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Goosedale Lodges are new to the Hoseasons portfolio. With and instant wow factor it is the perfect holiday retreat.
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Haywood Oaks Golf and Country Club is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection.
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Peacock Lake Glamping is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, a stunning luxury glamping site in the heart of Nottinghamshire.
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Sherwood Castle Holiday Forest is in the heart of beautiful Robin Hood Country in arguably the most famous forest in England.
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Nestled deep within Sherwood Forest, The Sherwood Hideaway Lodges offer a luxurious retreat for couples and families alike.
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Wild Acre Village at Sundown Adventureland is an outstanding new addition to our Bouja Boutique Break Collection for 2021.
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Nottinghamshire Visitor's Guide

Embark on a journey to Nottinghamshire, a treasure trove of vibrant culture, lush green spaces, and adrenaline-pumping activities. Savour the local cuisine, from hearty pub classics to innovative dishes at award-winning eateries. Explore Sherwood Forest, once the stomping ground of the legendary Robin Hood, and now a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Get your heart racing with watersports at the National Water Sports Centre or unwind in the serenity of the Peak District's fringes. For a unique stay, opt for a cosy lodge or cabin, perfect for couples, families, or a group of friends seeking an unforgettable escape. Fun fact: Nottinghamshire is home to the oldest inn in England, Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, dating back to 1189AD!

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Nottinghamshire?

Nottinghamshire is a gem in the heart of England, brimming with cultural vibrancy and green landscapes. It's the land of Robin Hood, where legends lace the ancient oaks of Sherwood Forest. In 2024, the area is buzzing with new attractions and events, including the Nottinghamshire County Show and the Robin Hood Festival. Lodges offer a unique charm here, providing a cosy, private base to explore the county's nooks and crannies. Unlike hotels, they give you a slice of the great outdoors, right on your doorstep. Nottinghamshire stands out for its blend of myth, nature, and modern city life, making it an unparalleled destination for your lodge break.

If you're visiting Nottinghamshire with kids

Absolutely, Nottinghamshire is a playground for the little ones! From the enchanting Sherwood Forest to the thrilling Wheelgate Park, there's an adventure around every corner. Lodges are ideal for families, offering space and freedom for kids to play and explore. They're a home away from home, often with entertainment and amenities tailored for young guests.

Here's what you should pack for the kiddos:

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for forest adventures
  2. Rain gear – the weather can be unpredictable
  3. Swimwear for water parks or lodge pools
  4. Binoculars for bird watching in nature reserves
  5. Costumes for themed events at Nottingham Castle or Sherwood Forest
  6. Sunscreen for those surprisingly sunny English days
  7. A camera or sketchbook for capturing memories
  8. Favorite snacks for picky eaters
  9. A good book or games for cosy evenings in the lodge
  10. Any necessary medication or first-aid essentials

Pet Friendly Nottinghamshire Adventures

Nottinghamshire rolls out the green carpet for pets, especially dogs. You'll find a good number of pet-friendly lodges, some with enclosed gardens perfect for your furry friend to roam safely. When it comes to dining out, The Fable in Nottingham welcomes dogs with open arms, as does The Forest Lodge in Edwinstowe. A top tip for visiting with dogs is to check out the local area for pet services like doggy daycares or vets, just in case.

Dog walking ideas in Nottinghamshire

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Sherwood Forest Art and Craft Centre Various Ancient woodland, historical sites NG21 9RN
Clumber Park Up to 7 Lake, parkland, woodland S80 3AZ
Rufford Abbey Country Park Up to 5 Lakeside, gardens, ruins NG22 9DF
Newstead Abbey Park Various Gardens, lakes, poetic heritage NG15 8NA
Bestwood Country Park Up to 10 Woodland, heathland, industrial history NG6 8TQ

Nottinghamshire is a treasure trove for dog walkers, with routes that whisk you through the pages of history and stunning natural beauty. Whether you're after a short stroll or a lengthy hike, there's a path that's paw-perfect for you and your four-legged companion.

Romantic Breaks for Couples

If you're looking to whisk your partner away for some quality time together, consider the lodges in Nottinghamshire for a romantic retreat. Imagine unwinding in a secluded lodge, perhaps with a bubbling hot tub under the stars – it's the perfect setting to reconnect. Some lodges go the extra mile, offering pamper packs that include champagne, chocolates, and scented candles to set the mood.

For couples who enjoy being pampered, there are lodges that provide spa experiences, ensuring relaxation is at the top of your agenda. And when it comes to dining out, Nottinghamshire boasts quaint country pubs and fine dining restaurants that offer intimate settings for a romantic meal. The combination of privacy, luxury, and the serene Nottinghamshire countryside creates an idyllic backdrop for love to bloom.

