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Thoresby Hall Hotel & Spa
Thoresby Park
Nr Ollerton

Newark
Nottinghamshire

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Thoresby Hall Hotel & Spa is a magnificent Grade I listed mansion on the edge of Sherwood Forest. Its architectural magnificence is simply breathtaking and its grounds a delight. Luxury 3 or 4 night short breaks Just for Adults inclusive of dinner, bed & breakfast and nightly entertainment are available at this hotel.The Ambassador Room is the standard type of accommodation at Thoresby Hall Hotel, and is included in the basic price of the break. Many of the bedrooms are newly built and adjoining the main house.

To make your holiday experience even better a wonderful new Spa and dining experience has been added to the hotel. Thoresby Hall is surrounded by Thoresby Park which is more than 12 miles in circumference and features trees planted centuries ago. The Hall covers an area of 65 acres surrounded by flower beds, extensive gardens and silver birch trees. The grounds are truly magnificent and must be visited.

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