The Derbyshire Hotel

Address: Carter Lane East, South Normanton, Derbyshire, England, DE55 2EH, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Carter Lane East, South Normanton, is near The Herb Garden, Notts Hollinwell, and Teversal Manor.
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      Travel Blogs from South Normanton


      A travel blog entry by paulandphilna on Nov 24, 2014

      1 comment

      ... not allowed to have bank accounts. Aaaaaahhhhh! Finally we have access to our money and remarkably, even a bank account. So finally I hope that all the stressful bits are over and we can start relaxing. Otherwise we will have to come home.

      Then there was the motor-home. It is great and we are pleased. It was just exhausting to try and learn all the buttons and switch over from 220 volt to 12 volt to gas, the cassette toilet, water, ...

      Pub Reunion

      A travel blog entry by ozraftery on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... and then mucked about until we left for the pub. Dad's cousin Emma had recommended and booked her local - The Victoria and we were looking forward to seeing everyone.

      Mum, Dad & Claire went down about 1pm and we left about 2pm. The Victoria was only 10 mins down the street and it was great. It had a massive beer garden (which no-one was using) so we all decided to chance the weather and set-up ...

      Nottingham and Robin Hood

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Sep 25, 2014

      8 photos

      ... we know today as Robin Hood. His name has come to us through Old English as Robert Hode, Robert Hod, Robyn Hod and various others. What we have going on here is the concept of oral tradition: would-be history coming down through the generations through family members telling and retelling a story as well as traveling minstrels going from place to place making a living telling true or not-so-true tales to ...

      Day five at sea

      A travel blog entry by clairemupton on Sep 18, 2014

      Tonys birthday today..... Very hot and after breakfast we went up onto the top deck and bagged a sun lounger, it was too hot for me and I stopped for a while then went into the ship for some retail therapy and treated myself to a Swarovski bangle ....very nice. Back in the sun for a while then into cabin for shower and cool off. Tony came back and we sat on ...

      The Wide South Yorkshire Navigations

      A travel blog entry by clarecy on Jun 14, 2014

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      ... 1 locks, 3 moveable bridges)

      Pleasant agricultural land with clusters of pretty cottages here and there, and with the River Don running parallel with the canal. We pass under the M18 today, lorries whizzing along above us!

      Friday 13 June: Bramwith Lock to Sprotborough, Doncaster

      (9 miles, 4 locks, 1 moveable bridge)

      The Boat Inn at our destination Sprotborough is a welcome bit of civilisation, a bustling pub and good food. There's ...