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The Crown Hotel - 11 Market Pl, Southwell NG25 0HE

Distance: 2.1 miles
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £47.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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A warm & friendly welcome awaits you at The Crown Hotel. Featuring free WiFi in public areas, The Crown Hotel offers accommodation in Southwell town centre over a public house. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. There is limited free parking available on a first come first served bases but there is plenty of car parking available close by. The rooms come with a flat-screen TV. You will find tea/coffee making facilities in the room. The Pub/Hotel is situated on the corner of the main road and without double glazing sometime the traffic may be heard. The hotel is over 3 floors and the bedrooms are all on the 2nd and 3rd floor, due to the nature and age of the building there is no lift. The hotel is heated by heaters not central heating. East Midlands Airport is 23 miles from the property.

The Reindeer Inn - 26 Westgate, Southwell NG25 0JH

Distance: 2.2 miles
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £46.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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The Reindeer Inn is a traditional 18th-century pub, 50 yards from Southwell’s church and bustling High Street. There is free WiFi throughout, and free parking is available nearby. Rooms at The Reindeer have a flat-screen TV and a wardrobe for storage space. Benefits include tea and coffee making facilities, and each room has an en suite bathroom with shower. Guest can enjoy either a good pint pint of Real Ale in our cozy and friendly Pub or a glass of wine from our wine selection or choice of finest single malt in front of log burner in winter time or beer garden in summer time. We have darts matches on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Folk music night on Thursdays and bingo games on Sunday evenings in our Pub. Also we do have a Function room which can be used as business center, conferences, any celebrations such as birthdays, get together etc. We can also provide projector, notebook, laptop, flip chart on request. Guests can also rent bike and discover heritage and trails near surrounding area. Children of all ages as well as Pets are welcome Wheelgate Park is 5 miles from the building, and a selection of museums are also located 5 miles away. Newark-on-Trent and Newark Show Ground is less than 20 minutes’ drive away, and the center of Nottingham is a 35-minute journey by car or 45 minutes by bus which runs every 30 minutes.

Kelham House Country Hotel - Main Street Kelham Newark NG23 5QP

Distance: 2.7 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £100.00 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Nestled within 9 acres of landscaped gardens, on the outskirts of Newark and just 30 minutes from Nottingham and Lincoln. This Edwardian Country House Hotel offers free Wi-Fi, free parking, luxury accommodation and a relaxing bar area with a bistro menu. Each of the 12 luxury en-suite rooms offers the very best in chic, contemporary styling and modern amenities. Spacious and bright, the rooms provide luxury Hypnos beds, indulgent Elemis toiletries and sumptuous soft furnishings. The hotel is close to the A1, A46 & the A52, with direct transport links to Nottingham, Lincoln and Grantham, all with 30 minutes’ drive. Nearby Newark Train Station has direct train links to Nottingham and Lincoln and within an hours’ drive of the hotel is both East Midlands Airport and Robin Hood Airport. Kelham House Hotel welcomes guests with pets when visiting us at an additional charge of £10.00 per pet per night. Guests with pets are asked to stay in our ground floor Coach House rooms only. We ask that pets are not brought into the main Hotel building or restaurant/bar areas in consideration of other guest and diners. Guests and their pets are welcome on to the terraces for drinks and al fresco dining. We ask that guests do not allow their pets onto the beds or onto any furniture in the room. We also ask that any mess be cleared from the grounds.

Home Farm - 1 Home Farm Close Kelham Newark NG23 5QB

Distance: 2.9 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £500.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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Our Home Farm properties provide comfortable 'home from home' self catering accommodation. Each property has either 4 or 5 bedrooms, all sleeping up to 10 guests. Situated in the beautiful village of Kelham, just outside Newark. The properties are located adjacent to magnificent Kelham Hall & Country Park and within easy reach of Nottingham, Southwell and Lincoln. Properties comprise one bedroom with en-suite shower room, family bathroom or shower-room, fully equipped kitchen, lounge with LED TV and ground floor WC. All properties have a private garden, driveway and complimentary Wi-Fi. This property is stand alone and check in is therefore by pre-arrangement; please call to arrange. Outside normal check in times, an entry code may be provided to allow 'self-check-in'-subject to full advance payment being received.

