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Best Western Deincourt Hotel features a bar and a garden in Newark upon Trent. Wonderful clean small hotel, ideal for people attending Newark Showgrounds. The staff were polite and helpful. The room was clean. Meals were good value and well prepared, cooked. Breakfast was ordered the night beforehand but the sausages/bacon were all what I class as local butcher, not the normal highly processed type. I will stay here again.
Offering free WiFi, No.31 Castle Gate is set in Newark upon Trent. All guest rooms in the hotel are fitted with a TV. At No.31 Castle Gate all rooms include bed linen and towels. Location was excellent as was the cleanliness..Beaitiful features to an older building.
Beaumond Cross Inn features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Newark upon Trent. There is a terrace and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking. Location was excellent and so was the breakfast. Staff were very friendly. There was a good size car park.
This purpose-built country bed and breakfast is located in the beautiful rural Nottinghamshire countryside. Awarded a 3-star rating, there are traditional, comfortable rooms and free Wi-Fi access. Lovely breakfast, big comfortable bed and very friendly staff.
Featuring garden views, The White Dove Bed and Breakfast Newark Showground in Newark upon Trent features accommodations, a shared lounge, a garden, barbecue facilities and a terrace. Lovely place that we enjoyed visiting. We was out to early to catch breakfast but the owner sorted us with a takeaway breakfast which was a god send. We will be back the next time we are racing at PFI.
Newark upon Trent is a shabby town. Most commercial properties were in need of repair/upgrade. The choice of restaurants was very poor, if you didn't want Asian or pizza there was little choice. Many closed properties both residential and commercial.
Newark upon Trent is a very clean, attractive town. It has a compact town centre along with a market square, where there are plenty of shops and places to sit out and have a drink/coffee. The area near the Castle is very attractive, especially the riverside park and walk, where there are plenty of seats. Newark is roughly halfway between Nottingham and Lincoln, which are both worth a visit. It has excellent rail connections and is served by two railway stations. Newark Castle on the Nottingham to Lincoln line and Newark Northgate, on the East Coast Mainline between Kings Cross Yorkshire and Scotland.
Very pleasantly surprised. Newark is one of those places on the A1 which we'd overlooked in the past. Castle, river, loads of history and lovely people. They are proud of the town and it it shows in the general upkeep of public places. Some good places to stay and some very good food and it's easy to get to by train as well as car so we'll be going back again
We loved the town centre with its very old buildings and independent shops everywhere you looked.. plenty of places to eat and drink from snacks to meals. The castle and grounds were interesting and enough remained to make it very clear of what it was. The river was lovely floating pub, called Castle Barge moored up serving breakfast lunches and dinner with alcohol served as well.. lovely seating on the riverbank. Boat trips available. Cinema and theatre in the town. Lovely parks and gardens all around the town and Riverside. Lovely church in the centre.
On the whole it seems to be a pleasant place to be, I met lots of friendly people. I may have seen it at it's best as I was there for a Steampunk festival and the locals were all pleasantly intrigued and encouraging. The Castle grounds are a beautiful setting and we attended a Brass band event that went on from 4-10pm with a firework finale. it was a very enjoyable evening and pleasant atmosphere. The market place is also a nice setting.
Very nice town with castle, river and a beautiful church. Plenty of eating places, we ate at Strays, The Ram and an Indian Restaurant (don't know the name). It was easy to find our way round Newark. We took a taxi to the Work House Museum and had a river cruise which we enjoyed apart from the crying baby on board. I don' think there was anything we would avoid on our next visit. Plenty of shops although we didn't do any shopping.
The hotel (B&B really) is a lovely period property, the welcome by Pablo was a hearty one, rooms are clean and spacious. Comfy, spotless bedding. Comfy bed. Lovely large period bathroom. Offered wine at no charge. Made a sandwich for my companion at no charge. Really lovely people.
Huge room and bathroom. Location near Newark Showground. Indian restaurant on site .Evening meal in the restaurant was fabulous. Tea/coffee provided. Bathroom 'smellies' provided. Wifi good connection. Two huge beds. We have stayed before so we knew it was ok
Staff were very friendly and welcoming. The room was spacious and very clean. One of the best breakfasts we've had in any hotel - excellent range of good quality hot and cold food. Will definitely look to stay there again.
Really nice and comfortable and a 10/15 minute walk into town, handy for events in the showground. Easy parking and fairly quiet, we enjoyed our stay thanks 😊
Great hospitality Sheila is a very good host, great location to the Newark showground. Good breakfast.
Friendly staff nice clean hotel comfy bed
Amazing is the only way to explain. Fantastic host and beautiful place