Approximately two acres of woodland on the outskirts of Cotgrave Village. A peaceful and secluded wood where the new owner could spend their days surrounded by nature or making the most of quality time with family and friends around the campfire. The new owner could carry out conservation projects, such as putting up bird and bat boxes or carrying out thinning and new tree-planting to add to the diversity of the wood,
The Wood is made up of well-spaced Scots pine and Corsican pine; the distinction between the two being that Scots pine have much redder trunks of the two. Many of the trunks are wreathed with ivy, reaching far up into the canopy and busy with small birds either looking for protective roosts or errant insects.
The wood is currently fenced off with potential for gated access via Hickling Way. A trail leads from the ride-stop to a grass-covered ride, extending along the south-western boundary.
The wood is located within the Vale of Belvoir, meaning beautiful view, in French. The name was used by the 11th century Norman invaders when the original Belvoir Castle was established, but the native Anglo-Saxon population was unable to pronounce such a foreign word, preferring to call it "Beaver Castle" this pronunciation is still used today. The area£s most famous produce includes Stilton cheese and Melton Mowbray pork pies, both area ideal for a picnic in the woods.
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