Delightful little cottage in superb location. The owner has spared no expense in the fittings and furnishings, and there is a pretty garden. We were greeted with a lovely hamper of food and wine. Logs and kindling were provided for the wood-burning stove.
The cottage is only yards from the village High Street with its excellent selection of shops and restaurants, but is hidden in a quiet alley. Free parking is available just a few steps away in the library car park.
Southwell has much to offer, with the impressive Minster and the preserved workhouse (National Trust) being the main attractions. We enjoyed a superb candlelit meal in the nearby Saracen's Head which is famed for its links to Charles I. more