• Outdoor hot tub
    • Flat-screen TV
    • Freeview/DVD/CD
    • iPod docking station

Sherwood Hideaway Lodges

    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Thoresby Hall Spa
    • The Blue Grill Restaurant
    • Shops and galleries

Sherwood Forest Lodges

    • Ranger-guided walks
    • Hot tub
    • Children play area
    • A host of adventure activities

Relax in Your Own Nottinghamshire Hot Tub Lodge 

Whoever said that holiday making is for the wealthy? Look around you. People are having the time of their lives in hot tub hideaways. You would want to join this group of discerning holiday makers. They have discovered a pocket-friendly way of having fun. Join us as we take the message out there – that there is no better way to spend your break than booking your own hot tub lodge in Nottinghamshire.

So what is a hot tub lodge? Simple. It is a wooden lodge (sort of like the ones your grandpa used to take you for hunting) only this time, it comes complete with modern facilities such as state-of-the-art entertainment equipment, a modern kitchen and an outdoor hot tub.

Now in Nottinghamshire, they take this further. You will enjoy mile upon mile of open countryside. Lush meadows, rolling hills and towering woodlands punctuate the landscape. You will go exploring quaint little towns with friendly people. Your kids will love the fresh country air. You will soak your tired limbs in a hot tub as you watch the lovely Nottinghamshire’s night sky.


Nottinghamshire (Notts) is a county of about 800,000 people located in the East Midlands of England. Her neighbours include Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire. It is located almost at the heart of United Kingdom and thus an ideal base to start your exploration of the entire country…but not before you enjoy all the pleasures to be had here.

The story of Nottinghamshire starts when the Romans decide that the Roman Fosse Way is going to pass there in AD 43. It would later become a Roman settlement before the Anglo-Saxons rescued it from the Romans in the 5th century AD.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Nottinghamshire

Are we hyping up Nottinghamshire?  No sir. We have below a list of 10 holiday segments that will make your holiday dreams become a reality. Take a look.

Important Sights and Landmarks 

You will probably start by visiting all the landmarks you have heard about. But we recommend you start with the following; Wollaton Hall and Park, Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, Galleries of Justice, Nottingham Castle, City of Caves, and Nottingham Arena.


If you are into old things and history, then the following museums will quench your interest; Nottingham Industrial Museum, the Great Central Railway, and Nottingham Contemporary Art Gallery.

Nature Attractions

For a time off with nature during your stay in Nottinghamshire, you are well advised to try Rushcliffe Country Park, City of Caves, The Arboretum, Stonebridge City Farm, Forest Recreation Ground, Woodthorpe Grange Park, The Hemlock Stone and Gedling Country Park.

Amusement Centres

If you are travelling with the kids, make sure you visit the Adrenaline Jungle, the National Video Game Arcade and the Lost City.

What’s in store for party goers

If you are a lover of nightlife, you will have a whopping 132 nightspots to choose from. We advise you try Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, Pitcher & Piano, Boilermaker, 400 Rabbits, the Glee Club Nottingham, and the Tilt.

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Available Outdoor Activities

The following are the outdoor activities you can enjoy in Nottinghamshire; golf, off-road tours, boat rides, scuba diving and snorkelling, balloon rides, biking, watching football and many more.

Relaxation Spots

There are tens of spas in Nottinghamshire but the most popular according to Trip Advisor include the Spa at Thoresby Hall, Aveda Joshua Tree Salon and Spa, Water Meadows Leisure Centre and the Nottingham Belfry Spa.


The following are the places to look out for during your shopping trips in Nottinghamshire; Debbie Bryan, Chocolate Utopia, Notts Derby Wine School, Intu Victoria Centre, Razzle Dazzle Pots and the Treat Kitchen.

Where to Dine

Make sure you sample the culinary options to be had at Stonebridge City Farm, Raglan Road Irish Bar, Castle Rock Brewery, The Patchings, and Navigation Brewery among others.


If you love getting your adrenaline going by playing high stake games, then Alea Nottingham, Dusk till Dawn, Nottingham Race Course and Grosvenor Casino are the places to go.

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