Broomhills is a charming renovated cottage tucked away in the countryside, on the edge of the National Forest. Stunning bi-folding doors situated on two sides of the living room open onto beautiful panoramic views.
Soak in your private hot tub in tranquil surroundings with vast countryside to explore, and why not bring your canine companion along also as this cottage is extremely pet friendly.
First Class Luxury
Five star luxury
Situated in stunning peaceful meadow this detached cottage is ideal for romantic weekends, family holidays or get togethers with friends.
Enjoy uninterrupted views from your living area. Contemporary kitchen with desirable patio and superb private outdoor hot tub are some of the luxuries that await you.
Detached cottage with 2 stunning bedrooms. Extraordinary glass partitioned wet room in the master bedroom. Open plan living and dining area.
Bi-folding doors open up onto a spectacular view. Comfy patio with outdoor furniture. Splendid outdoor hot tub. Great for enjoying sundowners at the end of the day.
Not Pet Friendly
Broomhills is pet friendly. So, bring your pooch along. They will love the open space and they stay for free. There's no need to leave them at home when there's miles of countryside and trails for them to sniff and explore.
In this section we take a look at the cottage, places you can visit. Also, what activities the surrounding areas have to offer.
Open plan living/dining area. Patio with good quality outdoor furniture. Well equipped hi-tech kitchen. Double super king-size bed and en-suite. Double bedroom. With double bed. Shower over bath.
Overall rating - 93%
Location & surroundings - 95%
Helpfulness of staff - 90%
Value for money - 94%
This adult only resort enjoys a secluded and private location nestled in woodland and farmland with plenty of pubs and cafes nearby offering activities such as badminton and a putting green.View property
There are plenty of stunning sights and sounds to enjoy just on your doorstep. Enjoy strolls through your scenic rural location. Relax in your hot tub but do venture out and visit the interesting and quirky attractions in the surrounding area.
Major motor cycling and racing events are held at the Donnington race track, which houses the Grand Prix collection in the museum. Situated on the edge of the National Forest means you have stunning walks, birdwatching and cycling on your doorstep. Don’t forget to take your pooch for a walk. Staunton Harold Reservoir is in the heart of the growing National Forest. Enjoy walks and leisure activities.
Darley Park is a large, splendid park within walking distance of the city centre. The park is popular with visitors from across the UK and abroad. Markeaton Park is Derby’s most visited park and is one of the most popular sights in the East Midlands. Escape to this picture perfect paradise. Experience the natural beauty of the countryside. This park comes with a rich history about the area, historic roads ancient trees and the remains of a Second World War army camp.
The Derby Market Hall has been trading since 1866. Derby Market Hall is home to an eclectic mix of bustling traditional and modern stalls. Rollerworld is something for the whole family. Show your children how you rolled back in the 80’s. Or let them teach you how it’s done. A fun day will be had by all. The Two Birds Gallery offers ceramics, jewellery, prints, home ware and cards. Nestled in the energetic little village of Castle Donington. Derby Museum and Art Gallery is an independent trust and organisation run for, and by the people of Derby.
With its yacht club and children’s activity play area. The largest inland marina in Europe is just 4 miles away at Willington Mercia House, ideally situated on the edge of the National Forest, you have access to a wealth of beautiful countryside suitable for walking, bird watching, cycling and dog walking. Venture a little further and you are in the Peak District, with Chatsworth House and the historic towns of Bakewell.
Leave your troubles at the front door. Step back in time but enjoy mod-cons like Wi-Fi and a dishwasher in the comforts of this stunning self catering historic cottage. Tucked away in a 600-acre nature reserve, surrounded by tall trees, makes this cottage the ideal place to relax and unwind.
The one of a kind cottage has a few very special features. Opening the bi-folding doors on both sides of the living room makes for an enchanting view. The contemporary hi-tech kitchen will make cooking your favourite meal a dream. The main bedroom boasts a glass partitioned wet room.
Step outside and enjoy the beautiful patio with outdoor furniture. A great place to enjoy a breakfast or dining by moonlight. The superb hot tub is always a good place to relax. Treat yourself to a stunning sunset or even a spectacular sun rise. Take your camera for those unforgettable photos. Maybe an easel and water colours to capture the stunning landscape. Don’t delay. Broomhills is waiting. Pack the car and prepare yourself for and unforgettable holiday.
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