Explore Nottinghamshire's Pilgrim Country before a fireside retreat of afternoon tea, exquisite dining and a secluded courtyard room at Ye Olde Bell.
Ye Olde Bell started life as a farm back in the 17th century, where over the years celebrities, politicians and royalty have passed through its doors. Queen Victoria once stayed on her journey from London to York and the ‘Victoria Suite’ is named in her honour.
Restaurant Bar 1650 is a new art deco bar whilst St Leger Bistro-By-Bar offers dining besides roaring log fires, both with a heavenly menu selection.
It is the perfect base to explore the origins of the Pilgrim Fathers at nearby Scrooby, where you can take the Mayflower Trail, or at nearby Hodsock Priory.
The highlight of the winter calendar is Snowdrops, a myriad of flowers among the 5-acre garden. A magical sight you will never forget.
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