Thursday, April 8, 2010

Laurel Farm in Nottinghamshire, England

Nottingham is located in the county town of Nottinghamshire in central England. The town is most famous for its tales of Robin Hood, and its castle , which was the headquarters of Richard III before the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485. Travelers can enjoy Robin Hood attractions at the 'The Tales of Robin Hood, which hosts parties, medieval banquets, and other attractions. Other area activities include open-air Shakespeare, music in the part, and the Goose Fair and the Robin Hood Pageant every October.

Laurel Farm is an old farmhouse on four acres, with many animals. All guest rooms are spacious, individually decorated and have a TV and hospitality tray. The farmhouse is situated on a quiet lane off the A606. Breakfast is served in guest's own dining room and consists of only local produce and our own free-range eggs used. The breakfast menu includes choices from full English to smoked salmon.

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