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Southwell

Thoresby Hall sits within 30 acres of gardens encompassing towering woodlands, terraced gardens and flat, open spaces. During your stay you’ll have a chance to enjoy a garden tour by our grounds team, and the opportunity to explore some of the best places to visit in Nottinghamshire. From historic landmarks like Nottingham Castle (where Charles I started the English Civil War) and the National Civil War Centre in Newark, to walking destinations like the sprawling expanse of Sherwood Forest and the ancestral Newstead Abbey, there are plenty of things to do in Nottinghamshire – and with over 8,000 acres (10x the size of New York’s Central Park) to explore within a 15-minute drive, you won’t be short of options.

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Local excursions

Return coach transfers to a collection of must-visit attractions are available on selected breaks, making it easy to see the very best of the region without the bother of driving and parking. All are available to prebook via My Warner Stay once you've booked your break.

Edwinstowe

Nottingham

10:30am - 4:30pm, £21 per person

From the gates of Nottingham castle to the caves hidden below the city streets, this is a city packed with history. A popular route is to follow the footsteps of Robin Hood through the paving-stone streets of the Lace Market to the low ceilings of ‘Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem', the country’s oldest inn.

Cathedral City of Lincoln

Sightseeing in Lincoln

10:30am - 4:30pm, £22 per person

Soak up the storied past of the 800-year-old Lace Market and visit England’s oldest inn where legendary tales of Robin Hood are still uttered in hushed tones.


Where to stay

Thoresby Hall Hotel

A Grade I listed stately house and gardens bordering Robin Hood's Sherwood Forest

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