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Redbrick House Hotel
Mansfield
Nottinghamshire

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Redbrick House is an ideal venue for Weddings, special occasions, most conferences and business meetings with the added advantage of extensive car parking. Outside there is a large garden with ample seating including a patio area with delightful thatched gazebos. Wireless Broadband connection is available at no extra charge
Ideally situated for both business and holiday travellers on the A6075, main Mansfield to Edwinstowe road, we are just a 10 minute drive from the Major Oak & Centre Parcs. There are many other attractions within easy reach, Clumber Park, Rufford Country Park and Golf Club and Sherwood Forest are just minutes away. Chatsworth House and Hardwick Hall are approximately a 30 minute drive away.
Our hotel consists of 10 rooms, 8 of which are in the main building and 2 in the recently refurbished stable block. Our stable block rooms have disabled access and a wet room. All rooms are en-suite and have a TV and DVD player, tea and coffee making facilities. The 8 rooms in the main building also have free Wi-Fi.

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