Local Cuisine and Dining Experiences

Nottinghamshire's local cuisine is hearty and satisfying, with dishes like the traditional Bramley apple pie originating from here. For a taste of local ale and classic British fare, check out The Olde Trip to Jerusalem, which claims to be one of England's oldest pubs. Families looking for a welcoming spot should head to The Apple Tree in West Bridgford, known for its friendly service and diverse menu.

Couples might enjoy the intimate atmosphere of Restaurant Sat Bains, a two-Michelin-starred establishment offering a unique dining experience. The tasting menus here are an exploration of flavor and innovation, perfect for a special evening out.

For a good night out

Nottinghamshire comes alive at night with a variety of options to suit any taste. If you're after a traditional pub experience, Ye Olde Salutation Inn is a hit with locals and visitors alike, thanks to its lively atmosphere and historical charm. For those who prefer a more modern setting, The Hockley Arts Club offers creative cocktails in a quirky environment.

For live music enthusiasts, Rock City is a legendary venue that hosts a range of artists and bands. And if you're looking for laughs, the Glee Club Nottingham is a great spot for comedy shows.


Nottinghamshire is a haven for anglers, with numerous lakes and rivers offering tranquil fishing spots. Here's a list of some of the main fishing locations:

  • Clumber Park Lake - Worksop, S80 3AZ
  • Hallcroft Fishery - Retford, DN22 7RA
  • Janson Fishery - Elton, NG13 9FA
  • Sherwood Forest Fishery - Mansfield, NG21 9HL
  • Lakeview Fishing Lake - Newark, NG22 0DY

Outdoor Adventures

For those seeking thrills, Go Ape Sherwood offers treetop adventures and zip-lining. It's a fantastic way to experience the forest from above. Prices start from around £20 for kids and £33 for adults, with seasonal opening times typically from February to November.

Water sports enthusiasts can head to National Water Sports Centre in Holme Pierrepont, which offers activities like white water rafting, canoeing, and kayaking. Expect to pay around £15-£50 depending on the activity, with most available throughout the year.

Shopping and Souvenirs

NameTypeOn OfferPostcode
Victoria CentreShopping CentreHigh street brands, food courtNG1 3QN
Bridlesmith GateBoutique ShopsDesigner labels, unique giftsNG1 2GR
The ExchangeShopping ArcadeLuxury goods, artNG1 2DD
Old Market SquareOutdoor MarketLocal crafts, souvenirsNG1 2BY
Southwell MinsterCathedral ShopReligious gifts, booksNG25 0HD

Nottinghamshire offers a diverse shopping experience, from bustling city centre malls to quaint market towns. Whether you're after high street fashion, unique boutiques, or local crafts, you'll find plenty of options to choose from.


Top lodge breaks for 2024 in Nottinghamshire

Peacock Lake Glamping, Nottinghamshire

Driving Distance: 9.29 miles / About 16 minutes | Sleeps: 2 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Peacock Lake Glamping offers an exclusive, luxurious glamping experience with stylish pods, each boasting a private hot tub, nestled in the serene village of Gunthorpe by the River Trent.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for couples seeking a romantic getaway, Peacock Lake Glamping provides a tranquil setting with contemporary comforts, perfect for those looking to unwind and enjoy the picturesque surroundings.

What can you do here? Onsite, guests can indulge in complimentary fishing, relax in the cosy games room, or explore the local pubs and award-winning restaurants just a short stroll away in Gunthorpe village.

What's nearby? Nearby attractions include the vibrant city of Nottingham (about 20 minutes drive) and the legendary Sherwood Forest (about 35 minutes drive), offering a range of activities and historical sites to explore.

Accommodation options: Peacock Lake Glamping features luxurious pods designed for couples, with modern amenities, private bathrooms, and secluded outdoor spaces with hot tubs, ensuring a romantic and relaxing break. Note that pets are not allowed.

Beechwood Park, Derbyshire

Driving Distance: 25.77 miles / About 36 minutes | Sleeps: 2-6 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Beechwood Park is a serene retreat set in the Derbyshire countryside, offering rustic lodges with open plan layouts, quaint bedrooms, and a tranquil setting for relaxation and exploration.

Who will love these lodges? Families and couples looking for a peaceful countryside escape will appreciate the comfortable lodges and the idyllic rural setting, perfect for reconnecting with nature and each other.

What can you do here? Guests can enjoy onsite fishing, a tackle shop, and laundry facilities, with additional charges applicable for some services.

