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Hotels in Doncaster

You've booked your tickets, you've bought your hat, you've even picked out your lucky horse, now you just need to decide where you're going to stay for your trip to Doncaster races. Travelodge can help with that! With the best budget accommodation in the area, finding a hotel near Doncaster that won't break the bank is just a few clicks away. So what are you waiting for? If you want to get a great night's sleep in a hotel that's conveniently close to the action, and want to have plenty of money left over for race day, then book now.

Cheap hotels in Doncaster

The Doncaster Hotel is just 6 miles from Doncaster's bustling centre where there are a range of top bars, shops and restaurants to enjoy. It is also just 7 miles from the racecourse, making it the perfect base from which to enjoy Doncaster races. Or, how about the Pontefract Ferrybridge Hotel for some brilliant budget accommodation? With its proximity to the A1 and the M62 it's a great choice for people wanting to explore Yorkshire by car. The Barnsley Hotel also has great transport links, with Barnsley train station just 2 miles away, while the two Wakefield Woolley Edge Hotels, one on the M1 northbound and another on the M1 southbound are perfect for breaking up long journeys with a comfortable overnight stopover.

Things to do near Doncaster

It's not just about Doncaster races though, from your hotel in Doncaster, you'll have the chance to explore the whole of South Yorkshire. How about a trip to Conisbrough Castle? Owned by English Heritage, visiting this 12th century keep is like stepping back into Medieval England. Or for some more modern culture head to Doncaster Museum and Art Galleries, right in the centre of town, just a few minutes from the train station or, a little further out, Cusworth Hall Museum is set within acres of beautiful parkland. Also close by is Brodsworth Hall and Gardens, a fascinating replica of a Victorian family home. With so much to choose from, Doncaster is the perfect activity-packed UK break.