Escape to north Nottinghamshire for a romantic break, discovering ancient countryside, decadent dining and luxurious B&Bs.
Creswell Crags is an ancient limestone gorge, renowned for its Ice Age art. Pin Hole Cave in the gorge earned its name in Victorian times, when ladies would drop a hat pin in the cave in the belief that the first man they saw when they emerged would be the one they’d marry.
Indulge in a luxury weekend break at Brown’s B&B and discover the romantic history of the area on a brisk circular winter walk from the Welbeck Estate to Creswell Crags, taking in the picturesque countryside along the way.
Treat your loved one to a delightful lunch in the Lime House Cafe, soak up heritage at the renowned Harley Gallery, and enjoy a meal for two at the Elm Tree Pub.
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