Explore Southwell

Southwell is often referred to as the ‘Jewel in Nottinghamshire’s crown’. Explore one of the prettiest towns in Nottinghamshire and discover the stunning Southwell Minster, a magnificent cathedral.

The Minster is famous for it’s two lead-capped spires, known locally as the pepper-pot spires and is only a stone’s throw away from the high street.

At the historic center of the town, there are a mix of independent shops, café’s, bars and restaurants for you to enjoy and experience some of Southwell’s local cuisine.

Nearby is the Archbishop’s Palace and Gardens which is a fantastic place to explore steeped in the rich history of Southwell’s battle-scarred and destroyed momuments from the Civil War. Beyond Southwell is Sherwood Forest, the home of Robin Hood and the historical market town of Newark.

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The Workhouse

Walk the pauper's path to enter the finest preserved example [...]

2019-10-30T10:32:33+00:00

The Workhouse

Walk the pauper's path to enter the finest preserved example [...]

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Bramley Apple Inn

The Bramley Apple Inn

The Bramley Apple Inn, Church Street, Southwell, UK

The Reindeer

Reindeer Inn

The Reindeer Inn, Westgate, Southwell, UK

La Parisienne Southwell

La Parisienne

La Parisienne, King Street, Southwell, UK

Rose and Sweet Briar Self Catering Cottages

Hill Farm, Kersall, Newark, Nottinghamshire. NG22 0BJ

Southwell market

Southwell Market

Market Place, Southwell, UK

Southwell Retreat Glamping Pods

Southwell Retreat Glamping Pods

Normanton Rd, Southwell NG25 0PU, UK

The Old Vicarage Boutique hotel - Visit Southwell

The Old Vicarage Boutique

The Old Vicarage Boutique Wedding and Events Venue, Southwell, Nottinghamshire, UK

The Waggon - Visit Southwell

The Waggon

The Turnpike, Newark NG22, UK

Station House - Visit Southwell

Station House

Station House, Station Rd, Southwell NG25 0ET, UK

Topiary Tea Room

Topiary Tea Room

Oxton Rd, Southwell NG25 0RW, UK

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