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Hotel Description: Having been recently fully renovated, our wonderful 18th-century coaching inn, we are now enjoying sharing this wonderful hotel with you. In the rural countryside village of Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire, the Dukeries Lodge dates back to the days of highwaymen, when it first provided a comfortable stopover. Our passion has been to retain the traditional character and sense of history – even choosing to keep the creaky floors and wonderful stained glass windows. All our individually styled bedrooms and our Maid Marian suite are admired by everyone. A family-run hotel with a reputation for superb hospitality, long renowned as one of the best loved venues for celebrations of all kinds, we also offer meeting and conference packages. Conveniently located on the border of Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire & Yorkshire close to the A1, M1, M18 & M62, we are within an hour’s drive from Retford, Doncaster, Leeds, Sheffield and Nottingham. Robin Hood Airport. Traveling Entertainment Sports and Leisure Outdoor AdventureStuff for KidsLove and MarriageHealth and BeautyLiving the High LifeThe `just plain odd` listHotel's Cancellation Policy12 Noon Day Prior to Arrival General PoliciesChildren AcceptedPets AcceptedCheck In on or after - 14:00Check Out prior to - 11:00Parking Info / Road InfoNearest Motorway - A1Parking - On-Site - 100Parking Restrictions - all day
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Free Parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Non-Smoking Hotel
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Non-Smoking Rooms
Family Rooms
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Doncaster Sheffield Airport20 mi
East Midlands Airport27 mi
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We stayed in a twin room which was really spacious there was a small TV and coffee and tea with biscuits. Beds were comfy, decor was a bit dated but clean.

Bathroom let it down as the floor didn't seem clean and the cold tap didn't work but we got by. The bathroom seemed quite i
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Stayed here sat 24/11/18 For one night the lady on reception was very friendly & very helpful she even served us fir breakfast. (Mrs jack daniels tee shirt)!!!!She even sorted us a taxi out. The hotel is dated but has lots of character. The room was clean & bed comfy. Kettle tv c
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Stayed here as attending a wedding nearby, on first impression the hotel seemed old but cosy, however after looking around whilst having a drink in the bar, we noticed so many things that could easily be fixed, but it felt as though there was no interest in the presentation of th
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I was on my first visit to Nottinghamshire for a one night stop-over. I liked the historic feel of the Lodge, and my single room was compact and comfortable. The staff were incredibly friendly and helpful. I had an evening meal and the vegetarian salad I ordered was excellent. Br
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Pay a little more and find someplace better. The room was very very dirty! Full of dust, spider webs and spiders! The shower box is very small and the drain was clogged! The water was going everywhere! The breakfast was ok but not too much options.
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small bathroom (en suite)
room 17
Gorgeous room! and a queen size bed
View from room 3
Do the rooms have an iron please?
You can borrow an iron from reception.
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Staying Friday night, is there a vegetarian option on menu?
Yes but the fish was dry albeit cooked
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Are dogs allowed in the pub
I would double check but I think they might be.. Have a good trip
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I would like to book for 2 nights, 16 and 17 June but as we are elderly (well old really) we would prefer a ground floor room. Is this available please? Regards Peggy Hogan
I'm afraid all our rooms are first and second floor :(
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Any downstairs rooms
I think there are but you will need to make sure you ask for a room downstairs when you book.
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"Second Floor Rooms are mostly en suite"
"Rooms at the front suffer from road noise and windows are not double glazed."
"Don't bother going!"
"Room 4 and 5 are near 24 hours access doors in/out of hotel- noisy"
"Ask for the family suite. Avoid top floor rooms."
US$68 - US$88 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
dukeries hotel edwinstowe
United KingdomEnglandEdwinstowe
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