East Midlands - Heritage Travel Guide
Historic Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland, Lincolnshire, and Nottinghamshire
Find historic places to visit and stay in the East Midlands. Explore Robin Hood Country and the remains of Sherwood Forest, and the delights of Rutland, England's smallest county and proud of it! From the historic cities of Nottingham with its miles of underground caverns, to Lincoln with its magnificent castle and cathedral, history is never far away.
all ancient sites in Derbyshire
Peak District National Park
Robin Hood - the story of the fabled outlaw of Sherwood Forest.
Hardwick Hall is an Elizabethan mansion built in 1590 by Bess of Hardwick, Countess of Shrewsbury. One of the most remarkable women of the Elizabethan age, Bess built an extraordinary house that amazed her contemporaries with its huge expanse of windows. At a time when window glass was extremely expensive, … ... more
The Gregory is an 18th century village dining pub with 5 beautiful boutique bedrooms. It is ideally located just a couple of minutes off the A1 at Grantham and 35 minutes from Nottingham. Fabulous food combined with sumptuous accommodation. more >>
Accommodation Rating: 4
Stay From: £70.00
2. The Lace Centre in Nottingham
3. The Lincolnshire Wolds
4. Sherwood Forest Country Park - even with the tourists
5. The round towers of Belvoir Castle