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The Goat House
Ivy Cottage
Main Street
Laxton

Newark
Nottinghamshire

NG22 0NU | View map
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The Goat House at Ivy Cottage is situated in the Historic village of Laxton, north of Nottingham and to this day continues the Medieval Open Field Farming System. The Goat House is an idyllic place to stay and has been lovingly restored to provide you with a fantastic base to explore the surrounding area. At the heart of the village is the Dovecote Inn where you can find great value and locally sourced food and real ales.

The Goat House accommodation is separate from the main house, providing you with the utmost privacy and offers a master bedroom with television (freesat & DVD) and a beautifully finished bathroom. We also have a twin bedroom that is available if required. Breakfast is a wholesome affair with locally source products and award winning homemade marmalade and served at a time to suit you.

We are situated less than 10 miles from Newark, ideal for Newark Showground and within 6 miles from market towns Southwell and Retford. There are very good rail links at Newark and Retford.

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