Castle Street, Bolsover,
t: 01246 822844
This hilltop pleasure palace of a horse-mad Cavalier playboy is packed with entertainments for your group. William Cavendish, later Duke of Newcastle, built Bolsover Castle with no regard to expense. It was designed purely to entertain and impress visitors, including King Charles I and his court in 1634. Now, centuries later, it still makes a memorable impression. Lavish interpretations will help your group experience the delights once reserved for the courtly few, including the glories of Bolsover’s Little Castle and Venus Garden.
Positioned not far from Junction 29A of the M1, Bolsover Castle offers a memorable stop-off for groups travelling north or south along the motorway. Hardwick Old Hall is close by.