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Welcome to Redbrick House

Address: Peafield Lane, Mansfield, NG20 0EW

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In Royal Sherwood Forest, Redbrick House is 17 miles from Nottingham. The hotel has a restaurant, bar and free parking. Bedrooms have flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and bathrooms. The Redbrick House Hotel restaurant features fresh ingredients cooked to order. The bar offers light meals and local beers. Dining on the terrace overlooking the gardens is possible, weather permitting. Redbrick rooms have simple, modern decor and countryside views. Ground floor rooms are available on request, subject to availability. Sherwood Forest has lost many of its trees since the era of King John and the tales of Robin Hood. However, the area still has many walking, cycling and horse riding trails. Historic sites include Cumber Park, Chatsworth House and the 800-year-old Major Oak.

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Sherwood Pines Forest Park - Select One

Sherwood Pines Forest Park - Select One

Distance 2.62 miles (4.19 km)
Sherwood Pines Forest Park is 3300 acres and the largest single tract of forest open to the public in the East Midlands.

The forest provides a great venue for many activities. The cycling facilities provide something for every one, from family cyclists to experienced off road riders. The way marked walking trails meander through some of the oldest parts of the forest, there are also many other tracks and trails to be explored.

Sherwood Forest Golf Club - Golf

Sherwood Forest Golf Club - Golf

Distance 2.65 miles (4.25 km)
Sherwood Forest Golf Club extends a very warm welcome to our visitors.
You will find us in the East Midlands to the east of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, U.K., as a long established heathland course alongside the pines, silver birch and oak trees of Clipstone Woods within the legendary Sherwood Forest. We are a short distance from tourist areas of the Major Oak Visitor Centre at Edwinstowe, Clumber Park in the Dukeries, Center Parcs Holiday Village and the City of Nottingham.

We are most proud of our reputation as one of the finest heathland golf courses in Great Britain. The English Golf Union, when staging the 2006 England Boys Amateur Stroke Play Championships, described Sherwood Forest Golf Club as being 'in a league of its own'. As a premier course the club has hosted many national competitions over the years, including the 'British and English Seniors' and regional qualifying for the 'Open Championship'.

Go Ape to Robin Hood country - Select One

Go Ape to Robin Hood country - Select One

Distance 3.03 miles (4.85 km)
Go Ape to Robin Hood country. Take you and your merry men on the only tree to tree zip wires we know of in the country.

Mansfield Town Football Club - Football Club

Mansfield Town Football Club - Football Club

Distance 3.7 miles (5.93 km)
Mansfield Town Football Club are an English football club who will play the 2004-05 season in League Two of the Football League. Based in the small former mining town of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, the club are nicknamed The Stags and play in the colours of amber and blue. The club's current manager is former Sheffield Wednesday defender Peter Shirtliff, who got the job in November 2005 following a six-week spell as caretaker manager. The club is fierce rivals with neighbouring Chesterfield. The rivalry between the two is considered by some to be amongst the fiercest in the lower leagues. The Stags also enjoy rivalries with Notts County, Lincoln City and Doncaster Rovers.

Sherwood Forest - Landmark

Sherwood Forest - Landmark

Distance 3.89 miles (6.23 km)
Writers and philosophers have long associated my mysterious green hooded figure with that of Robin. Am I that woodland spirit, Lord of the Greenwood, the inspiration or embodiment of Robin?. Decide for yourself..

I'm spiritually entwined with the landscape just like Robin 's name which is rooted in Sherwood, with many natural features called after me, like the 'Robin Hood 's Chair' rock formation and Robin Hood's stable, a cave at Papplewick.

As a natural protector, my mission has been championed by rebellious and crusading spirits like Robin and our legacy has carried down the ages in many of Sherwood's other legendary characters.

As the green man or the forest spirit of Robin, I'm your natural guide to Sherwood's 'Spirit of Robin' through the ages.