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QHotel Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort
Ermine Street DN20 0AQ Brigg United Kingdom
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Description QHotel Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort
Location. Located in Scunthorpe, this spa hotel is conveniently close to the airport. Features.Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort QHotels has a golf course, an indoor pool, a steam room, a sauna, and a fitness facility. The onsite spa at this property offers massage and treatment rooms, facial treatments, body treatments, and beauty services. Business amenities at this 4.0 star property include a business center, wireless Internet access (surcharge), meeting rooms for small groups, and audio visual equipment. There are 2 restaurants as well as a bar/lounge. 24 hour room service is available. Business amenities at this 4.0 star property consist of conference rooms and banquet facilities. The staff can arrange event catering, dry cleaning/laundry services, and tour assistance. This is a smoke free property. Guestrooms. Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort QHotels has 188 guestrooms. Televisions are equipped with cable channels. Guestrooms provide wireless Internet access (surcharge), direct dial phones, and in room safes. Guestrooms feature coffee/tea makers. Bathrooms offer shower/tub combinations, hair dryers, and complimentary toiletries. Additional amenities include windows that open, trouser presses, and wake up calls. In addition, housekeeping is offered and amenities available on request include irons/ironing boards.
York St Mary's possibly dates from the year 1020 although the majority of the present building dates from the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries. At 47 metres high this church has the highest steeple in York.
The church was deconsecrated in 1958 and now houses a permanent display depicting life in York over the past 1,000 years entitled The York Story. It also plays host to an annual art exhibition.
It is closed during the winter. Entry is free.
All Saints Pavement
This is one of two Churches in York called All Saints Church and is generally referred to as All Saints Pavement. It stands on one of the oldest paved streets in city called High Ousegate and this is from where its name is derived.
It was mentioned in the Doomsday book of 1086 although the majority of the present church dates from the 13th and 14th centuries. The notable features of this church include its 17th century pulpit from where John Wesley used to preach and its unusual octagonal shaped tower. During the middle ages this tower had a burning lantern to guide travellers through the dense Forest of Galtres towards York. This lantern burned every night for over a century and can still be seen at the top of the tower today.
Access to the church is free and it open daily throughout the year from 9.30am until 4pm Monday to Saturday and from 8.30am until 7.30pm on Sundays.
Dating from 1725, Wentworth Woodhouse is a large country house that was formerly the family home of the Earl of Malton who later became the Earl of Fittzwilliam. The front of the house measures 180 metres in length and is the longest house in Britain. The house itself is privately owned and is not open to the general public however the grounds are open to the public.
In fact Wentworth Woodhouse is actually two different houses joined together by a central courtyard. The smaller house, known as the West Wing, was the original house and contains over 150 different rooms. The larger house, known as the East Front, is almost double the size of its companion. It is thought that this second house was probably built in response to other family members who had recently rebuilt the nearby Wentworth Castle, there had been intense family feuding between the two owners of these estates so the building of the second house in the early 1800's would have been a show of strength.
The grounds of Wentworth Woodhouse cover over 150 acres and are known as Wentworth Park. Within this park there are several landscaped gardens including a Japanese Garden and an Informal Garden. There is also woodland, ponds and lakes.
Entry to park is free and it is open at all times. Parking is possible just outside the main entrance and parking is also free.
A number of special effects, interactive technology and actors bring to life the gory past of York and exhibits relate the tales of the plague, Dick Turpin, Guy Fawkes, vikings, ghosts and more. Roman York and the days of Emperor Constantine are also recreated.
A tour lasts approximately 90 minutes and all facilities are accessible to disabled patrons. Details of the varied opening hours are available at the website. Tariffs are Adult: £12.95 / Child: £8.95 / Student: £10.95 / OAP (60+ yrs): £10.95 with discounts available for on line bookings.
Sherwood Forest Country Park
Sherwood Forest is an ancient area of woodland located in North Nottinghamshire and surrounding the village of Edwinstowe. It covers an area of over 450 acres and it is now a designated National Nature Reserve which is managed by English Nature and is of great ecological importance. Historically this was the home of the legendary outlaw Robin Hood and, thanks largely to this legend, this area now attracts over half a million visitors every year.
The Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre lies at the heart of this forest and is in close proximity to the Major Oak, which is said to have been Robin Hood's principal hiding place. Events include a Robin Hood Festival in summer and there is a restaurant and shop on site. Access to the Park is free but there is parking charges at the visitors centre, which is open daily from 10h30 to 17h00, but closing at 16h30 November to March.
Jorvik Viking Centre
The Jorvik Centre features a reconstruction of a Viking Age street as it was uncovered by local archaeological explorations. Many artifacts including pottery, coins and clothing are on display. There are also interactive tableaux depicting the life and times in the city prior to 1000AD. Recently opened is "DIG", an interactive tour of current excavation sites supervised by archaeologists.
Open daily 10am - 5pm
Admission (for Jorvik): Adult: £7.75 Senior; Student: £ 6.60 Child: £ 5.50 Family tickets are available. Combined tickets with DIG are also available. The centre is wheelchair accessible Car parks are adjacent to the site.