Orgreave Lodge

A beautiful, spacious gas central heated accommodation with stone-mullioned windows comprises fully equipped dining kitchen consisting of an oven with hob, fridge, freezer, microwave cooker, dishwasher, washing machine and log burner for cosy evenings in. The living room has an idyllic view of the ancient lime tree avenues, French doors leading onto the garden, flat screen TV with Sky HD and DVD player. Luxuriously appointed wet room with WC, wash hand basin and walk in shower. First floor master bedroom boasting a double bed with flat screen TV with Sky HD and incredible views of the surrounding countryside. Two beautifully appointed single bedrooms, one with fold out bed. Family bathroom with WC, wash hand basing and roll top bath. All gas, electrics, bed linen, towels and woodburner logs are included. Cot and highchair available to use. Parking available for 3 or more cars. Wifi available. Gardens perfect for BBQs in the summer months. Pets accepted by arrangement.
Nicola Kelleher
Orgreave Lodge
Orgreave Lodge
Orgreave
Alrewas
Burton-on-Trent
Staffordshire
DE137DG

Tel: 01283 791555
E-Mail: NicolaK@leavesley.com

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