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Hotels in Worksop

On the northern fringe of the famous Sherwood Forest, Worksop has inherited the nickname of the 'Gateway to the Dukeries' thanks to its proximity to several historic ducal seats: Worksop Manor, Welbeck Abbey, Clumber House, and Thoresby Hall.

This town is overlooked by Grade I-listed Worksop Priory, which has existed for more than 900 years and was an important monastery until the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the era of King Henry VIII. Worksop is also famed for Mr Straw's House museum, where you can see how a grocer's family would have lived in the area back in the 1920s.

Worksop Manor

Established in the 18th century, this majestic country mansion is another remarkable Grade I-listed landmark, although a manor has existed at this site since the Middle Ages. The current Worksop Manor, which is noted for its special quadrangle shape, was designed by James Paine, who also designed the stables of the striking country mansion of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire.

Welbeck Abbey

Grade I-listed Welbeck Abbey was built on a former 12th-century religious building and became a country house in the 17th century. Despite falling into dereliction in the Victorian period, the building has been carefully restored and still surrounds 15, 000 acres of grounds.

Clumber Park

Clumber House was an enchanting country mansion in the Georgian era, although the building suffered several fires in later years and was eventually abandoned and demolished in the early 20th century. However, the grounds now comprise an attractive country park that is open to visitors and maintained by the National Trust.

Thoresby Hall

Dating back to the 19th century, Grade I-listed Thoresby Hall was built on a site that was originally owned by Robert Pierrepont, the First Earl of Kingston, who supported the Royalists in the English Civil War. The site was sold after the Second World War and is now an exclusive hotel and luxury spa.

Where to eat out in Worksop

Treat yourself to some terrific Thai dishes at the Thai Cassia Bar & Restaurant, enjoy hearty English classics at The Anchor Inn, or have some vibrant Indian cuisine at the Kahmir Tandoori. The Oliver Grove Bistro also serves tantalising Mediterranean-themed meals, while The Raj provides other delightful Asian-inspired dishes.

Accommodation suggestions

There are plenty of affordable Worksop hotels you can consider, including the stylish BEST Western Lion Hotel, the well-presented Acorn Lodge Guest House, and the friendly and comfortable Station Hotel. Another reputed, high-end hotel is the nearby Clumber Park Hotel and Spa, while the photogenic Hotel van Dyk is ideal for special occasions.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Worksop

What are the most booked hotels in Worksop?

One of the best hotels to stay in Worksop is Clumber Park Hotel & Spa.

What is the lowest price for a double room in Worksop?

Cherry Park Hall in Worksop offers one night in a double room at the price of £45.

If I want to stay in the center of Worksop, which hotels shall I consider?

Best Western Lion Hotel, Clumber Park Hotel & Spa and Cherry Park Hall are located in the central neighborhood of Worksop.

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