Known as the ‘Gateway to the Dukeries’, the surrounding ducal seats of Clumber House, Thoresby Hall, Welbeck Abbey, Rufford Abbey and Worksop Manor and Rufford Park provide an intriguing backdrop for exploring the unique local heritage.
Some truly stunning walking routes are located nearby, not forgetting Robin Hood’s stash at the famed Major Oak and the lovely wooded trails around Sherwood Forest.
The local history denoting the origin of the Pilgrim Fathers and the Mayflower Trail is also well worth exploring, revealing the incredible story of the original Separatists in England and the Pilgrim Fathers who settled in Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA and how this shaped the celebration of Thanksgiving.
Dogs are not permitted in any guest bedrooms, bedroom corridors, spa, function rooms or public areas, with the exception of the vestibule area located close to Reception. This policy was introduced in September 2015 for the general benefit of guests and the hotel team and to protect Clumber Park Hotel and Spa property. The exception to this is Assistance Dogs, which would include dogs for the blind or visually impaired, or dogs for the deaf or hard of hearing.
This policy also applies to any other domestic pet.