In the heart of Southwell and in the shadow of the fine Norman Minster, you will find the 16th century Saracens Head. This lovely hotel has been restored and now boasts 27 en-suite guest rooms, two bars and the Lord Byron restaurant which combines traditional splendour with contemporary menus.award winning food and service.
This charming traditional inn is set in the heart of Laxton village and offers fine homecooked food prepared from the finest local ingredients, as well as lovely spacious en-suite bedrooms in our converted barn. Robin Hood's Sherwood Forest is just 15 minutes drive away.
In the Nottinghamshire village of Barnby Moor, this historic 17th century coaching inn rose to fame and fortune in the days of stagecoaches and highwaymen. Today, Ye Olde Bell Hotel and Restaurant combines this tradition and history with contemporary style, creative cuisine, superb wines and warm hospitality. The St Leger Bar and 1650 Bistro are at the heart of the hotel. Guests can also relax in the extensive gardens, or enjoy a drink in the outdoor terrace bar. Conveniently located, the hotel has good access to the A1, M1 and M18. Robin Hood Airport 11 miles.
Welcome to the gateway to Sherwood Forest! We are in the middle of all the local attractions; Sherwood Forest, Clumber Park and many more just a short drive away. Choose to dine in either the Limetree Restaurant offering an a la carte menu using local produce or in the Dukeries Tavern Bar that offers a wide range of bar meals from our new menu. The spa facilities include an indoor heated swimming pool with whirlpool, sauna, steam room, outdoor hot tub and gym as well as six treatment rooms.
The Nelson & Railway Inn features listings in The CAMRA Good Beer Guide (since 1974), the AA Britain’s Best Pub Guide, Britain’s Good Pub Guide and 101 Best Pubs in Britain. Boasting welcoming and pleasant staff, traditional homemade pub food and a large variety of drinks alongside comfortable rooms, The Nelson & Railway Inn is ideal for those looking for a good quality traditional inn.
This converted old farmhouse, dates back to the 1800s and now is home to The Beckett Arms. Working closely with local suppliers, The Beckett offers a great menu using seasonal and local produce alongside a range of premier draught beers, ciders and ales. The 8 bedrooms are modern and specious and have all the modern comforts.
Cockliffe Country House Hotel is located in the heart of rural Nottinghamshire and bordering the historic Sherwood Forest, famed due to its ties with the Robin Hood stories. Boasting 2 AA Rosette Awarded dining with a menu utilising the best seasonal and locally sourced produce alongside 11 en-suite bedrooms, each individually designed with bespoke furniture make Cockliffe the perfect rural retreat.
This traditional English Country Inn dates back to the 1550s. Steeped in history with tales of hangings and rumours of some haunting activity, The Square and Compass is perfect for those looking for a quintessential country inn.
Only a 30-minute drive from Nottingham City Centre yet surrounded by beautiful Nottinghamshire countryside, this historic inn offers a traditional restaurant offering seasonal and local produce and a cosy real ale bar offering hand-picked ales and a selection of fine world wines. All bedrooms have been refurbished and feature bespoke furniture and luxury beds.
Nestled in the South Nottinghamshire countryside, The Star (locally known as The Pit House) is an authentic pub with a contemporary feel. Passionate about seasonal fresh food with newly refurbished rooms alongside a fabulous country pub, The Star is a traditional English Inn worth a visit.
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