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Willow Tree Cottages
Long Lane
Barnby in the Willows

Newark
Nottinghamshire

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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 are a wealth of attractions in and around Newark and its surrounding area; famous for Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood. But Willow Tree Cottages central location also makes it an ideal base for exploring a large part of England. The International Antiques Fairs at Swinderby and Newark are within 10 minutes drive; and the nearby Showground also hosts the Americana; UK Pony and County Agricultural Shows amongst many other events. Newark also boasts some excellent training and conference centres within easy reach of Willow Tree Cottages.

Newark's Georgian Market square in the finest in the UK and there are many interesting shops; galleries; cafes and specialist shops.

The location of Willow Tree Bed and Breakfast in Barnby in the Willows makes it great for walking and for exploring the local history. The nearby River Witham offers excellent country walks. We are also conveniently located for Newark Golf Club; Southwell Racecourse; Kelham Hall; Eden Hall; Lincoln and Nottingham.
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