Holiday Accommodation & Location Details
Field Lodge is in a fantastic location in the heart of the National Forest south of the Peak District near to Netherseal in Derbyshire. The lodge is set in a 400 acre arable farm and if you are looking for somewhere to enjoy some peace and quiet and within easy reach of some great attractions then this lodge will be ideal.
The lodge is all on one floor and has an open plan living/dining and kitchen area. There are two bedrooms one which is a double and one is a twin bedroom and the lodge can sleep four people. There is a bathroom with a shower over the bath and toilet. Outside is a verandah and there is also outside furniture.
Some of the other features of Field Lodge include a woodburner in the living room, electric heaters and provided in the cost of the holidays are the bed linen, towels and electricity usage. The log cabin accommodation also has Freeview, DVD and CD and the kitchen is well appointed including a microwave and dishwasher. Should it be required there is a cot.
The Field Lodge is not a dog friendly accommodation but there is a private dog kennel which can be used by prior arrangement. In the surrounding area there are plenty of sights and attractions to enjoy including the National Forest, Alton Towers theme park, Trentham Gardens Monkey Forest and Ariel Extreme, the Peak District, Museums, Country Parks and Houses, and much more!
Nearby there are also plenty of sports and leisure pursuits with fishing, golf and horse riding all close by and the nearest shop and pub is less than one mile. Prices for a week away start from just £285 and there are also short breaks and weekend breaks.
So if you are looking for a very clean, tidy and presentable holiday log cabin in Derbyshire in a charming setting then Field Lodge is the perfect choice. The other lodge is Pine Lodge and this can also sleep four people in two bedrooms and costs from £304 per week (find more details about this lodge from the bottom of the page).Tags: Lodges in Derbyshire, Lodges in England, Lodges in Heart of England