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Newark Lodge Guest House
5 Bullpit Road
Balderton

Newark
Nottinghamshire

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Newark Lodge has a Five Star and a Gold Award from the English Tourist Board thus offering a high level of accommodation, with king-sized beds and all rooms are en-suite and have a hospitality tray, trouser press, the latest Digital Freeview T.V's with DVD player and remote control, hairdryer and of course free Wireless Broadband. Breakfast is served in the splendor of the dining room overlooking the drawing room with the inglenook fireplace. The house is located in the little village of Balderton which is in the Newark and Sherwood district of Nottingham. Balderton is close to Newark-on-Trent which has one of the finest Georgian market squares in the UK. It is a market town full of history with a dramatic castle and two museums. Oliver Cromwell fought battles against the Royalists just outside Newark and King John was poisoned and died at the Castle. Newark has a year-long program of events from Continental Markets, Jazz & Food Festivals and Carnivals to Civil War reenactments. Newark -on- Trent is the perfect place for a mid or weekend break, it hosts Europe’s largest Antiques Fair ,which is held six times a year and is close to Southwell Racecourse, with its all weather track hosting races throughout the year.

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