What's nearby? The lodge is within easy reach of the bustling market town of Melbourne (about 20 minutes drive) and the historic Elvaston Castle (about 15 minutes drive), offering a variety of experiences for visitors.

Accommodation options: Beechwood Park provides rustic lodges suitable for couples or families, with options ranging from two to six guests. The lodges feature open plan living areas, verandas, and are designed for comfort and relaxation. Pets are not permitted.

Ranksborough Hall, Leicestershire

Driving Distance: 36.55 miles / About 52 minutes | Sleeps: 4-5 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Ranksborough Hall is nestled in beautifully landscaped grounds, offering a peaceful retreat in a historic setting, with the charming village of Langham and its pubs within walking distance.

Who will love these lodges? Those seeking tranquillity and a touch of history will be drawn to Ranksborough Hall, with its elegant lodges and easy access to Rutland's outdoor activities and country homes.

What can you do here? The site offers a relaxing environment with the option to bring pets, and the lodges come with outdoor hot tubs for that extra touch of luxury.

What's nearby? Attractions such as Rutland Water (about 25 minutes drive) and the towns of Oakham and Uppingham (both about 15 minutes drive) offer a range of activities from water sports to boutique shopping.

Accommodation options: The accommodation at Ranksborough Hall ranges from holiday homes to contemporary lodges, sleeping 4 to 5 guests, with some pet-friendly options. All lodges feature modern amenities, outdoor hot tubs, and stylish interiors.

Knights Lodges, Derbyshire

Driving Distance: 41.14 miles / About 51 minutes | Sleeps: 2-6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Knights Lodges provides a luxurious escape with contemporary lodges set amidst the rolling hills of South Derbyshire, offering spectacular views and a balance of seclusion and accessibility.

Who will love these lodges? Perfect for families and groups seeking a high-end rural retreat, Knights Lodges offers a range of modern lodges with spacious living areas and outdoor hot tubs to enjoy the countryside vistas.

What can you do here? The lodges are designed for relaxation and come equipped with modern kitchens, while the outdoor hot tubs are perfect for unwinding after a day of exploring.

What's nearby? The nearby town of Burton-On-Trent (about 20 minutes drive) is known for its breweries and traditional pubs, while the Peak District National Park (about 45 minutes drive) offers endless opportunities for outdoor adventures.

Accommodation options: Knights Lodges offers a selection of luxurious lodges, some of which are pet-friendly. Accommodations range from two to six guests, with new lodges added in 2022, all featuring outdoor hot tubs and stunning views.


Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In Nottinghamshire

Robin Hood's Wheelgate Park

  • Opening Times: 10:00am - 5:00pm
  • Prices: Adults £12.95, Children £12.95
  • Postcode: NG22 8HX
  • Est. time required: 4-6 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

If you're after a family-friendly adventure, Robin Hood's Wheelgate Park is a must-visit. It's an all-action theme park and waterpark rolled into one. From thrilling rides for the older kids to friendly farm animals for the little ones, there's something for everyone. Don't miss the Alien Galaxy Zone – it's out of this world! The best time to visit is during the week when it's less crowded. To get more from your visit, check out their annual pass options if you're local – it's great value!

Phone number: 01623 882773 | Web:

Nottingham Castle

  • Opening Times: 10:00am - 5:00pm
  • Prices: Adults £13.00, Children £9.00
  • Postcode: NG1 6EL
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: City centre car parks nearby

For a slice of history, Nottingham Castle stands proudly over the city. It's a beacon of heritage with its art gallery, museum, and the legendary tales of Robin Hood. The recent refurbishment has added interactive exhibits that bring the stories to life. Art lovers and history enthusiasts will be in their element here. To avoid the crowds, try visiting early in the morning or later in the afternoon. And definitely check out the views from the castle grounds – they're stunning!

Phone number: 0115 876 1400 | Web:

The National Ice Centre

  • Opening Times: Varies, check website for public skating times
  • Prices: Adults from £8.50, Children from £7.50
  • Postcode: NG1 1LA
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Lace Market Car Park

Whether you're a seasoned skater or just starting out, The National Ice Centre is cool in every sense. It's home to the GB Speed Skating Team, so you know the ice is top-notch. They offer themed skating nights and family-friendly sessions. If you're looking to improve your skills, consider booking a lesson. The best time to visit is during their off-peak sessions for a more relaxed vibe. Don't forget to wear warm clothes – it gets chilly on the ice!

