A well stocked Londis shop at the bottom of our small village of Cromwell.
6 am – 10 pm Mon – Fri
7 am – 10pm Sat
8 am – 10 pm Sun
Milestone Brewery Gift Shop
They have a great selection of bottled real ales on offer as well as home brew kits and many more gift ideas.
Monday to Saturday – 8am – 5pm
01636 822 255
Hadley’s Fine Quality Meats
43 GREAT NORTH ROAD SUTTON ON TRENT NEWARK NG23 6PL
01636 821 343
Walled Garden Nursery
Church Lane, Carlton-on-Trent, Newark, Notts. NG23 6LP
01636 822 282
OK Diner Restaurant
15% Discount Card available from reception for Milestone Caravan Park Visitors (Discount Card to be returned to reception)
2 minute walk from the site.
9am – 5pm Mon – Sat
10am – 4pm Sun
Local CO OP
Sutton On Trent Food Store – 01636 821 935
61 High Street, Sutton on Trent, Nottinghamshire, NG23 6QA
Monday 07:00 – 20:00
Tuesday 07:00 – 20:00
Wednesday 07:00 – 20:00
Thursday 07:00 – 20:00
Friday 07:00 – 20:00
Saturday 07:00 – 20:00
Sunday 07:00 – 20:00
Perhaps the most local of them all, Milestone Brewery is just next door. They offer a great selection of real ales that can be purchased in bottles from its on site shop or tasted in pints at its nearby highly recommended real ale pub The Crown, in Normanton-on-Trent.
Phone: 01636 822255
Roughly 7 miles from us. Newark is a very pleasant market town with a beautiful cobbled market square and five colourful markets a week. As well as that you can climb the church to get a breathtaking birds eye view of the town and surrounding areas which on the right day is not to be missed.
The castle is undoubtedly worth a visit with its superbly kept grounds and its beautiful walls, it’s the perfect place for a picnic on a sunny afternoon or after a stroll down one of the many lovely river walks. If its the river that interests you there are river cruses that run daily from the town that last just over an hour and a half.
Newark Showground is always a busy place with something on most weekends like the antiques fairs, kit car shows, Americana, Newark Show, LAMA Show as well as the Auto Jumbles.
A short 10min drive to the charming market town. There are many things to do in Southwell including a stroll around the minster grounds and if you’re lucky inside it. For the more retail minded of us, there are lots of lovely boutiques and shops down its narrow streets, as well as many lovely places to have lunch or an evening meal. A day at the races is also well recommended as Southwell Racecourse is known to be one of the best in Britain, with races running throughout the year. Or for the keen historian why not visit Southwell Workhouse, one of the most complete workhouses in existence built in 1824. And of course, not to forget that Southwell is the home of the Bramley Apple.
Offering an experience rich in history combined with independent boutique shopping, great arts and culture and a wealth of places to eat and drink. Steep Hill, voted Britain’s Great Street, connects ‘downhill’ and ‘uphill’ Lincoln. Yes, it is steep as its name suggests, but well worth the walk! The city is surrounded by beautiful countryside ready to be explored with walks and cycle routes, where you’ll find quaint market towns, beautiful scenery, and aviation history.
Park and Ride is available into Lincoln city centre and runs Monday to Saturday (excluding bank holidays)
Sherwood Forest visitors centre is an easy 8 mile drive from us. Kids and adults alike can have fun and enjoy the home of the legendary Robin Hood and the world famous Major Oak. The centre is well placed in the heart of Sherwood forest with good parking and also not far from the popular Rufford Park.
Just 20 miles away from our site Nottingham is one of the most cultural city’s in Britain, and also one of the liveliest, it offers a castle, cathedral, caves, and also museums of lace, costume, justice and legend