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Bestwood Lodge Hotel
Bestwood Country Park
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire

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A former Royal hunting lodge set in 700 acres of parkland in the heart of Robin Hood country, 4 miles from the city centre. Excellent bar and restaurant facilities. Ideal conference rooms for up to 200. Golf nearby. 24 hour porterage. Room service. No lift.

Whether you want a relaxing day or some furiously fast fun, we have the perfect choice for you. This former royal hunting lodge is set in 700 acres of parkland, 4 miles from the centre of Nottingham. The hotel is ideal for exploring this historic city and Robin Hood country. You are assured of a warm welcome at the Bestwood Lodge, with its Parkside Restaurant offering British and Continental cuisine in a friendly atmosphere.

Our conference suites offer the combination of high technology and high comfort. There are seven meeting rooms, the largest accommodating up to 200 guests. All have ground floor access and natural daylight. Three of the rooms have adjacent bars. Full range of conference services. Free car parking. All rooms are very unique.

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