Newark

Newark is an attractive market town steeped in history. There are two museums to visit in the centre and the Newark Air Museum on the outskirts of the town. Explore the Church of St Mary Magdalene, believed to be the largest Parish Church in Nottinghamshire. Stroll through the award winning Riverside Park with its sensory garden and cafe.
10 Results In Or Near Newark
1.9 miles from the centre of Newark
You can't beat a day out in the country and with fishing on tap, picturesque woodland walks, plenty of events and activities laid on, delicious hearty lunches and 80 beautiful acres of grounds running along the River Trent to explore, Kelham Hall and Country Park in Newark is pretty much your perfect day out. The hall, built in 1863 by Victorian architect George Gilbert Scott (famous for creating the soaring gothic St Pancras Hotel in London) is popular for weddings, corporate hospitality a...
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8.6 miles from the centre of Newark
John and Liz Thorold are delighted to welcome visitors as their guests at Marston Hall. Enjoy the experience of staying in a unique house, with a great atmosphere and a fascinating 1,000 year history. Marston Hall is 5 miles north of Grantham (London's Kings Cross is an hour away by train) and only 1.5 miles off the A1.
9.6 miles from the centre of Newark
East Bridgford Hill is an old Georgian house with a beautiful view down the Trent Valley. It is a luxurious house that delivers a high quality personal service accompanied with a relaxed homely atmosphere. All rooms have private facilities. The property cater for private functions, dinners, weddings, parties, fund raising events and many different workshops. Situated close to Belvoir Castle and the old market town of Newark, guests are a short drive to many attractions and great country resta...
9.6 miles from the centre of Newark
East Bridgford Hill is a family business and an exclusive country home, where small is beautiful and discretion is everything. Located in a serene setting with
10.2 miles from the centre of Newark
Glebe House lies in the heart of Leicestershire’s tranquil Vale of Belvoir. This fine Georgian house was once the Rectory standing next to Muston Village Church. Little has changed over two hundred years: every architectural detail of the original building has been retained along with period furniture, including four-poster beds. So, in spite of modern plumbing, electricity, central heating, TV and WiFi in all bedrooms, visitors can step back in time to enjoy a spacious and leisured lifestyle
12.6 miles from the centre of Newark
Step Back in time at Belvoir Castle Belvoir Castle has been the ancestral home of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland and their family since 1067. Crowning a hill in Leicestershire, its turrets and towers rise majestically over the vale of Belvoir and it is one of the finest examples of Regency architecture in the world. The castle you see today was designed by James Wyatt and was built in the early 1880 for the 5th Duke and Duchess of Rutland. The castle now houses one of the UK's finest ...
12.6 miles from the centre of Newark
Discover Belvoir Castle and Castle The gardens have undergone several changes over the centuries, the latest being a two year programme that saw the Duchess and team bring the lost plants of Capability Brown to fruition. There are many new walks, for both able and less able visitors, through formal gardens on the castle terrace and into the woodland through the Japanese, Duchess's and Hermits gardens. A circuitous three-mile walk along the Duke's walk, takes in all the gardens and views...
12.7 miles from the centre of Newark
Sitting elegantly in formal gardens with views across pleasure grounds and an ancient deer-park, Belton is often cited as being the perfect example of an English country-house. Although built on a modest scale, it has a fine collection of porcelain and silver, a world-renowned library and architectural finesse that reflects the continued wealth and cultured tastes of its former owners.
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