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Heritage splendour at Alfreton Hall

An elegant Georgian country house, Alfreton Hall in the Derbyshire town of Alfreton enjoys a wonderful position within easy access of some of England's most beautiful countryside. The history of the estate goes back to Norman times, but by the 17th century it was owned by the Morewood family, who were linked to local industry, mainly in coal mining. Today it caters for a wide variety of functions, events and celebrations.

What to see in delightful Derbyshire

There's so much to see and do that's within easy reach of Alfreton Hall. The Nearby Crich Tramway Museum is a great family day out, although note it's closed in winter, or for a thrill-seeking ride take the cable car up to the dizzying Heights of Abraham. Kids will love playing at Gulliver's Kingdom and you can stop for fish and chips at the bizarrely flamboyant Victorian spa town of Matlock Bath. Carsington Water, just over half an hour away, makes for a beautiful waterside stroll.

Visit Robin Hood's home in Nottingham

The buzzing Midlands city of Nottingham is only half an hour away and well worth a visit. Head to Nottingham Castle to tour the city's fascinating caves, nosey round the shops in posh Bridlesmith Gate, hunt for bargains in the trendy charity shops of Hockley, and if you feel you need more exercise enjoy a good value skating session at the National Ice Centre. Looking for accommodation Near Alfreton Hall? Travelodge Alfreton Hotel could not be more convenient or Travelodge Mansfield Hotel is also close.