Location Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire Lodges

Sleeps (Min)
Westbrook Park Lodges, Winthorpe,
  • Sleep 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Free Parking
  • Wi-fi
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Haywood Oaks Golf and Country Club
  • Sleeps 2
  • Open plan layout
  • Hot Tub
  • Sporting activities
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Redbrick Woodland Lodges
  • Sleep 2 to 8
  • Hot Tubs
  • Pet Friendly
  • Woodland setting
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Sherwood Forest Lodges
  • Sleep up to 10
  • Pet Friendly
  • Hot Tub
  • Woodland
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Best Things To Do In Nottinghamshire

Sherwood Forest

Sherwood Forest is a famous royal forest in Nottinghamshire associated with the legend of Robin Hood. The forest is a beautiful place to visit with walking and cycling trails for all fitness levels, the famous Major Oak tree and seasonal events. Visitors can learn about the 1000 year history of Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest whilst exploring the great outdoors. Sherwood Forest is a magical place to visit with a variety of wildlife, woodland and activities to enjoy all year round.

Newstead Abbey

Newstead Abbey is a beautiful abbey and historical house in Newstead Village, Nottinghamshire. Once home to the famous poet Lord Byron, visitors can discover the 800 years of history. You’ll be able to explore the historic house as well as the surrounding grounds and parkland where there are scenic walking trails with lakes, ponds and waterfalls as well as formal gardens and a play area – something for all ages!

Sherwood Pines

Sherwood Pines is the largest forest and woodland in the East Midlands with over 3300 acres to explore. The scenic forest has miles of walking and cycling trails, a play area, activity trails, and a cafe. Ideal to explore the great outdoors, burn off some energy and enjoy a free activity, Sherwood Pines is a fab place to visit all year round. So whether you’re looking for an action-packed day or want to explore at your own pace, Sherwood Pines is a great place for everyone.

Sundown Adventureland

A perfect family activity, Sundown Adventureland is a theme park ideal for under-10s. The theme park is great value and a fun day out for the whole family. It has 20 rides and attractions including a pirate boat ride, mountain railroad, tractor ride and several themed play areas. There is also an indoor play area with a cafe and the pumpkin cafe where you can enjoy a break and some tasty treats.

Bolsover Castle

A beautiful fairy tale Stuart mansion, Bolsover Castle is a must-visit when in Nottinghamshire. Boasting stunning views over Derbyshire with a dramatic entrance, the castle has a fantastic collection in the Riding House and beautiful grounds to explore. Visitors can also walk the wall walk, explore the fountain garden and enjoy treats in the tearoom.

Robin Hood’s Wheelgate Park

Robin Hood’s Wheelgate Park is another theme park that you must visit on your trip to Nottinghamshire. The 30-acre park is a theme park and water park with a variety of rides and attractions providing hours of entertainment for the whole family. The theme park features themed lands including the animal adventure zone, falconry zone, Black Diamond mining zone, alien galaxy zone and the land of the pharaohs zone. A fun day out in any weather, Robin Hood’s Wheelgate Park is full of thrills and fun on the edge of Sherwood Forest.

Rufford Abbey and Country Park

Set in the heart of the countryside, Rufford Abbey is a converted country house in a country estate in Rufford, Nottinghamshire. A beautiful place to visit, the abbey and the surrounding country park boasts beautiful scenery to explore and over 870 years of history to discover. Visitors can enjoy walks through the woodlands, to the lakes and through the gardens as well as a range of activities including adventure golf, boating lake, archery, adventure play area. There are also plenty of food and drink options including a tea shop, cafe, ice cream parlour, pizza van, and a gift shop and plant centre. With something for the whole family, Rufford Abbey and Country Park is a great day out in Nottinghamshire.

Wollaton Hall & Park

Set in 500 acres of natural parkland, Wollaton Hall & Park is a magnificent Grade I listed Elizabethan mansion. Visitors can explore the natural history museum with a collection of over 750,000 objects including fossils, minerals, plants, shells and rare objects from around the world as well as special exhibits throughout the year including a Tyrannosaurus rex exhibition and themed events for Easter, Halloween and Christmas. Surrounding Wollaton Hall is the beautiful parkland where there is a deer park featuring a variety of habitats and wildlife including 90 red and 120 fallow deer. Visitors can enjoy scenic walks around the lake, through the formal gardens and to the botanical garden. There is also a play area for your little ones to play and walking trails including family trails where you can hunt for clues and win prizes.

The Workhouse

The Workhouse, also known as Greet House, is a museum and the most complete workhouse to exist. Visitors can learn about Victorian life and discover what it was like to live and work in this workhouse. Visitors can learn about the history of The Workhouse and how it changed over time up until 1980 and see a snapshot of what it was like to be an inmate. The Workhouse has nice grounds and gardens that you can explore on your visit too.

Green’s Windmill

Green’s Windmill is a restored windmill that was built in the 1800s for the milling of wheat into flour. It was once home to George Green, a mathematical physicist. Visitors can climb to the top and see how it turned grains into flour. There is also a kids’ scientific discovery zone where you can learn more about George Green and have fun with science experiments. With plenty to see and do, there is something fun for all the family.

City of Caves

The City of Caves is a popular visitor attraction in Nottingham where you can explore underground caves. It is the UK’s largest network of caves with over 800 hidden under the street of Nottingham. A fun and memorable experience for all ages, the City of Caves is a must-do activity. The sandstone caves date back to the dark ages and visitors can tour them to learn about the history of the underground system where you can see the only medieval underground tannery in the country, the Anderson air raid shelter and Drury Hill Victorian slums.

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