I live in a three bedroomed house with my daughter. It has space for three cars to park at the front and a south facing back garden. It is based in a very popular and convenient area of Sutton Coldfield.
“A wonderful stay in a cosy, warm and clean home with very friendly hosts. I was able to settle in quickly and easily as Natalie was flexible with the move in time. Everything I needed was provided as described in the advert. It was lovely to chat to the hosts of an evening but equally they respected my privacy if I wanted time alone. This was a great Airbnb”
The Coach house is a self contained apartment within a village setting. However it is situated only 5 mins away from the M42 and good road links to all Midlands towns and cities. Netherseal is within The National Forest which allows access to numerous interesting country walks. There are also many attractions close some of them being Calke Abbey, The National Forest, Staunton Harold and Moira Furnace. We provide a welcome pack with fresh bread, milk, juice, cereal selection, eggs and preserves.
“We stayed for two nights, on arrival we were greeted by Lynda, she was very welcoming and gave us good local information as we’ve never been round the area before. She’d made us fresh bread, and left us some eggs from her hens, lovely touches! Although the place is small it’s perfect for two people, it had all the amenities, including sky Q and fast WiFi. Bathroom facilities were very good, the shower was amazing! Lovely little place, would recommend to anyone!”
Quaint detached studio style Lodge comprises a spacious ground floor living area with king-size bed. kitchenette (fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster and utensils where simple meals can be prepared - no cooker). Small shower room/basin/toilet.
“This is a quiet, clean place to stay. The hosts are very welcoming; nothing seemed like too much trouble. The beautiful Wisteria, as in the name, was not in flower but I am sure it is absolutely magnificent when it is. I look forward to staying again with these lovely people.”