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This fully refurbished apartment is situated in the peaceful village of Silkstone Common next to the Dove Valley trail and Throstlenest Equestrian Centre.
Set in a quiet corner on the edge of a lovely village with great access to the Trans Pennine Trail, the Peak District National Park and local...
A former estate workers cottage adjoining the award winning internationally renowned Yorkshire Sculpture Park. This two bedroom cottage sleeps 3 to 4 guests. Features a lounge with beamed ceiling, inglenook and a wood burning stove. A farmhouse style dining kitchen area with terracotta floor tiles...
Our T5 VW campervan is your home away from home way to camp. If you're looking for the luxurious way to camp then give us a call. On the other hand if you prefer the wilderness and just want a dry bed for the night give us a call too.
Our van sleeps 4 comfortably inside with additional space in...
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Warsop close is a brand new development. The bungalow has a disabled access ramp low entry level shower and is situated on a private drive. Ideal for away workers, friends visiting family and may prove ideal for people coming out of hospital who are not able to go home.
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Holiday Rental House - 11 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms, Sleeps 23
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Recent Barnsley reviews
"Great weekend get away!"
A spotlessly clean and tranquil holiday let within walking distance of the trans pennine trail so ideal for us as we love walking.
"Comfortable base for exploring region."
Good beds, comfortable lounge, great wifi, off street parking and friendly host. This garage loft accommodation is located in Silkstone Common, a short walk to the trailways in Nabs Wood, and the monument to the 1838 mining disaster where 26 children drowned.