The ancient characteristics of Thoresby, one of Nottinghamshire's most important mansions, are still being enjoyed by guests today. The domed magnificence of the Great Hall has deep sofas, and the house's vast terrace overlooks a croquet lawn and acres of beautiful parkland. The rooms range from classic four-poster suites to the more basic ordinary rooms. There are a variety of activities offered, including falconry and nightly live music.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Thoresby Hall?
Every room, offers a warm and welcoming factor to give you nothing short of a great night’s sleep. You'll find nice-to-have amenities including free Wi-Fi, towels, a TV, hairdryer, safe, comfy chairs and reading lights and tea & coffee-making facilities with biscuits.
If you would rather enjoy a more active visit to Thoresby Hall they have an abundance of activities to keep you on your toes. Please visit their website for more details
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Newark area?
Thoresby Hall is surrounded by 30 acres of gardens, which include towering forests, tiered gardens, and flat, open areas. During your stay, you'll have the option to take a garden tour led by the grounds crew, as well as experience some of Nottinghamshire's top attractions. There are plenty of things to do in Nottinghamshire, from historic landmarks like Nottingham Castle (where Charles I began 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.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
You have a choice of two reataurants The Sherwood and Brasserie32. The cuisine at Thoresby Hall champions British heritage recipes and traditional ingredients from the 1900s, but now artfully reimagined. Evening dining at any of the restaurants is included with all Dinner, Bed & Breakfast breaks with no supplement.