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Are you looking for things to do in the East Midlands? This region of the former Kingdom of Mercia has many must-see destinations. Enjoy some outdoor activities in the Peak District, take a look around the spectacular Lincoln Cathedral or find the time to visit Chatsworth House, which was the set of the film Pride and Prejudice. If you’re looking for a city break, Nottingham is one of the most exciting cities in this region, boasting a vast selection of leisure activities. Don’t miss out and book a hotel in the East Midlands now!

Hotels in Nottingham

Learn about the fantastic story of Robin Hood during your stay at one of the best hotels in Nottingham. Admire the beauty of the charming city center from Old Market Square, before taking a look around St. Mary’s Church – famous for appearing in the ballad of Robin Hood – and Nottingham Castle, which is actually a ducal palace dating back to the 17th century. After, have a drink in England’s oldest pub, Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, and visit the City of Caves. It’s a real adventure!

Hotels in Derby

Stay in one of the best hotels in Derby and be sure to visit its impressive cathedral with a spire of just under 60 meters, Kedleston Hall (the home of the Curzon family for 900 years) and Elvaston Castle, built for the Earl of Harrington and surrounded by the exquisite gardens of the Elvaston Castle Country Park. You should also be sure to visit St. Mary’s Chapel, found on St. Mary’s Bridge that crosses the River Derwent, and sample a local delicacy in the market located in the town square.

Hotels in Leicester

Stay in one of the best hotels in Leicester: the perfect base for visiting the city’s magnificent Clock Tower, shopping in the most elegant shops on the city’s High Street or taking a look around Leicester Cathedral. You must also find time in your schedule to visit the city’s castle – where King Richard III regularly stayed – and the Jewry Wall Museum, where you can learn about the Roman origins of this city. You should also take the opportunity to see the steam trains located at Leicester Central Railway Station, and be blown away by technology at the Science and Technology Museum and the National Space Centre.