Welcome to Nottinghamshire, a land of legends, enchanting landscapes, and historical treasures that ignite the imagination. This captivating county in the heart of England offers a remarkable journey into the world of Robin Hood and beyond. Immerse yourself in the legendary Sherwood Forest, home to the iconic Major Oak and the mythical tales of Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men. Explore the ancient woodlands, walk in the footsteps of outlaws, and discover the secrets of this fabled realm. From glamping pods to luxurious lodges in Sherwood Forest, our lodges in Nottinghamshire deliver a break as unique as you. From hot tubs to family-friendly entertainment and everything in between, we've got you covered for a holiday to remember. With fishing lakes, golf courses, spas, heated indoor swimming pools, and so much more, you'll have a hard time choosing what to try first. Don't forget your canine companion as many of our lodges and holiday parks in Nottinghamshire offer dog-friendly accommodation.
After an incredible £30m transformation, Nottingham Castle is a must-see for all Robin Hood fans. Relive an epic retelling of the legendary tales of this rebellious visionary and bane of the establishment. Make sure you also visit the caves that sit underneath the castle. This labyrinthine network of over 800 man-made caves extends under the city and there are plenty of underground adventures to be had.
Nottinghamshire is rich in history and culture. Visit Nottingham Castle, where the tales of Robin Hood come to life, or explore the medieval streets of the Lace Market, known for its industrial heritage. Delve into the region's past at the National Justice Museum or wander through the historic lanes of Southwell, with its stunning minster. Nature lovers will be delighted by Nottinghamshire's scenic landscapes. Take a leisurely cruise along the River Trent or cycle through the picturesque countryside of the Vale of Belvoir. Enjoy the tranquil beauty of Attenborough Nature Reserve or explore the stunning gardens of Newstead Abbey, former home of the poet Lord Byron.
Hockley, known as Nottingham's indie district has a bohemian charm with quirky bars and cool eateries, that are nestled amongst vintage clothing stores, record shops and indie cinema, Broadway. The area takes on a carnival spirit when Pride and the music festival, Hockley Hustle, are in town.