The Coach House at Quorn Lodge is the only surviving building from the original Quorn Lodge estate which was built in late Victorian times. The property has been completely renovated and converted into spacious self-catering accommodation with its’ own garden and patio. Quorn Lodge, which is set in 31 acres, borders the Great Central Steam Railway where excellent views of main line steam trains can be seen from the Coach House lounge and patio. The Coach House is now available for luxury short-term self-catering accommodation for up to 6 people who will find the property very relaxing.
The detached accommodation comprises: Spacious entrance hall, large lounge with two sofa beds, TV, DVD, radio/CD player and broadband internet connection. Two bedrooms, (one double and one twin). Large well equipped dining kitchen and a quality fitted bathroom. The property has gas central heating, mains connected smoke detectors, emergency lighting and an alarm system. There is also a patio and landscaped garden plus ample secure car parking.
The accommodation is perfect for weekly holidays or a relaxing weekend/ midweek break. We can also offer a longer stay for those working away from home. One of our fields, bordering the Great Central Steam Railway, is a certificated location for caravan club members which is available all year round.
Our Coach House offers comfort and cleanliness with a very warm welcome and friendly atmosphere. Our guests can enjoy a walk around our land and to view the wildlife and passing steam trains. (The Great Central Railway is the only preserved double track main line in the UK). We are also conveniently situated for Donnington Park, Prestwold hall, Belvoir Castle, National Space Centre, Sherwood Forest, Bosworth Battlefield Visitor Centre, Rutland water and as an ideal base for touring England etc. Welcome to the Coachhouse website.