COTTAGE
51a High Street,
Colsterworth,
Lincolnshire
NG33 5HZ

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Sleeps: 4.
Cot available.
Pets welcome.
No smoking.
WiFi.

Low season £210 - £300 pw.
High season £300 - £460 pw.


 
For further details please contact:

Karen Caldwell
Tel: 01785 822492  or  07523 715745
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
4 Oct, 25 Oct


Sweet Pea Cottage is a charming, 19th Century stone-built 'upside-down' detached, 2 bedroom cottage in the heart of Sir Isaac Newton's home village of Colsterworth. Colsterworth is an historic village located just into the county of Lincolnshire and bordering Rutland, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire.

Accommodation  
  • Featuring many original features but modernised and furnished to a high standard, Sweet Pea Cottage is a comfortable, gas central-heated, self-catering destination that is ideal for a relaxing break.
  • With views over open fields, Sweet Pea Cottage has one double bedroom (with king size bed) one twin bedroom and a modern bathroom (with bath and shower) on the ground floor.
  • Accessed through a small, pretty, enclosed garden, the first floor boasts a modern kitchen/diner with fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher and range-type cooker with gas hob and electric oven.
  • The cosy lounge has beams, gas fire, TV, CD, DVD, stone feature wall, leather sofas and soft lighting.
  • Outside, 3 steps down from the kitchen leads to a small patio area with garden furniture (bike storage also available).
  • Pets are welcome by arrangement (charge applicable).
  • Travel Cot, High Chair and Stair Gate all available.
  • Car Parking on street immediately in front of cottage.
Location  
  • In a unique position, and conveniently close to 5 counties; Lincs. Notts. Leics. Cambs. and Rutland; the ancient village of Colsterworth has the National Trust's Woolsthorpe Manor, birthplace and childhood home of Sir Isaac Newton, to visit.
  • The landscape moves from the softly undulating, with stunning villages, to the vast arable areas of the Fens and the Wash.
  • Wildlife, fishing, cycling, walking, shopping, watersports, whatever your fancy, you will find it close-by.
  • Castles and National Trust properties are many and various. Burghley House, famous for its horse trials; 500 year old Belvoir Castle; Grimsthorpe Castle; Belton House and more are all within 15 miles.
  • A short drive away you will find historic and beautiful towns and villages such as Stamford, Oakham, Grantham, Uppingham and of course the majestic city of Lincoln.
  • Just 10 miles away, Rutland water is a must, there are superb cycle and walking paths and the first Ospreys to breed in England for 150 years! There are also many stunning 'hidden gem' areas in this vicinity.
  • Less than 5 minutes walk from the cottage and having had excellent reviews from previous guests there is a village pub serving good quality, reasonable priced meals 7 days a week from noon to 9pm. A central village Co-op (200 yards.) conveniently opens from early morning till late in the evening.
  • Dog walking from the village or in the nearby woods is easy and varied. Many paths take you to nearby villages.
  
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
4 Oct, 25 Oct



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 SWEET PEA COTTAGE
51a High Street,
Colsterworth,
Lincolnshire
NG33 5HZ

_______________
 
Sleeps: 4.
Cot available.
Pets welcome.
No smoking.
WiFi.

Low season £210 - £300 pw.
High season £300 - £460 pw.

 
For further details please contact:

Karen Caldwell
Tel: 01785 822492  or  07523 715745
Last minute vacancies during weeks:
4 Oct, 25 Oct
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Sweet Pea Cottage is a charming, 19th Century stone-built 'upside-down' detached, 2 bedroom cottage in the heart of Sir Isaac Newton's home village of Colsterworth. Colsterworth is an historic village located just into the county of Lincolnshire and bordering Rutland, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire.

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