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Portland Hall Hotel
Carr Bank Park
Windmill Lane

Mansfield
Nottinghamshire

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Open to both residents and non-residents the hotel, an elegant Georgian mansion, is registered with the AA, Heart of England Tourist Board and ABTA. Grade II listed and built in 1805, it is set in fifteen acres of the most beautiful parkland and was once owned by the Duke of Portland.

There are ten bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, direct line telephones, television, video and all the usual executive facilities in each room. Several rooms have four poster beds. Room tariffs start at 40 for a single room.

The relaxing Lounge Bar and the Restaurant are in the front of the building on the ground floor overlooking the park. The Restaurant offers a wide range of high quality traditional English cuisine and is well placed for a private business lunch, a friendly meal with family or friends or just a quiet dinner for two.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 2 Star

Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10
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