Ollerton

Ollerton is a town in Nottinghamshire, England, on the edge of Sherwood Forest in the area known as the Dukeries. It forms part of the civil parish of Ollerton and Boughton. Formerly rural, its main industry became coal mining from the 1920s onwards. The town expanded greatly during the 1960s and 1970s
5 Results In Or Near Ollerton
2.6 miles from the centre of Ollerton
Thoresby Hall, a magnificent Grade I house on the edge of famous Sherwood Forest, is the perfect spot to unwind in luxury.
3.4 miles from the centre of Ollerton
With 3,300 acres of forest to explore from your cabin doorstep, the outside world falls away as soon as you arrive. We love Treehouses, and we think you will too! Based on a luxurious Golden Oak cabin, the Treehouse has an extra ensuite bedroom, which you access via a wooden walkway between the trees. All Golden Oak Treehouse cabins come with a hot tub and for many of our guests, having their own hot tub is the highlight of their holiday. There is something rather splendid about lying b...
4.6 miles from the centre of Ollerton
A warm welcome awaits you at Muthu Clumber Park Hotel & Spa, located in the heart of the Nottinghamshire countryside, on the outskirts of Clumber Park.
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5.1 miles from the centre of Ollerton
Explore the stunning 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, woods and farmland including a vast lake and the longest double avenue of lime trees in Europe, stretching for two miles. Several miles of walks and cycle tracks encompass the lake and it's a popular spot for locals in need of some country air. The park's grand house was demolished in the 1930...
10.4 miles from the centre of Ollerton
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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