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Warners Thoresby Hall

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 4 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TCRU8721

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

4 days

Adult Only

One of Nottinghamshire's most important houses, Thoresby's original features are still enjoyed by Warner's guests today.

Thoresby Hall owns 30 acres of Grade I listed gardens within the Thoresby estate. The house’s broad terrace overlooks a croquet lawn and classic parkland, and has one of the best examples of a Victorian rose garden within the UK.

PRICE FROM ? £589 per person
Plan My Trip



  • 3 nights accommodation with breakfast & dinner
  • Use of leisure facilities
  • Live entertainment
  • Excursion to Southwell Victorian Workhouse & Edwinstowe
  • Optional Excursion to Nottingham 


Day 1 - Your holiday begins once on your holiday coach at interchange heading to Thoresby Hall with a comfort stop en route. 4 nights here with breakfast & dinner included.

Days 2 & 3   At leisure with one  included excursion &  one optional excursion 

Southwell Victorian Workhouse & Edwinstowe
A millennia-old cathedral, stone carvings so intricate they've had poems written about them, the most complete historic workhouse standing today, family-run tea rooms, and the home of the bramley apple, celebrated with its own festival every October. Entrance Included. Following onto Edwinstowe.

Robin Hood's Village - Edwinstowe
Edwinstowe is an historic village in the heart of Sherwood Forest, the home of Robin Hood. Legend has it that it was here, at the beautiful medieval church of St Mary, that Robin married Maid Marian. The High Street is home to a statue in their honour.

Edwinstowe takes its name from the holy shrine or resting place - ''stowe'' of King Edwin, the Saxon king of Northumbria who was slain in 633AD. He was buried in Sherwood Forest so that his enemies could not lay hands on his body and a small wooden chapel was later erected. The Church of St Mary's was rebuilt in stone in 1175. This is a vibrant and busy village with a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs.

On the outskirts of the village, just past the church, is the Sherwood Forest Art and Craft Centre. Here a you can find a number of craft shops including handmade chocolates, vintage fabrics, jewellery and a cafe. Just a 10 minute walk from the village is the Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre and National Nature Reserve, the legendary home of Robin Hood. Many of the oaks in Sherwood Forest have stood for over 5 centuries and the mighty Major Oak (Robin Hood's tree) is estimated to be over 800 years old. 

City of Nottingham 
Known across the globe for its legendary connections to the famous outlaw Robin Hood, Nottingham also has plenty of other attractions to interest the coach holiday visitor. 
Nottingham Castle houses a museum, art gallery and tourist centre rolled into one with fabulous gardens and caves that you can explore under the castle grounds. In fact, there are many caves built under Nottingham and the award-winning City of Caves attraction is well worth a visit giving you access to a network of man-made caves carved out of sandstone.

At the foot of the rock below Nottingham Castle is Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, said to be England's oldest pub with the year 1189 AD painted on the walls where you can enjoy traditional ales at the bar or outside in the beer garden.

Don't miss a visit to the Lace Market which has many beautiful historic buildings, the main attraction being St Mary's Church dating back to the 1400s. Nottingham was famous for its lace in the 1800s and at its height there were 130 factories producing lace to export all over the world.


Festival – 70’s featuring Mud 2 with 70’s Glam Rock Classics plus four more live acts during the 3 night stay. DJ every night.

Day 4 - After breakfast your homeward journey commences and with ample refreshment stops on the way you will arrive back in your local towns mid evening. Back to top


Thoresby Hall

Thoresby Hall is a magnificent Grade I listed stately house bordering Robin Hood’s Sherwood Forest. Historic features include a vaulted Great Hall, carved wooden fireplaces, historic lounges and a library. Rooms range from historic suites with four-posters and roll top baths to standard rooms, all with contemporary comfort. Leisure facilities offer a complete feel-good experience with an indoor heated pool, bubble pool, Scandinavian sauna, aroma cave steam room and a relaxation lounge.

There are deep armchairs in the vaulted splendour of the Great Hall, and the house’s broad terrace overlooks a croquet lawn and acres of classic parkland.

There are two restaurants on site as well as an indoor pool and fitness studio. 

There is also a wide range of spa treatments available.  (Must be pre-booked) 

Every room has free Wi-FI, towels, a TV, hairdryer, comfy chairs and reading lights as well as tea & coffee making facilities with biscuits.

Interesting facts about Thoresby Hall:

- Grade I listed stately house.

- Grade I listed gardens.

- There’s been a house on the site since 1598 but the present building dates from 1864, designed by Anthony Salvin, architect of the day.

Filming location of ‘Great Expectations’ in 1999.



Festival – 70’s featuring Mud 2 with 70’s Glam Rock Classics plus four more live acts during the 3 night stay. DJ every night.

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