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5 Holiday Homes for Robin Hood Festival, Nottinghamshire, UK

When attending Robin Hood Festival you need the perfect accommodation, so look no further. These homes are the best of the best


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If you’re heading to Nottinghamshire in August for Robin Hood Festival, then we’ve got the perfect accommodation for you. When enjoying an event as incredible as this, your home has to match the standards, so heed our expert advice and book one of these gems to truly complete the experience.

Where to reside near Robin Hood Festival

Take a look at 5 of the very best holiday homes in our Nottinghamshire collection. If these don’t meet your high expectations, then nothing will.

Boiling Kettle

Boiling Kettle, Plum Guide home in Ashbourne

Boiling Kettle, Plum Guide home in Ashbourne

Click to book Boiling Kettle now: from £150 per night With a sloping garden overlooking the rolling hills of the Peak District, this home is ideal for those craving a quiet countryside retreat. This characterful cottage has a smart redbrick exterior with charming climbing roses creeping around the railings and windowsill. Quintessentially British, this home retains its old-world character, with charmingly uneven wooden floors and original oak beams. Its interiors are elegant, combining Scandinavian minimalism with countryside chic. Heat up the kettle on the hob, or just celebrate life with a glass of bubbly served the drinks trolley. The sitting room and kitchen overlook the picturesque Alsop Dale, so there’s plenty of opportunities to take in some fresh country air. Walk a scenic route starting from your front door or just dine alfresco in your spacious garden. If you want to pick up some fine cheese, meats or wine for lunch, head to the charming nearby market town Ashbourne The sitting room and kitchen overlook the picturesque Alsop Dale, where we can recommend Bramhalls' Deli. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

King Of The Vale

King Of The Vale, Plum Guide home in Derbyshire, UK

King Of The Vale, Plum Guide home in Derbyshire, UK

Click to book King Of The Vale now: from £317 per night Built in 1809 and renovated in 2020, grade II-listed King Of The Vale brings together old and new for a wonderful experience in the Peak District. The striking Georgian cottage features beamed ceilings, traditional shutters, sash windows, wood-burning stoves and an impressive garden, all while providing guests with twenty-first-century comforts and design. Prepare wonderful meals in the fully equipped kitchen, then enjoy your creations al fresco or in the modern dining room. With four bedrooms, up to eight guests are welcome to enjoy the home's cosy interiors and excellent position in the charming village of Rowsley. From here, it's easy to visit all corners of the famous Peak District. Sleeps up to 8 | 4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms

Ramble On

Ramble On, Plum Guide home in Derbyshire, UK

Ramble On, Plum Guide home in Derbyshire, UK

Click to book Ramble On now: from £110 per night If a taste of rural English life is what you crave, this brick barn retreat smack-dab in the rolling countryside more than fits the bill. While we adore the calm and cosy interior, the tranquil location is what really shines here. Though host Gaynor lives on-site, it's utterly peaceful. The view took our breath away, and every inch of this home has been designed with it in mind – whether you're lounging on the cosy sofa with the French doors wide open or washing up in the kitchen, you can admire the idyllic Staffordshire scenery. Begin your morning with a cup of tea on the terrace – Gaynor leaves milk and biscuits for you to snack on – then don your walking shoes and head out for a ramble on one of the many walking paths in the area. After a day in the fresh air, reward yourself with a pint and hearty meal from the pub down the road, or if you're in the mood to cook, rustle up dinner in the modern kitchen. For a change of pace, Lichfield's charming array of shops, cafes and restaurants is just twenty minutes away, while adrenaline junkies will love Alton Towers, only a thirty-five-minute drive. No matter what you get up to, we recommend finishing off the evening with a glass of wine out in the garden, soaking up the last of the day's sunshine. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Country Idyll

Country Idyll, Plum Guide home in Lincolnshire, UK

Country Idyll, Plum Guide home in Lincolnshire, UK

Click to book Country Idyll now: from £150 per night Country Idyll is the kind of home that makes you feel welcome as soon as you step through the front door. Classically charming with a modern twist, it sets the scene for a memorable escape in rural Lincolnshire. As soon as you arrive, drop your bags, flick on the kettle and cut yourself a slice of cake from the complimentary hamper left by your host. Take a seat at the bistro set in your quaint country garden and watch the birds and rabbits flit across the lawn. Once you’re rested and recharged, pull on your walking boots and set out for a ramble along bridleways and lesser travelled lanes. Plus, you’re less than a fifteen-minute drive from the market town of Grantham and the historic castle and stately home of Belvoir. When you get home, the cosy living room with comfy tufted sofas calls for an evening in front of the crackling log fire, sharing a bottle of your favourite drop and playing board games with your loved ones. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom

The Toadstool

The Toadstool, Plum Guide home in Staffordshire, UK

The Toadstool, Plum Guide home in Staffordshire, UK

Click to book The Toadstool now: from £200 per night This home is the best of both worlds – a traditional cottage fully equipped with modern appliances. With both an outdoor BBQ grill and a real working fireplace inside, it’s an ideal rural retreat in any season. The only noise disturbance is from birdsong, and maybe the odd tractor. The expansive garden rolls into beautiful countryside, and days here are best spent walking across the fields and down the canal for a pub lunch. There are local attractions aplenty, with the Lichfield Cathedral, Garrick Theatre, and Kings Bromley Marina all a short drive away. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

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