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Description Charnwood Lodge
The Charnwood Lodge Hotel is located in Loughborough making it one of the best hotels to stay at while in town. All hotel's guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests' utmost comforts. Each guestroom is tastefully appointed with separate shower and tub. The basic amenities provided at this Loughborough accommodation comprise shops. The hotel creates a balance of rich culture and modern convinience to ensure you a memorable stay. To reserve a room at the Charnwood Lodge Hotel, simply select your dates of stay and fill in our secure online booking form.
The recently renovated Town Hall is a Grade A listed building which dates from 1834 and features neo-classical architecture. Lunchtime organ concerts and other events are regularly presented and public tours with a duration of approximately one hour are available.
Exhibitions, workshops, banquets, wrestling matches and festivals are often held at the Town Hall, which can also be rented for corporate functions, graduation ceremonies and more. The ticket office is open daily from 10h00 to 18h00, except on Sundays when the hours are from 12h00 to 16h00. Hours are extended on concert evenings.
Birmingham Back to Backs
The Birmingham Back to Backs are managed by the National Trust and are a courtyard of restored 19th century working-class houses. They are the last surviving example of this type of housing in the Birmingham area and have been staged to show four different periods in the history of the buildings - from 1840 through to 1977.
Admission is by timed ticket and visitors must go round the houses with a guided tour. The houses are open from 2nd February to the 23rd of December but the opening hours are restricted during school terms due to visits from school parties in the mornings. It's thus advisable to phone ahead and check the Back to Backs will be open when you visit. Opening hours are generally from 10 am to 5 pm.
Admission prices are £4.90 for adults and £2.70 for children. Family tickets cost £12.25
Birmingham International Airport
Birmingham International Airport (code BHX) is the largest airport in the Midlands region of England and is a mid-sized airport with two terminals and one runway.
It serves a large number of European destinations as well as having long-haul services to the east coast of North America and the Caribbean, a few places in North Africa and quite a lot of flights to the Indian Sub-continent.
It hosts a range of full service and budget carriers as well as offering facilities for private jets.
There are two long stay and two short stay car parks on-site.
BHX is located 13km east of Birmingham, close to motorways and major roads and with its own railway station on site. It is also close to the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) which can be reached on foot in just 5 minutes.
Frankfurt Christmas Market Birmingham
The Frankfurt Christmas Market takes place annually in Victoria Square, Birmingham. There are over 75 different stalls here - making it the largest authentic christmas market outside of Germany or Austria. Visitors are welcome to sample some German seasonal specialities such as Gluehwein (mulled wine) or Christmas bakery and also have the possibility to try some German beer or Bratwurst (grilled sausage). Market tenders offer a variety of traditional Christmas gifts such as candles, wooden toys, Christmas decoration and much more. The market operates from mid November up until Christmas and it is open from 10am until 8pm daily.
Clumber Park covers an area of 3,800 acres and was the former estate of the Dukes of Newcastle. It is now owned and managed by the National Trust. This park incorporates part of the Sherwood Forest and it is a popular destination for walkers, cyclists, anglers and picnickers.
The grand house was demolished in 1938, but the walled herb garden and the church still exist. There is also a gift shop, a restaurant and a cafe. Admission for pedestrians and National Trust members is free. For non members there is a charge of £4.50 (7 Euro) for vehicles to enter the park. Clumber Park is open daily throughout the year.
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.