Phone number: 0843 373 3000 | Web:

Sherwood Forest

  • Opening Times: 10:00am - 5:00pm
  • Prices: Free entry, parking charges apply
  • Postcode: NG21 9HN
  • Est. time required: 2-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: Forest car park

Step into the legendary Sherwood Forest, the ancient royal hunting forest famous for its association with Robin Hood. It's a nature lover's paradise with walking trails, diverse wildlife, and the iconic Major Oak. The forest is perfect for families, hikers, and anyone looking to escape into nature. To make the most of your visit, grab a trail map and explore the lesser-known paths. And keep an eye out for the forest's varied birdlife – it's a real treat for birdwatchers!


Creswell Crags

  • Opening Times: 10:00am - 5:30pm (Museum & Visitor Centre)
  • Prices: Free entry, charges for tours and parking
  • Postcode: S80 3LH
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

For a day out with a prehistoric twist, Creswell Crags is a hidden gem. It's a limestone gorge dotted with caves that were once home to Ice Age hunters. The cave tours are fascinating – you'll see ancient carvings and learn about life thousands of years ago. It's ideal for families and anyone interested in archaeology or geology. The best time to visit is on a weekday to avoid the weekend rush. And don't miss the museum – it's packed with intriguing artefacts.

Phone number: 01909 720378 | Web:

Newstead Abbey

  • Opening Times: Grounds: 9:00am - dusk, House: see website for details
  • Prices: Grounds: £6 per car, House: Adults £8, Children £5
  • Postcode: NG15 8NA
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

Literature fans, take note: Newstead Abbey is the ancestral home of the poet Lord Byron. The house is filled with Byron memorabilia, and the gardens are simply breathtaking. It's a romantic spot, perfect for couples or anyone who appreciates the beauty of English heritage gardens. To see the gardens at their best, visit in spring or summer. And make sure to enjoy a leisurely walk around the lake – it's a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle.

Phone number: 01623 455900 | Web:

Remember, when you're planning your trip to Nottinghamshire, consider staying in one of the many cosy lodges in the area. They offer a unique experience, often nestled in picturesque locations, providing a perfect base to explore these attractions. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or a family adventure, lodges in Nottinghamshire cater to all needs, adding that extra touch of comfort and charm to your visit.


This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cosy retreat with all the comforts of home, but surrounded by Nottinghamshire's tranquil countryside. Many lodges offer spacious living areas, modern amenities, and often a private hot tub. It's a chance to unwind, enjoy nature, and explore local attractions at your own pace.

What should I pack when visiting Nottinghamshire?

Pack for the outdoors – walking boots and layers are key for exploring the countryside. Don't forget swimwear for hot tub lodges and a waterproof jacket. For evenings, casual attire is generally fine, but pack something smart if you plan to visit upscale restaurants or theatres.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in Nottinghamshire offer adjacent parking, making it super convenient to unload your gear. Check with your specific lodge as some may have a central parking area with a short walk to your accommodation – it's all about preserving that peaceful environment.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rain needn't dampen your spirits. Many lodges come with board games, books, and TVs. Plus, Nottinghamshire boasts indoor attractions like City of Caves or White Post Farm for family fun. And let's be honest, hot tubs are even better when it's a bit drizzly outside!

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely, many local eateries and supermarkets offer delivery services to lodges. Apps like Just Eat or Deliveroo may cover your location, but also consider supporting local businesses – some even provide hampers or prepped meals for that authentic Nottinghamshire taste.

Is Nottinghamshire a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Definitely! Off-season visits mean fewer crowds and often better deals on lodges. Nottinghamshire's landscapes are stunning in autumn and spring, and there are plenty of year-round attractions like Nottingham Castle and The Workhouse, Southwell.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, hot tub hygiene is a top priority. Your hot tub will be thoroughly cleaned and water quality checked before you check in. Most lodges will also provide instructions for simple maintenance during your stay to keep the water inviting.

Are there any pet-friendly lodges in Nottinghamshire?

You bet! Many lodges welcome pets, so your furry friends can join the adventure. Places like Sherwood Forest Lodges are perfect for dog walks. Just confirm with the lodge beforehand, as some may charge a small extra fee for pets.

How accessible are lodges for those with mobility issues?

Many lodges are designed with accessibility in mind, featuring ramp access, ground-floor bedrooms, and walk-in showers. It's best to discuss your specific needs with the lodge provider in advance to ensure they can accommodate you comfortably.

What local attractions should we not miss?

Don't miss the legendary Sherwood Forest, home to the Robin Hood legend. For a unique experience, visit The National Videogame Museum in Nottingham city. And for a bit of culture, catch a show at the Royal Concert Hall. There's something for everyone in Nottinghamshire.

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