Bed and Breakfasts in Worksop

Hodsock Priory Bed and Breakfast

In the north of Nottinghamshire, Worksop is a market town which borders on to Sherwood Forest with a variety of bed and breakfasts nearby. The country parks closely associated toSherwood Forest are known as the Dukeries given that over the years they have been variously owned by English nobility.

People staying in bed and breakfasts in Worksop will be able to easily visit the Ducal Estates like Clumber Park, Welbeck and Thoresby together with other great attractions such as the national Trust Mr Straw’s House and Creswell Crags.

If you’re considering staying in a bed and breakfast in Worksop here’s our quick guide to some of the best ones to choose from:

Browns Bed and Breakfast is located in Holbeck in near the attractions based on the Welbeck Estate such as theSchool ofArtisan Foods, theHarleyGallery and Welbeck Farm Shop. It’s also very well located for Creswell Crags and has a superb reputation from customers. There are three individually crafted rooms, impeccably laid out and breakfast at Browns is a real treat.

Also well worth a visit is The Courtyard at Hodsock Priory. The estate itself is famed for the Snowdrops festival that takes place in February each year and the setting truly couldn’t be better. A truly romantic place to stay and a very unique venue, Hodsock is perfect for a romantic weekend away.

Another superb bed and breakfast option is Woodend Farm Guesthouse located in the picturesque nearbyvillage ofCuckney close to the Welbeck Estate and Creswell crags. The building was originally built in 1700 and so has lots of period features. The property still maintains excellent features despite its historic status and rooms come en suite and WiFi is available throughout.

Finally, Acorn Lodge is a 4 star rated bed and breakfast guesthouse in Worksop only five minutes walk from the town centre. Family run and friendly, there is full English and continental breakfasts served and en suite facilities in all rooms.


With these different options for your choice of bed and breakfasts in Worksop, you’ll have some excellent quality places to stay for a weekend break  or stay to explore the Sherwood Forest, Dukeries area and local attractions.

Posted on 13 December 2011
Featured author: Dale Web Marketing Officer

A Mansfield lad who likes reading, running and red wine.

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