VisitEngland Grading: 3 STAR ***
Dickman’s Cottage, a premier self catering holiday cottage located in Lambley, Nottingham, is a late 18th century cottage that has undergone major refurbishment. Now, it is a brilliant combination of Nottingham village history and modern holiday convenience, making it a perfect location for anyone interested in doing something just a little bit different for their weekend getaway, holiday, or short break away from home!
If you think that you would enjoy a historic Lambley holiday cottage setting, but that you would still appreciate the comfort of modern amenities, then Dickman’s Cottage would be a great place to book your holiday.
But what makes this Lambley holiday cottage so special? It has earned 3 Stars on its VisitEngland Quality Assessment and you can rest assured that such a prestigious rating is definitely not undeserved!
This cottage is fully featured and furnished with all of the modern conveniences that you would expect of a 3-star cottage, matching the traditional look and feel of the property.
Dickman’s Cottage is designed to make your holiday as comfortable as possible, with everything you'll need during your stay provided and included for your convenience.
Here are just a few of the features and facilities that we offer at this Nottinghamshire holiday cottage:
Dickman’s Cottage is a smoke free Nottingham self catering cottage. Please contact us about pets.
As you can see, our holiday Nottingham cottage is full-featured, and includes everything that you could possibly need for anything from a quick weekend getaway to a full, extended visit!
And with a kitchen capable of preparing everything from a full-course holiday meal to tv dinners, you can decide whether you want to eat-out and experience the local Lambley cuisine, or dine-in with ingredients easily obtained at one of the local shops.
Dickman’s Cottage is truly an amazing place for a holiday, so don’t hesitate to contact us about booking today!
The cottage was built in the late 18th century.
There is some suggestion that it was originally 2 cottages though this is hard to imagine. Certainly the living room was originally 2 rooms.
It is believed that there is a reference to it in D.H Lawrence's "Sons and Lovers" as a cottage where teas were served.
The cottage takes its name from the Dickman family who lived here in the previous 2 centuries.
In 1960 it was bought by a widow Mrs Gwendoline Bond who lived there until 1991. She built the kitchen on to the back and added the bathroom.
Her photograph is on the wall by the small window. She is also a bridesmaid in the wedding picture below.
The current owners started its refurbishment in 1991. However, some of the furniture here now belonged to Mrs Bond.
The cottage was first opened to guests in 1995.
In 2012 it closed for major refurbishment work, including a new roof and the installation of gas central heating. It has been rewired. The bathroom and kitchen have been fully refitted. The cottage has been redecorated throughout and has the benefit of new carpets and curtains.