The word is spreading about Thoresby, we’ve made it into the Sunday Times newspaper!
The article talks about taking a holiday to the wonderful Sherwood Forest, an area of the world that boasts medieval landscapes bursting with ancient oaks, secret bridleways and enchanting stately homes.
And what do you do when taking a break in Sherwood Forest? You make a visit to Thoresby, where you can see glass-blowing demonstrations with Ingrid Pears, snap up locally made jewellery from David Fowkes, crafts from Craft Corner and small-batch spirits from Tippled Pink along with so much more to see and do! And we completely agree…Thoresby is the best!
The article goes on to talk about the other exciting places surrounding Thoresby such as Clumber Park and Welbeck Estate, where you can go to eat, drink and be merry and where to stay to pitch up for the night or 7.
We think they missed a trick when talking about ‘Where You Stay’, the amazing Sherwood Hideaways are the perfect place to hideaway in Sherwood Forest- Nottinghamshire Tourism’s Holiday Village of the Year, which is located on the Thoresby estate. Sherwood Hideaway offer stunning lodges in a stunning setting with luxury holiday accommodation, all include hot tubs and some are dog-friendly and have disabled access too.
You can find out more about Thoresby Park checking out more of the website and our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. For more information about the Sherwood Hideaways on Thoresby Estate, visit their website.