In line with Government guidance, if you are feeling unwell, have a high temperature (37.8 degrees and above), or new continuous cough, please postpone your visit and stay at home for seven days. We can rebook your stay for a later date. Please also ensure that you practise good hand hygiene, following guidelines on how to avoid the virus, details of which can be found here on the NHS website: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/.
We want to welcome our visitors, with the reassurance that we have your health in mind, so you can enjoy your stay with us. As the Canal and River Trust point out "our waterways remain a great option for those looking for time in the fresh air, or a route to work that’s away from the hustle and bustle of more crowded environments, or as places to visit whilst foreign holidays are restricted."
As well as the thriving High Street there are lovely walks around the village and by the River Trent.
The village parish is also the home of the National Memorial Aboretum, the UK's year-round Centre of Remembrance - a living memorial to those who died in warfare since World War II.
The village and surrounding countryside is a pleasant and picturesque way to while away an afternoon..
We are Dan & Mary-Ann Griffin. Husband and Wife. Parents to Isabelle & James.