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County - Nottinghamshire | Map
Tel code: 01623 | code search
Postcode: NG23 | code search
Population: 650
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Boot & Shoe Inn
"Me, my husband and large family party stayed at this charming Inn on the weekend of a family wedding. Rooms were nicely decorated, comfortable and clean. The pub has a ..." More

Boot & Shoe Inn
"My great and great great grandparents (Smalleys and Johnsons) came from Flintham...and tracing their whereabouts was my reason for visiting the village.Some friends had been for a meal at The ..." More

Boot & Shoe Inn
"I arrived over from Belfast to work in Center Parcs! Wow!! Sherwood forest! I really thought this was something i would never do as a boy,IT IS AND LOOKS FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!!!subequently ..." More

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Flintham is a small village in Nottinghamshire which about eight miles south west of the town of Newark-on -Trent. It is on the A46 road close to the RAF Syerston. The village church is dedicated to St Augustine of Canterbury and has a Victorian nave attached to a Norman tower and chancel. The Ham class minesweeper HMS Flintham is named after the village. The Flintham Museum is opening during the summer and sees the life of a rural village through the eyes of a twentieth century shopkeeper. Part of Flintham's Main Street is a listed Conservation Area, which includes a 1935 cast iron telephone kiosk and a total of 38 buildings and structures. The buildings largely use stone for the lower halves of mainly red brick and pantile buildings, which is typical of Nottinghamshire. Nearby is one of Nottinghamshire's great houses, Flintham Hall, which was built mostly by Colonel Hildyard. The Victorian Conservatory there was inspired by Crystal Palace. There is only one pub in the village, The Boot and Shoe Inn, parts of which date back to the 17th century. The Boot and Shoe offers quality ensuite accommodation with tea and coffee making facilities and free wifi internet access in each room.

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Boot & Shoe Inn

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Boot & Shoe Inn (0.16 miles)

Boot & Shoe Inn

The Boot & Shoe Inn, Main Street, Flintham, Nr Newark, Notts, NG23 5LA.A traditional English Inn, located in a conservation village just 6 miles West of the charming market town of Newark On Trent.We offer ... More | visit website

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The Boot and Shoe Inn (0.16 miles)

The Boot and Shoe Inn

The Boot & Shoe Inn, Main Street, Flintham, Nr Newark, Notts, NG23 5LA.A traditional English Inn, located in a conservation village just 6 miles West of the charming market town of Newark On Trent.We offer ... More

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Tudor Farm (1.79 miles)

Tudor Farm

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Tudor Farm is situated just off the A46, between Nottingham and Newark, with the A1 five minutes drive away for easy access to the South and North.Nottingham Lincoln and Grantham ... More

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Unicorn Hotel (3.78 miles)

Unicorn Hotel

The Unicorn Hotel occupies a stunning location on the banks of the River Trent in the tranquil village of Gunthorpe. Although close to the A46 and Nottingham, the hotel offers a peaceful venue away from ... More | visit website

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Racecourse Farm (4.03 miles)

Racecourse Farm
Racecourse Farm is a 250 year old farmhouse with 2 letting rooms located next to the village church. Rolleston village is 3 miles from both Newark and Southwell and is a quarter of a mile from the ... More | visit website
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The Vale Of Belvoir Inn & Hotel (4.32 miles)

The Vale Of Belvoir Inn & Hotel

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Situated within the beautiful landscape of Belvoir, Nottinghamshire, you can enjoy tasty cuisine and cosy rooms, each with its own unique details. All our rooms are individually decorated to a high standard ... More

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Old School Mews (4.46 miles)

Old School Mews
Our beautiful period Old School house is open all year round to provide you a comfortable and refreshing stay whether it be business or pleasure.

We are situated East of Nottingham just 20 minutes ... More | visit website
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The Grange (4.85 miles)

The Grange
The Grange offers traditional farm house bed & breakfast in a non-smoking environment with full en-suites, TV, tea & coffee facilities and parking. Owned by Mr & Mrs Don & Brenda Masson. The Grange is ... More | visit website
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Saracens Head Hotel (5.45 miles)

Saracens Head Hotel
The Saracens Head Hotel is situated in the delightful market town of Southwell in the heart of the Nottinghamshire countryside. Once known as the King's Arms, the hotel was established in the 12th Century however, ... More | visit website
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The Old Vicarage Boutique Hotel (5.60 miles)

The Old Vicarage Boutique Hotel

The Old Vicarage, Southwell situated on Westhorpe, is currently undergoing a major redevelopment and refurbishment programme. It will bring Southwell its first unique hotel experience, taking comfort and personal service to new heights. The original Georgian ... More | visit website

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