Premier Inn Newark

Address: Lincoln Road, Newark, Nottinghamshire, England, NG24 2DB, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Lincoln Road, Newark, is near Eden Hall Day Spa, Eden Hall Spa, Seminole Canyon State Park and Historic Site, and Belgrave Road.
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    Progress at last!

    A travel blog entry by tig.howells on Jul 11, 2015

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    So after a little worrying that nothing would come through....they did. The catalyst being an e-mail via the British Burns Association. Once that was sent out I received a few offers of places to visit; Galveston (Texas) and New York. Phew!

    Additionally, I had a message from the Chairman of the Katie Piper Foundation asking whether I would like to contribute to the charity's own journal named the 'Journal of Burns, Scars and Healing', which is an exciting prospect. ...

    Northern Scotland

    A travel blog entry by kieranjg on Jul 07, 2015

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    It was exciting northern Scotland going to Aberdeen, inverneness, Stirling,Dundee and the locks. TheLocks is where Nessie lives. We started off in Dundee and had loads of fun going go karting and then in Aberdeen we saw Jurassic park and for me it was the the best movie ever. In Inverness we just stayed their and searched for Nessie the next day and in Stirling just rested. We got to Nottingham 2 days ago and ready to go to ...

    Back to lincoln

    A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jul 06, 2015

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    ... Bailey, it was founded just 10 years after the Norman conquest, then rebuilt as a stone castle 80 years later. It was taken over by the Neville family, who took in a nine year old boy, who became Richard duke of Gloucester, and then king Richard the third. After Richard was killed at bosworth it fell into disrepair, and then during the civil war ...

    Exploring English countryside on horseback

    A travel blog entry by emjbell_nz on Nov 22, 2014

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    ... across her farm and had a canter around. Judy invited me back to have a jump on Perry and maybe take him hunting if time allows. Fingers crossed! The thing that amazed me was that she has two grooms there, and they had the horse all saddled up for me and when the got back they took the horse and unsaddled him for me. I felt a bit redundant, but that's the kind of riding I like, when someone else does the boring ...

    Our Day in the Peak District . . .Part One

    A travel blog entry by elly903 on Mar 20, 2013

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    ... the Blue John stone. This is a stone of many hues - mostly dark blue but depending on the stone, it could be lighter or with many different shades in one cut. As we were wandering around the village - taking many pictures - I had to go into one of the shops to check out this stone. I chose myself a lovely necklace, silver with a Celtic design and the Blue John stone at the bottom.

    We finished up at the museum to look at some of the history of the area ...