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Welcome to Boundary by Marston's Inns

Address: Lea Vale, Alfreton, DE55 3NA

Hotel Description

Around 2 miles from Alfreton, Boundary by Marston's Inns offers en suite accommodation in Derbyshire. Attractive rooms are complemented by a bar, restaurant and children’s playground, with free parking and Wi-Fi. Each room at Boundary has en suite facilities with bath and shower. There is a flat-screen TV, bottled water and tea and coffee facilities in all rooms. A full English breakfast is served each morning. The enticing restaurant menu features curries, pies, fish and chips, burgers and a delicious range of puddings. Just 5 minutes from the M1, on the A38, this Marston's Inn is around 15 miles from both Derby and Nottingham. Derbyshire’s Peak District is a similar distance to the west of Alfreton.

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Coxmoor Golf Club - Sutton-In-Ashfield - Golf

Coxmoor Golf Club - Sutton-In-Ashfield - Golf

Distance 5.07 miles (8.11 km)
Coxmoor's golf course continues to develop with further improvements to the course taking place over the winter months. For members and visitors alike, Coxmoor offers value for money teamed with exceedingly high quality. We pride ourselves in the complete package Coxmoor offers, that of a fair and challenging test of golfing prowess over a heathland course with superb views. A hearty welcome in the clubhouse with a selection of traditional beers, to excellent home made meals provided by our Chef and his staff.

Newstead Abbey - Historical Houses

Newstead Abbey - Historical Houses

Distance 6.32 miles (10.11 km)
Founded as a monastic house in the late twelfth century, Newstead became the Byron family seat in 1540. Newstead's most famous owner, the poet Lord Byron, sold the property in 1818. Newstead Abbey remained a private country house until 1931, when it was presented to the Nottingham Corporation for the public to enjoy. Explore the medieval cloisters, splendid Victorian room settings and the private apartments of the poet Byron. Browse in the library and marvel at the extensive panelling in the Great Hall, all reputed to have come from a single oak tree! See the fascinating collection of paintings and furniture throughout the house. A display for families invites you to try on replicas of some of Lord Byrons favourite clothes and be transformed into the romantic hero!

Mansfield Town Football Club - Football Club

Mansfield Town Football Club - Football Club

Distance 6.51 miles (10.42 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.