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Amazing!!!!! Spur of the moment lunch 🍽☕️

Just been out for lunch after my mums knee op and what an amazing time we've had. Fab location fab... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Kelly K
Worksop, United Kingdom
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Lovely chip shop and church

We walked into the village through the sherwood forest visiting area. I am glad we did as the... read more

Reviewed 30 March 2017
David V
Crewe, United Kingdom
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It is said that Robin Hood and his merry band of thieves hid from the Sheriff of Nottingham in the forests of this scenic area.
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Just been out for lunch after my mums knee op and what an amazing time we've had. Fab location fab staff and fab food!!! Would deffo recommend and would deffo return. Worth every penny! Not disappointed at all glad we chose there. Can't wait for...More

Thank Kelly K
Reviewed 30 March 2017

We walked into the village through the sherwood forest visiting area. I am glad we did as the church where folklore says Maid marian and robin hood were married was impressive middle ages built Church. For lunch we had lunch from the chip shop on...More

Thank David V
Reviewed 8 March 2017

Our recent three day visit to Edwinstowe was a very beautiful experience, the locals we're all very friendly, the pubs and restaurants all very good bar one, and the surroundings are something I wish we had closer to us, the residents of the village should...More

Thank Martial16
Reviewed 26 February 2017 via mobile

We visited here as it the was closet village to the accommodation that we were in. An unusual high street, but clean and friendly.

Thank amyrugbybird
Reviewed 24 February 2017

called at Royal Oak Edwinstowe several times after refurb to give it fair chance...called thursday 23 feb and very cold in dinning area with only small gas burner with fireguard in front to stop the heat.... ordered cheese sandwich with few chips in place of...More

Thank grahamjbates
Reviewed 9 February 2017

Thought we would visit what was listed as a beautiful village only to find therefore was nothing beautiful about it at all! We struggled to even find a cafe for some light refreshments until we found what looked like a cake shop and established that...More

Thank _ashipp064
Reviewed 2 February 2017 via mobile

Visited whilst at centre parcs, great Cycling in surrounding Forrest, historical and quant village, Robin Hood exhibition , major Oak etc nearby, good pubs and restaurants we are at Forrest Lodge very Good, worth Escaping from centre parcs :-)

Thank Nigel C
Reviewed 17 November 2016 via mobile

The town of Edwinstone is a quaint, Robin Hood obsessed place but does have lots of charm. The sausages at the local butchers are very tasty. Lots of festivals going on in the summer months and national cycle routes nearby. Well worth a visit

Thank BigMushy
Reviewed 1 November 2016

Good Arts and Crafts centre, but only 1 hour parking in the main street. A few small individual shops were good but not much else to see here.

Thank cactustraveller
Reviewed 27 October 2016

Great for walking,hiking, and biking in Sherwood Forest,, and very central for visiting ancient houses, parks and abbeys.

Thank Yvonne A
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