Tudor Farm

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Newark, Nottinghamshire

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TUDOR FARM LOW STREET Elston
Newark
Nottinghamshire
England
NG23 5PA

Tudor Farm, Newark

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Tudor Farm is situated just off the A46 between Nottingham and Newark with the A1 five minutes drive away for easy access to the South and North. Nottingham Lincoln and Grantham are all within easy reach as are Sherwood Forest Clumber Park and Southwell Racecourse. The Bi-monthly International Antiques Fair is held in at the showground in Newark.

For those wishing to pamper themselves with a luxury spa break Eden Hall Day Spa is at the end of the road should you feel energetic enough to walk! You are assured of a warm welcome with hearty breakfasts and cozy log fires in the guests own lounge. For Guest convenience the following information has been added: Please note that due to the widening scheme of the A46 one of the two roads into the village has now permanently closed therefore the Eden Hall exit from the A46 should be taken Please could guests note that this hotel does not have credit card facilities. Therefore accounts should be settled either in cash or personal supported cheque.

Although our latest checkin time is 7pm we are happy to check you in at a later time. Just let us know your arrival time beforehand and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.

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