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East Midlands

East Midlands | Isle of Man Direct Holidays

“Right in the centre of England, eager to be discovered. Experience our vibrant city life, beautiful countryside, and traditional market towns. Home to Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest. Inspiration for our literary heroes, Lord Byron, Alan Sillitoe and DH Lawrence.

“There's something for everyone - quaint B&Bs, boutique hotels, award winning restaurants, stylish bars, exciting nightlife, great shopping, world class venues, arts and cultural festivals, history and heritage, family attractions, trails and waterways, adrenalin pumping activities and tasty local produce. Come and see for yourself...”

East Midlands

East Midlands

Right in the centre of England, eager to be discovered. Experience our vibrant city life, beautiful countryside, and traditional market towns.

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Things to do

During the day there are tours and attractions aplenty to keep visitors occupied. The award-winning Galleries of Justice and City of Caves offer a unique insight into the city’s past. Whilst Nottingham Castle offers a glimpse at the part the county has played in the culture and history of the UK – from its associations with the legend of Robin Hood to the start of the Civil War. Further afield, explore Creswell Crags and the fascinating story of life during the last Ice Age between 50,000 and 10,000 years ago. And head to north Notts to discover the origins of the Pilgrim Fathers through the Mayflower Trail.

Eating out

From Michelin starred opulence at Restaurant Sat Bains to inventive British cuisine at Saltwater, our eateries are varied enough to cater for every taste or pocket. Try classic French dining at Le Mistral in Sherwood and Nottingham, pan-Asian fusion in the most stylish surrounds at Chino Latino on Maid Marian Way, or follow in the footsteps of Charles I at the Saracen’s Head in Southwell. He is thought to have spent his last night at this sumptuous pub before surrendering to the Scots. And if current standards are anything to go by, his final meal as a free man would have been a damn fine one.

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