SouthwellCopyright Brian Gotts

Southwell is a fairly small market town, but in term of history and attractions it ranks highly – this is where Charles I surrendered to the Scots, where Byron holidayed, and where the Bramley Apple was developed, and it has one of the finest minster churches in the country too... Read More

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I love Southwell, it has everthing you need (apart from ...More

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Southwell Triathlon
June
The Gate to Southwell Folk Festival
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Hotels in Southwell - 3 places to stay

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Saracens Head Hotel

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

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 | Double Room: From £95 | visit website

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Racecourse Farm (2.70 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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Kelham House Country Manor Hotel (4.63 miles)

Kelham House Country Manor Hotel

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In 9 acres of parkland and landscaped grounds, this Country House Hotel has 12 newly refurbished bedrooms and 2 dining rooms with beautiful views. Kelham House Country Hotel is 2 ... More

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Old School Mews (5.01 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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Tudor Farm (5.10 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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Boot & Shoe Inn (5.60 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 (5.60 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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Millgate House Hotel (5.75 miles)

Millgate House Hotel
The Hotel is a privately operated & close to the town centre, we have secure parking, licensed bar & restaurant, conference facilities.We also cater for weddings and private functions as well as free wi fi ... More | visit website
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Greystones Guest Accommodation (5.86 miles)

Greystones Guest Accommodation

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Greystones, dating from circa 1620, is a delightful Grade 2 listed former farmhouse, with wattle and daub walls, exposed internal beams, a Grade 11 listed Jacobean staircase and loads of ... More

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Hollies B&B Hotel (5.88 miles)

Hollies B&B Hotel

The Hollies Bed and Breakfast hotel provides guest accommodation in this imposing Georgian townhouse which has recently undergone refurbishment to a high standard. All rooms have flat screen TV with Freeview and DVD.

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Deincourt Hotel (6.21 miles)

Deincourt Hotel

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The modern feel of Deincourt Hotel is complimented by its setting in the heart of the historic market town of Newark-on-Trent.With 33 well-appointed bedrooms all incorporating en-suite facilities, colour televisions, ... More

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