Location


The small village of Coton-in-the-Elms is situated in the heart of the National Forest in South Derbyshire.

Address:
    50 Mill Street,
    Coton-in-the-Elms,
    Swadlincote,
    Derbyshire, DE12 8ES



How to find us


From South/North/East (M42)

Leave M42 J11 (M42/A42 interchange). Follow the A444 towards Burton-upon-Trent. Drive 1.5 miles (Acresford) and just after The Cricketts public house take the left fork (as the main road bends to right). The sign is for Lullington and Netherseal and you are on Gorsey Lane. Next junction turn right, then immediately left, signposted Coton. Turn left at next T junction and continue about a mile entering Coton-in-the-Elms on Coalpit Lane. Mill Street is on left as you enter the village. Number 50 is immediately on the left.


From North/West/South West (A38)

Leave the A38 south of Burton-upon-Trent then take B5016 toward Walton-upon-Trent. Cross the river Trent on the narrow bridge then at junction, take a left followed by an immediate right up hill. As the road bends take a right; follow signs for Coton-in-the-Elms. After 2.5miles you will enter village. Drive down Church Street taking a left at the bottom of hill. Fork right at the village green and you are in Mill Street. Number 50 is at the end of the road on the right.