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Quaint Shops

There were some nice quaint shops placed in this courtyard and some selling items at reasonable... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Tony D
Felixstowe, United Kingdom
Lovely walk

The goods: Free parking Fairly level walks on tarmac paths - pushchair & wheelchair accessible... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
lesley h
Retford, United Kingdom
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Thoresby Park, courtyard, museum and Gallery is located in the private Country Estate of Thoresby. Within the Grade 2 listed 18th Century Courtyard is a host of boutique shops along with the renowned Bay Tree Cafe along with the Queens Royal Lancers...more
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Thoresby Park | Thoresby Courtyard, Ollerton NG22 9EP, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Hall stands in a beautiful rural setting. In the courtyard, there are small independant shops, a cafe with both inside and outside seating, an art gallery and a good sized military museum with exhibits from a number of battles/wars. There is no entrance fee,...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There were some nice quaint shops placed in this courtyard and some selling items at reasonable prices ... There was a World War museum which was FREE to get in and worth a visit. Very sentimental and emotional. Nice little cafe in the corner as...More

Thank Tony D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Big grounds to Thoresby Hall. Courtyard contains great cafe, toilets and some shops. There's a 2.5 km walk around the grounds and to Perlethorpe village. Lovely walk. Flat. Through the grounds, past fields, the Church, lake and woods (see my pics). We saw a Red...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The goods: Free parking Fairly level walks on tarmac paths - pushchair & wheelchair accessible Circular route round the grounds of the gorgeous Thoresby hall hotel (see photo) to Perlethorpe & back Courtyard cafe & crafts The not so goods: The military museum was closed...More

Thank lesley h
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

walked the short distance from the Hotel lovely cafe to have drinks and snacks.Miltary Museum and some really nice shops will visit again

Thank mulderfan
Reviewed June 10, 2018

Lovely place for a walk. Excellent cafe for drinks and snacks. Shop is interesting but no farm shop. I shall go again

Thank Janice C
Reviewed June 3, 2018

After travelling through the Royal hunting forest of Sherwood, with its great oaks, one enters the Nottinghamshire Dukeries, where the aristocratic Dukes had huge mansions and massive estates. It is possible to visit all of these ancestral homes, with the exception of the one at...More

1  Thank davidharrylarder
Reviewed May 27, 2018 via mobile

Brilliant night . Lovely venue and Ben the barman was extremely welcoming and polite . He needs to keep his job as he was a gentleman and great Barman.

Thank Randomers
Reviewed May 25, 2018

Bit disappointed in this as when we visited for a late snack lunch on the Friday hardly anything was open and some 'shop' fronts had wooded doors covering what might be in there. One had a notice saying she did not open on a Friday!...More

Thank sandymac2011
Reviewed May 16, 2018

A little disappointed with the lunch by the time it was our allotted time for lunch they had run out of most things on the salad bar and was told by the chef that’s all there was !!! The outside court yard chairs where covered...More

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Callum W
January 10, 2017|
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Response from ThoresbyCourtyard | Property representative |
Car Parking is free of charge. Apologies for the delay
September 27, 2016|
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Response from ThoresbyCourtyard | Property representative |
Hi Jo. Apologies for the delay. I have only just seen this question. If you haven't visited yet, we have disabled parking signed in front of the building. The military museum is on the first floor but there is lift... More