Book a break in the newly opened Gardener's Cottage in the beautiful grounds of Newstead Abbey in Nottinghamshire, Lord Byron's ancestral home.
Opening Easter 2016, visitors will now be able to stay in the original Gardener’s Cottage in the beautiful grounds of Newstead Abbey, once the home of the romantic poet Lord Byron.
Set within the heart of the grounds, the Gardener’s Cottage is a charming Grade II listed cottage overlooking the original Rose Garden, refurbished to a very high standard while still retaining original features such as wooden floorboards and beautiful stone mullion windows. The Gardener’s Cottage sleeps up to six people, with two double bedrooms, and also has its own private walled courtyard, perfect for an alfresco breakfast or a glass of wine after a day exploring rural Nottinghamshire.
Newstead Abbey is a visitor attraction known for its beautiful formal gardens, set over 300 acres and including a Japanese Garden, Walled Garden, Rose Garden and Spanish Garden.
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