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Clumber is a beautiful expanse of parkland, heath and woods covering more than 3,800 acres.Clumber Park was once the country estate of the Dukes of Newcastle. Although the house was demolished in 1938, there are glimpses of its grand past to explore...more
Clumber Park | Nottinghamshire, Worksop S80 3BD, England
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Popped in on way back from Harrogate-great location just off A1. Had lunch in Garden Tea room of broccoli & stilton soup & rarebit on the terrace in the sunshine which was delicious & no extra charge for the wasps! 130 varieties of rhubarb which...More
Unbelievable really ! .. we paid £9.00 each to enter a field that had no show, only food and drink stalls plus a bigger place with other foods to buy fro home! I mean COME ON !!!! ... charge two people £18.00 to enter a...More
We go here regular. The site is kept clean and maintained well. The showers and toilets are clean. A fish and chip van comes on a friday and a wood fired pizza oven van on a saturday. Very tranquil with lots of nice walks nearby.
Having not been to visit for a number of years I really enjoyed a walk around the lake watching the wildfowl and squirrels in the trees. The best part was the walled garden which was beautiful with the displays of fruit and flowers, the dahlias...More
I’ve driven past this a lot on my way to Yorkshire and have imagined it to be just a dense forest (nothing wrong with that!)... however, there’s so much more: it’s even got a whole National Trust makeover, complete with splendid tea rooms, dog friendly...More
I have been visiting Clumber park for over forty years off and on......but much more recently being members of the National Trust! We quite often take our grandchildren...
always good for a picnic....plenty of space to run around and play games.....or play in the undergrowth...More
We visited on August Bank Holiday Monday. Lots of people, but everyone was well catered for and no sense of crowding. Being National Trust members, we didn't need to pay to go in greeting was warm and friendly. Roads well signed and parking easy. No...More