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Welcome to Eastwood Hall

Address: Mansfield Road, Selston, NG16 3SS

Hotel Description

In 26 acres of landscaped gardens, this hotel is 15 minutes’ walk from central Eastwood, the birthplace of DH Lawrence. It has a fitness centre, outdoor tennis court, indoor swimming pool and sauna. On the outskirts of the quiet village, Eastwood Hall is just 5 minutes from the M1 and 10 miles west of Nottingham. Langley Mill Rail Station is 2 miles away, giving access to Nottingham in 20 minutes. Guests can enjoy a varied and locally sourced dinner menu, and a full English breakfast is served in the morning. The games room features tables for snooker and pool. Every room at Eastwood Hall has an en suite bath and shower. Each also has a TV and facilities for making tea and coffee.

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American Adventure Theme Park - Theme Park

American Adventure Theme Park - Theme Park

Distance 2.32 miles (3.71 km)
A new frontier of family fun. A wild day out for all the family, at fantastic value for money that's The American Adventure! And there's been so much going on at the Derbyshire based theme park this year. The park is undergoing a major facelift over the next two years, with new investment in rides and attractions specifically for the family and younger children. There may be less white knuckle thrills this season, but there's heaps more fun and adventure for kids aged 4-14 (and grown-ups too!) as favourites like the Runaway Train, JCB World and Buffalo Stampede are joined by fab new family rides. Blast off with Rascal Rocket, bounce aboard the Bronco Buggies and look out for more exciting new attractions throughout 2005. From the wild frontier of the old West to the final frontier of space, you're guaranteed an American adventure that will keep you smiling all day long. Ride the railroad, cruise the lake on the Mississippi paddleboats, chat to a chipmunk in the adventure farm and remember to keep an eye open for Rocky Racoon and Miss Hugsy Bear too!

Horsley Lodge Golf Club - Horsley - Golf

Horsley Lodge Golf Club - Horsley - Golf

Distance 5.47 miles (8.76 km)
Horsley Lodge Golf Course was re-designed in 1999 by Britains Walker Cup captain and former World Champion, Peter McEvoy. It was the first USGA specification 18 hole course in The Midlands and is quite spectacular. Expertly moulded into 168 acres of wonderful Derbyshire countryside, this remains a thinking course where a variety of shot making skills are necessary to arrive at the green, where subtle undulations provide the golfer with a further challenge. McEvoys design skills have made it a wonderful golfing experience.

Erewash Valley Golf Club - Ilkeston - Golf

Erewash Valley Golf Club - Ilkeston - Golf

Distance 6.06 miles (9.7 km)
Formed in 1905, the Erewash Valley Golf Club fully deserves its reputation as a top class golf course. An excellent and scenic use of natural features provides enjoyable year round golfing, and will test the skills of all standards of golfer. The well maintained 18 hole course along with our welcoming clubhouse is a favourite with golfing societies and for corporate days out. We also provide an excellent sixteen acre practice area, a par 3, and putting greens adjacent to the clubhouse. On site is the professionals shop with golfing tuition and lessons available.

Newstead Abbey - Historical Houses

Newstead Abbey - Historical Houses

Distance 6.21 miles (9.93 km)
Founded as a monastic house in the late twelfth century, Newstead became the Byron family seat in 1540. Newstead's most famous owner, the poet Lord Byron, sold the property in 1818. Newstead Abbey remained a private country house until 1931, when it was presented to the Nottingham Corporation for the public to enjoy. Explore the medieval cloisters, splendid Victorian room settings and the private apartments of the poet Byron. Browse in the library and marvel at the extensive panelling in the Great Hall, all reputed to have come from a single oak tree! See the fascinating collection of paintings and furniture throughout the house. A display for families invites you to try on replicas of some of Lord Byrons favourite clothes and be transformed into the romantic hero!