A time capsule of early 20th-century life, Mr Straw's House is a suburban house in a residential area of Worksop, captured just as it was in the 1920s when it was inhabited by the eccentric Straw family. The house displays an eclectic mix of period costumes, memorabilia, and household items. 5-7 Blyth Grove,
England, S81 0JG
Papplewick Pumping Station is a wonderfully ornate example of Victorian architecture. It was built in 1885 at a total cost of 55,000 pounds to help supply the city of Nottingham with fresh water and is the finest example of a Victorian waterworks in England.
Probably the best-preserved workhouse in England, the Southwell Workhouse is a reminder of those not-too-fondly remembered days when poor families were forced to live and work in harsh conditions in a forerunner of our modern welfare system. Upton Road,
England, NG25 0PT
The Lace Market Hotel is housed in an original Georgian Townhouse built in 1820 and retains many of its original grand features. Beautifully re-furbished in September 2015 the design is boutique chic and luxurious. Additional facilities include free Wi-Fi throughout the entire building as well as meeting rooms suitable for … more >>
Eastwood Hall boasts a grade listed building set in 26 acres of landscaped grounds. An ideal setting for a leisure break, or corporate event. Just 5 minutes off junction 26 or 27 of the M1 motorway. Close to Nottingham City Centre and East Midlands Airport. Eastwood Hall has 150 bedrooms, … more >>