Beaumond Cross Inn - 13 London Road, Newark NG24 1TN

Distance: 4.0 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £85.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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ACCOMMODATION IN Newark The Beaumond Cross Inn is an old 18th Century coaching Inn situated at the Beaumond Cross Roads in the heart of Newark on Trent's town centre on the Great Northern Road (now the A1). It is easy to find by road and has a free car park for guests. It is a short walk from Newark's Castle train station, 10 minutes from Northgate station. We also have a compound to store bikes in for cyclists and 3 minutes from the bus station. This fabulous location makes us ideal for you use as a base to explore historic Newark. YOUR ROOM However you choose to spend your time in Newark, you’ll be able to enjoy a relaxing night’s sleep in our cosy and comfortable guest rooms. We have 8 rooms on the first floor and two beautiful rooms with original wooden beams cover the top floor. Due to the age and listing of the building, we’re sorry there is no lift access to any of the rooms in the Inn. Our rooms have recently been refurbished in September 2016. All our rooms are En-suite with a power shower. There is an iron, ironing board, hair dryer and fan in all rooms. Tea and coffee making facilities. Complimentary toiletries. All our linen is freshly pressed with fluffy white cotton towels. We try very hard to grant all requests for specific rooms, however please understand that at times we have a lot, therefore we cannot 100% guarantee requests. We welcome groups of all sizes, be it a family get-together, a reunion with friends or just a relaxing break with those you love. WAKE UP TO A TRADITIONAL BREAKFAST After a great night’s sleep, wake up to the aroma of a freshly cooked breakfast. Breakfasts here are renowned for their hearty portions, so whether you’re heading out to explore or you’re driving back home, you’re sure to be full until at least lunchtime! For those wanting something lighter we do omelettes and of course cereals, yogurts and eggs anyway you like. We look forward to seeing you

The Lions - 55 London Road,, Newark-on-Trent NG24 1RZ

Distance: 4.4 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £100.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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The Lions is a small boutique bed and breakfast establishment in Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire that offers comfort and a place to relax – truly a home from home. A beautiful, Grade II listed, detached townhouse it is one of the finest late Georgian buildings in Newark. Run by Pablo Petit-Breuilh and John Taylor, the business draws upon Pablo’s experience in international travel and tourism and John’s local background and knowledge of the region. Both John and Pablo work tirelessly to ensure every guest's stay is an excellent one. The house has an attractive and welcoming façade and a front garden area with parking facilities. The rear garden offers a well-kept space comprising a large lawn, flower beds, shrubs and trees, offering guests the possibility of enjoying breakfast, lunch or, perhaps, in the summer, supper outdoors on the patio, in a beautiful and peaceful setting. The Lions is centrally located and is an easy 10-minute walk from the town's market square and varied shopping facilities and a 15-minute walk or a short taxi-ride from both Newark North Gate and Newark Castle railway stations. London is 1 hr 20 minutes away by train, while Lincoln and Nottingham can be reached in 30 minutes. There is a good local bus network covering nearby towns and villages. Newark lies close to the A1, A17 and A46 major through-routes and so has excellent road links. East Midlands International Airport is just over 30 miles away. From the imposing main entrance, guests are welcomed into the hallway that boasts a restored flagstone floor. The Dining Room is decorated in a tranquil duck-egg blue and features traditional furniture, a beautifully-restored Arts and Crafts fireplace, individual tables and French doors that offer a fine view of, and access to, the rear garden – altogether a relaxing environment to enhance guests’ breakfast and dining experiences. Although The Lions is a bed and breakfast establishment, lunches and evening meals can be provided on request.

Innkeeper's Lodge Nottingham, Lowdham - The Springfield Inn Old Epperstone Road Lowdham NG14 7BZ

Distance: 5.8 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £69.00 | Customer rating: 6\6
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Innkeeper's Lodge Nottingham, Lowdham and The Springfield Inn in is a country pub oozing rural charm and rustic character. Recently refurbished with new Hypnos pocket spring beds, all guests will enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast. Cooked breakfast is available on weekends only, and can be purchased at a supplement on check in. The village of Lowdham is situated in between Nottingham and Southwell, and within it The Springfield Inn is nestled in Nottinghamshire countryside. For many years we welcomed guests on foot and now welcome walkers to rest their feet before continuing on their journey. The village's name means 'village by the loud stream' in old English, which refers to the nearby river Trent.