Workshop Manor

Workshop Manor

Created by James Paine, Workshop Manor is a Grade 1 listed, 18th century country house which is located in North Nottingham in Bassetlaw.

Mary Queen of Scots was kept prisoner at the Manor during the time of Elizabeth I because she was a Roman Catholic who had claims to the English throne.

The manor was descended by marriage to the Duke of Norfolk and it remained in the family until 1840 when it was sold to the Duke of Newcastle of nearby Clumber Park.

Mr Straw’s House is a spot that you cannot miss. The house is the timeline of a local grocer’s house from the 1920’s and it offers a glimpse as though nothing has been removed or shifted since the past 60 years.

A perfect historical landmark, don’t forget to visit the Workshop Manor during your trip to Nottingham.

BOOK a night at the Nottingham Mercure, and enjoy your time at the Workshop Manor and lots of other interesting sites and places to visit! 

Address: Worksop Manor, Worksop S80 3DG

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