Things to see and do - Newark-on-Trent
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Newark-on-Trent Travel guide
Newark-on-Trent : Michelin's recommendations
This largely Georgian town was called "one of the most elegant in England" by John Wesley. Its most interesting sites are the castle and marketplace.
Tourist attractions Newark-on-Trent : Things to see and do
Castle Gate GB - Newark-on-Trent NG24 1BG
The castle where King John died (1216) and King Charles gave up his struggle was raised by Alexander, Bishop of Lincoln. It was besieged during the Civil War; the keep overlooking the Trent has not survived but there are traces of the 12C gateway, th..
Market Place GB - Newark-on-Trent NG22 0LL
The Market Place, dominated by the 77 m-high spire of St Mary Magdalene Church, is an attractive mixture of styles. The interior is lit by a vast windowed area in the transept. Note the brass to Alan Fleming (d 1361) and the wall painting representin..
Lincoln Road GB - Newark upon Trent NG24 2DB
Premier Inn Newark is just off the A46 between Nottingham and Lincoln, and close to the A1. It has an on-site Table Table restaurant, free parking and very comfortable rooms. Some rooms at Premier Inn can take 2 adults and up to 2 children (under 16..
Main Street GB - Ollerton NG22 9AD
Prix Prices from : 70 £
Overlooking the River Maun, the Georgian Hop Pole Hotel offers a restaurant, bar, and a large enclosed garden with a children’s play area. In the village of Ollerton, it is adjacent to Ollerton Watermill. The rooms include tea and coffee making faci..
Main Street, Kelham GB - Newark upon Trent NG23 5QP
Prix Prices from : 110 £
In 9 acres of parkland and landscaped grounds, this country house has designer bedrooms and 2 dining rooms with beautiful views. Kelham House Country Hotel is 2 miles from Newark. Morning coffee, afternoon tea and light lunches are available in the ..