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Guest arrival forms must be completed at least 3 days before your check-in date
A well appointed rustic holiday apartment situated in a character rural setting within sight of the famous Rockingham Castle
Whilst the property retains its old-world charm, the rooms and services have been brought up to the standard which visitors now expect and you will find that your character room is both cozy and functional
Perfect for short term or long term stays. We serve clients from weekly, monthly, quarterly or longer stays
Property offers :
1. Fully furnished
2. Super king size bed or twin beds
3. Modern smart TV
4. Free unlimited wi-fi
5. En-suite with shower
8. Coffee machine
9. Kettle and toaster
10. Double Wardrobe
12. Iron and ironing board
13. Working area
14. Off road secure parking
15. Family Relocations, group of contractors or between moving houses .
16. All bills included
17. Professionally cleaned
The property is suitable for business travellers with its excellent road links and families visiting the area or people in-between moving house and waiting for the final pieces of the jigsaw to fall into place.
The property is fitted with a device which monitors the noise level, temperature, the number of people in the property, motion within the property, the humidity and moisture. All of these can be checked remotely in real time and the device is programmed to alert us if any of the items monitored exceed a programmed threshold.
*** Strictly no smoking through the property ***
The Old Plough
From the mid 16th Century, the Plough site was a mailings & ale house, it was refurbished in 1838 and served as one of the village pubs and Coaching Inn for a further 110 years until 1948.
Constructed from local limestone with a Collyweston Slate roof this charming old house together with 'stables block' and 'Coach house is now Grade II listed and retains many of its original and distinctive features such as; the beer cellar, meeting rooms and the pine panelled 'snug bar'
The extensive gardens and orchard lead to the rolling fields of the Welland River Valley and a view of Rockingham Hill. The Castle just over a mile away (as the arrow flies) is situated at the top of the hill and is well worth a visit.
During your stay you will have access to the whole apartment, en-suite and off road parking areaAdditional notes
To be upfront and transparent about our attitude to excessive and sustained noiseGuest interaction
If any noise or disturbances are reported by our neighbours, (who have our phone number), there will only be ONE warning phone call from us, and next the police will be called – serious offenders will have their bookings cancelled on the spot and without refund
It is not something we expect to happen, but we do take the peaceful enjoyment and sleep of our guests and neighbours very seriously. Please respect our house rules and each other
We will be contactable via e-mail or text between 8 am and 10 pm if you need us or have any questions before, during or after your stayNeighborhood overview
For my guests piece of mind we have been hosting on Airbnb and many other platforms since 2015.
England’s smallest county, Rutland,(population less than 40,000 people) has recently regained its independent county status from Leicestershire. Close to Leicester, Market Harborough, Corby and Kettering and near to the A14.Getting around
Rutland is now firmly established as a commercial 'hub'. It is renowned for such culinary delights as prizewinning Melton Mowbray pork pies, regional cheeses and locally brewed 'Grainstore Ales'. Food and drink apart, Caldecott and the county of Rutland have much to (Website hidden by Airbnb) and business travellers alike
The 'Old Plough' is situated on the main (A6003) road through Caldecott, opposite the village green and the Plough public house
The village is located about three miles north of Corby, 8 miles north from junction 7 of the A14 and four miles south of Uppingham and Rutland Water.
The Plough Freehouse and the Castle Inn - both in Caldecott - offer excellent pub / restaurant setting.
For fishing, the Eyebrook Resevoir is about half a mile away and provides an infamous fishing experience.
Within a short drive there are many other attractions including Rockingham Castle, Rutland Water, Burghley House, Kirby Hall, Dene park and Adrenaline Alley.