Discover the beautiful Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire Once the playground of the Pelham Clintons, the Dukes of Newcastle, Clumber Park near Worksop is now a stunning 3,800-acre expanse of heathland, forest and farmland, such as a vast lake and the longest double boulevard of lime trees in Europe, stretching for two miles. Several miles of walks and cycle paths cover the lake and is a popular location for locals in need of some country air. The park's grand house was demolished in the 1930s after years of neglect, but the grand gardens bear the testament to the aristocratic origins of the park.
What can guests enjoy at Clumber Park?
There's a Gothic-style chapel to discover and a walled kitchen garden with a 450-foot glasshouse packed with pelargoniums, grapevines and a butia capitata palm. You can adore the wide variety of vegetables and fruit grown here, including the locally-derived Clayworth Prize Pink celery as well as a wide variety of apples from Nottinghamshire and East McCain, including Sissons Worksop Newton.