Browns

A Hotel in Holbeck, Nottinghamshire

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The Old Orchard Cottage, Holbeck, Worksop
Holbeck
Nottinghamshire
England
S80 3NF

Browns, Holbeck

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Accommodation Description:

Five Diamond, Gold Award winning bed and breakfast. Bed and Breakfast of the Year, for the Heart of England 2003, one of the best nine bed and breakfasts of 2004 for the English Tourism Council.Three en-suite garden lodges, four poster beds, peaceful rural hamlet near to Sherwood Forest.

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