Newstead Abbey is nestled right in the heart of Nottinghamshire’s countryside, surrounded by sweeping gardens and picturesque parkland.
Originally a monastery in the 12th century, Newstead was also home to the county’s famous writer and poet Lord Byron during his lifetime.
The gardens and parkland stretch for over 300 acres and take in not only woodland but also lakes and waterfalls.
The abbey epitomises a perfect tranquil escape for a family day out all year round.
Whether you visit in the height of summer or winter, Newstead always provides the picture perfect location with history and heritage bursting from the seams.
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