An art gallery was built in 1994, its collections include local history, archaeology, decorative and fine art, agriculture, costume and textiles. A more recent addition has been the Rural Heritage Centre. Agriculture and rural crafts have been crucial to Bassetlaw since prehistoric times. Agricultural tool and chair making, basketry and blacksmithing, milling and malting have all taken their place alongside farming and there are examples of farming implements that would have been used in the early 17th century when the Mayflower Pilgrims lived in this area.
Babworth Church where Bradford and Brewster went to hear Richard Clifton preach.
Guided Walking Tour
Brackenbury’s Britain specialises in cultural walking tours of the Pilgrim Roots region.
Personal guided tours of the home villages of Brewster, Bradford, Robinson and Smith.
Pilgrim Museum and Tourist Information centre, with displays, interactive content and artefacts in Retford.
Tours of the Pilgrim Roots region and sites connected with the Pilgrim people and congregations.
Unforgettable private 5 day adventure across the UK tracing the journey of the Pilgrims who set sail on the Mayflower in 1620.
Bed & Breakfast
One of five finalists in the Visit England Awards for Excellence 2014 in the Bed and Breakfast/Guest Accommodation category, The Old Orchard Cottage is a 1730 stone country cottage.
The Separatist Inn
The Sherwood Hideaway Bedroom One
A grade 1 listed 19th century country house retreat with spa, gardens and fine dining.
Ye Olde Bell Hotel & Spa Exterior
A 60 bedroom hotel with suites, lodges and a luxury spa.
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