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  • Abhishek V
    1 contribution
    Would definitely recommend a stay in this hotel.
    Clean rooms, good service, delicious food, well behaved staff and excellent gesture by the hotel manager Mr. A David, who arranged everything perfectly for my daughter's surprise birthday party.
    Written December 5, 2022
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  • Benj
    3 contributions
    Thank you to our guide John, who led a team of inquisitive children ( and adults) around the Creswell site and the Robin Hood cave, with such enthusiasm and patience. The children were fascinated to learn that bears and hyenas, hippos and Mammoths were all beetling about not far from where we live.

    I last visited the Crags when I was probably the same age as our sone is now (8), how much has changed!? a smart visitor centre and cafe and a museum displaying a selection of finds from the site. Fascinating to learn that so much has been discovered in the past 20 years.

    Well worth a visit
    Written November 21, 2022
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  • laurenconway1986
    Cheshire, UK18 contributions
    Loved this as we have a house of a similar period so was fantastic to see what it would have been like in the 20s. Best NT property we've been to. Guides were friendly and knowledgeable. Can't recommend highly enough if you're interested in vintage decor.
    Written August 14, 2022
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  • Kevin S
    99 contributions
    If you were to walk from one end to the other you would stroll through a wide contrast, from the urbanity of Chesterfield and Worksop, to the glorious countryside of the Midlands.
    Written January 2, 2022
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  • prescott27
    Nottingham, UK55 contributions
    really enjoyed our visit to the Welbeck estates lovely walk and the garden Centre was a hidden gem plenty of choice especially for Christmas decorations and gifts the cafe supplied us with beautiful cakes and fresh coffee, the farm shop had some excellent food stuff on show lovely small museum to look round was a bonus thoroughly recommend a visit if in the area
    Written November 6, 2022
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  • Paul B
    Chesterfield, UK1,420 contributions
    Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area. Good shop with quality items. Interesting art collections .
    Written August 4, 2022
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  • Midlandsmanson
    Mansfield, UK46 contributions
    Today with my spacecraft group we went around langold park in Worksop we walked around the lakes had lunch at the picnic table and went around the woods which we got confused but we survived in there we will come again
    Written October 18, 2022
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  • Jane
    Chesterfield, UK45 contributions
    We had a wonderful couple of hours here with our grandchildren aged 6 and 3. It was a hot bank holiday weekend so lots of people here but still not over crowded. The water splash was brilliant and the girls loved it. Lots of swings, slides and other apparatus to. Parking over the road is 70p for 2 hours. The only thing that lets this down is the not so great toilets which were very dirty when we were there
    Written September 7, 2019
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  • Martin G
    Chesterfield, UK92 contributions
    Took my 5 year old grand daughter to a private party and she absolutely loved it.Friendly staff cheap food and drinks together with large slides and various play items which were great for the kids.Plenty of tables and seating for adults to relax.
    Written March 9, 2020
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  • John L
    Matlock Bath, UK190 contributions
    What a surprise to find a surviving gatehouse and priory a much unknown and beautiful survivor from the iconoclastic ism of the reformation that reduced much of our church history to rubble an unassuming town in the dukeries has such a gem as this a must for lovers of history for hear you can feel it an absalute pleasure to go inside it surviving Norman arches and Wood work the gatehouse is a gem to behold TOTALY intact well worth a visit can really re omend both of us
    Written January 30, 2022
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  • docker747
    Worksop, UK52 contributions
    we go to events here 4 times a year and including new years eve.
    drinks are a great price and the food they put on is also very good.
    plenty of room to move about..
    Written February 7, 2020
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  • Tim W
    West Hollywood, CA16 contributions
    We attended a big family wedding here yesterday. It was amazing! Everything was perfect! The grounds, food, staff, accommodation in the Courtyard really was luxurious! It was such a lovely day. All the staff were kind, smiley and helpful and everything was so well organised
    Thank you!
    We didn’t make it for the included breakfast but was told it was lovely so we missed out there 😞
    Written September 4, 2022
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  • Jacob's Nanna
    Worksop, UK34 contributions
    A little gem of a theatre. Great shows. South Pacific was outstanding.
    Some kind of hand rail needed to facilitate safe decent down the tiered seating though.
    Written May 31, 2019
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  • allertonlad
    Northallerton, UK1,307 contributions
    Whilst it's always good to see a market town investing in a modern shopping area, it's unfortunately just not that inspiring. A limited range of stores, I much preferred walking down the pedestrianised High Street. Plenty of reasonably priced parking however, very easy to access.
    Written February 2, 2019
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  • freddiedoncaster
    Stockton-on-Tees, UK2,486 contributions
    I don’t live too far from Blyth,and I must drive past this church many times a year.
    So I made the point of stopping off one day for a look round,and I’m so glad I did.
    It’s in fantastic condition and the architecture and features are astounding....well worth the visit.
    Written March 9, 2019
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