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Eastwood

Lying within a serene, beautiful location outside Nottingham, this market town presents guests with many opportunities for further travel around picturesque Nottinghamshire, and all its many attractions. The area is also a great place to learn about the local history with many attractions and activities nearby to take part in. From Nottingham Castle to Chatsworth House, the National Water Sports Centre or the spectacular Peak District National Park, the area is packed full of things to see and do.

Nottingham is famous for the legendary hero, Robin Hood and the legendary Sherwood Forrest, which is a royal forest, open to the public to explore. Another famous resident of the town is the novelist and poet D.H. Lawrence, who’s childhood in Eastwood was the inspiration behind much of his most critically acclaimed work.

We love Eastwood because...

  • Stunning scenery
  • Nearby legendary Sherwood Forrest
  • Romantic 11th century castle
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Hotels in Eastwood
Eastwood-Breaks trek-Eastwood Hall
Eastwood Hall
Mansfield Road Eastwood NG16 3SS

Eastwood Hall is a traditional, yet comfortable hotel in a quiet and beautiful location outside Nottingham. It’s perfect for couples looking for a relaxing break or romantic weekend away.

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£99.00pp
Eastwood Hall
Mansfield Road Eastwood NG16 3SS

Eastwood Hall is a traditional, yet comfortable hotel in a quiet and beautiful location outside Nottingham. It’s perfect for couples looking for a relaxing break or romantic weekend away.

In and around Eastwood

Nottingham Castle

This spectacular attraction was built back in the 11th century, commissioned by William the Conqueror himself. Prepare yourself for some of the most spectacular views in the country, with as much to see outside as there is inside. From the vibrant museum housed inside, to the wonderful collections of art words, relics and armour throughout. First built in the 11th century and rebuilt in the 17th century, the castle sits high above Nottingham, commanding brilliant views across the city. Visitors can also take part in a guided tour to learn more about the castles secrets.

D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum

This award-winning attraction offers a look into the life and times of Nottinghamshire’s most famous writer. Gain insight into the writer’s childhood and the community in which he spent it, the inspiration behind much of his work. Visitors can also check out an exhibition of his watercolour paintings and his headstone!

Nottingham Industrial museum

A fascinating and insightful attraction, which takes visitors on a journey back to the Industrial Revolution, under which the town flourished. Inside guests will find a number of functional steam locomotives, examples of textile and transport technology and many exhibits, which describe more about the many local industries that the town once relied upon.

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