The Lakeview Pod VIP is a new vacation rental in 2017. The Lakeview is a modern open floor plan pod that has one pull-down double bed with an ensuite shower. The tiny cabin building has a kitchen area with a gas hob oven, kettle, microwave and fridge. The tiny cabin overlooks the fishing lake with an outdoor hot tub. The studio pod can accommodate up to 2 people with golf on-site, private hot tub in this exclusive collection of boutique open floor plan pods with a contemporary finish. Some of the amenities in the Lakeview Pods include an outdoor hot tub in the Lakeview Pod VIP and the Lakeside Pod Plus only, flat-screen television with Freeview, kitchen, double glazed and heated throughout, shower, bed linens, duvets and towels, beds made up for your arrival, no pets.
During your Nottinghamshire vacation stay, you might visit the Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve, the Sherwood Pines Forest Park, and the Rufford Abbey. These locations are great for walks, picnics, and outdoor activities. In this lovely landscape, you will find several places to stay from Clumber Park Lodges, holiday cottages, quaint bed and breakfasts, and campsites too. Haywood Oaks is a small forest that has plenty of hidden treasures, to include the mature oak trees, which are several hundred years old, and can be seen throughout the forest which provides a glimpse of the Sherwood from times gone by.
Today, the sites of Thoresby and Clumber can be visited where you can see the country park estates and the grand houses. On the Welbeck Estate, you will find the Welbeck Farm Shop and the Harley Gallery, along with the School of Artisan Food. Through the years the Sherwood Forest has become fragmented as settlements developed and the rich wood natural resources in the area were used for building materials. You can now find a cluster of main country parks that offer a bit of insight into how this beautiful forest may have once appeared.
Sherwood Forest, Worksop, Nottinghamshire was once an area of Woodland and heathland that stretched over 30 miles from Worksop to Nottingham, Sherwood Forest was established as a royal hunting preserve in the 10th century. The region was made legendary as the home of the outlaw in the popular story of Robin Hood, who lived amongst the great oak trees. The region was revived by the Normans, with the forest being enjoyed by successive kings and the link to royalty in this region continued as parts of the forest were acquired by the nobility and the four main ducal estates developed.
Some of the places you can visit include the Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve, Sherwood Pines Forest Park and the Rufford Abbey. These locations are great for walks, picnics, and outdoor activities. In this beautiful landscape, you will find a variety of places to stay from the Clumber Park Lodges, holiday cottages, quaint bed and breakfasts, and campsites too. Haywood Oaks is a small wood with plenty of hidden treasures.