Manor House, Styrup Road Oldcotes, Nr Worksop, S81 8JA
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A perfect house for family reunions, special occasions or a great meeting point for friends. Manor Farm, built in 1855, offers a superb Victorian experience, with its large high ceiling rooms and original features. You will be spoilt with space, lavishness and a holiday to remember.
Large gardens, hot tub, table tennis and tennis courts, are just some of the extra facilities on offer here at Manor Farm, Oldcotes. The man cave provides a den with its its own bar, full size snooker table and dart board.
In the quaint village of Oldcotes, near Worksop, Nottinghamshire, Manor Farm is a stones throw from Tickhill, Bawtry and Blyth. A Brewers Fayre pub is just a five minute walk up the road and provides a play area for children as well as a good range of pub food. Two golf courses nearby and of course the orchard provides a great area to practice your chipping!
If you like history, we have plenty of that here and we encourage our guest to look at some of the fine examples of Victorian Farm buildings.Whether you're looking for a weekend get together with friends, or a longer break with family, Manor Farm provides a perfect getaway in a semi rural location near to some superb local attractions including Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Sundown Adventure Land, Sherwood Pines, Sherwood Forest, Hodsock Priory and further a field you can spend the day in the Peak District, visit York, Harrogate and Leeds.
After several years of successfully letting out holiday accommodations, we decided to make our home, Manor Farm, available for others to enjoy. Using our experience of Holiday Letting we are confident we can offer you a fantastic stay. The aspects from all the rooms are beautiful. You can enjoy views across the Victorian Model Farm buildings, which take in the Dovecote and the fields beyond and also across the front lawns with open aspect views of fields and land belonging to Hermeston Hall. Yorkshire/Nottinghamshire is definitely 'on the map' with Hull being announced as The City of Culture, a visit to 'God's Own Country' as named by locals, really is a must. Put that together with the rolling hills of the Peak District, the flatness of Lincolnshire and the lively cities of Sheffield, Nottingham and Leeds being nearby,