Unicorn Hotel By Marstons Inns

Historic Inn in Gunthorpe, Nottinghamshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Trentside Gunthorpe
Gunthorpe
Nottinghamshire
England
NG14 7FB

Unicorn Hotel By Marstons Inns, Gunthorpe

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Staying at the Unicorn This 17th century former coaching house is situated on the banks of the River Trent in the picturesque village of Gunthorpe. This hotel offers a very warm welcome and is ideal for business travellers and tourists alike. Following a major refurbishment throughout this riverside pub now boosts 14 individually styled bedrooms.

Stunning river views and walks are enhanced by local tourist attractions such as Sherwood Forest Clumber Park and Newark (famous for its antique shops & fayres). The Unicorn offers family friendly service with fabulous cask ales including Marston s Pedigree and Cumberland Ale. Eating at the Unicorn Rotisserie chicken is a house speciality and there is always a good selection of homemade specials.

Occasions such as engagements anniversaries or birthdays are catered for. Why not treat yourself and stay in our luxurious Rose Room and either enjoy a cosy meal for two or a family meal around our individually styled Tavern table .

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From: £45.00


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