Willow Tree Cottages

Guest Accommodation in Newark, Leicestershire

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Willow Tree Cottages, Newark

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Willow Tree Cottages bed and breakfast is located 4 miles outside the historic town of Newark-on-Trent in the hamlet of Barnby in the Willows. There is secure off-street parking and the purpose built accommodation has all the charm of a rustic English farmhouse. here just happens to be a pub next door the willow tree inn fine food and real ales.

Lincoln and Nottingham close but not too close. loads to do and see. Fishing Golf Rugby Newark Town Cricket good restaurants A breakfast room and 4 new bedrooms were built in 2007 making a total of 8.

All rooms are modern and provide stylish individual accommodation. All rooms have ground floor access and situated off a courtyard. TV WI FI FREE VIEW TEACOFFEE everything you would expect to have a quite comfortable nights sleep followed by a hearty breakfast.

There is a well appointed separate breakfast room which can used for meetings. English Tourist Board and AA 3 star rated approved. We are members of NAP (Newark Accommodation providers) No pets or children under 5.

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