Thoresby Hall Hotel bedroom locations

 
On the edge of historic Sherwood Forest, this is one of Nottinghamshire’s grandest houses. Designed in 1864 by Anthony Salvin, architect of the day, rooms combine historic detail and contemporary character with views over 50 acres of classic parkland.

New Building

Close to the entertainment theatre, reception and car park, accommodation in this area comprises 168 Standard and Signature rooms. All with modern comfort and décor, some rooms are paired with patios. Most are at the front of the hotel.

Thoresby Hall Hotel main building.

Old House

The present Thoresby Hall has been standing for more than 150 years. With period features, tastefully restored, it’s the most peaceful quarter of the hotel but also convenient for the main restaurant. The 53 historic rooms and suites here come in all shapes and sizes, as befits a building of character. Many offer original fireplaces and window shutters, plus the bonus of feature beds and views over the estate’s parklands.

All the Historic Suites have dedicated parking. Some, though, look onto the restaurant roof.

The New Building and Old House are connected by a link bridge so there’s no need to go outside to reach any areas. However, there is a long walk to the restaurant for Signature rooms with no patio and some standard rooms.

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