Teversal Trail Visitor Centre (Nottinghamshire) Reviews
Description:Centre for country walks located in Carnarvon Street, Off Fackley Road, Teversal, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts. Tel = ... more
Newest Review: ... park, with a cheap carvery so once you've burnt off those calories you can soon replace them... The visitor centre is fairly basic but has clean toilets and cheap food, run by volunteers who are helpful and eager. 10.30 till 3.45 are their opening hours. The site leads to numerous walks based on old railway routes, most of which can be extended. The key feature for us it the circular ... more
Customer Teversal Trail Visitor Centre (Nottinghamshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/06/13 (Very useful, 72 readings)
We live on the out skirts of Nottingham and the Teversal Visitor centre is about a 15 minute drive away so over the years we have spent many a day walking or cycling the trails. Obviously the centre is based at Teversal, Nottingham (off Frackley Road) and is a visitor centre and large free car park with easy access to the trails. There is also a pub sharing the car park, with a cheap carvery so once you've burnt off those calories you can soon replace them... The visitor centre is fairly basic but has clean toilets and cheap food, run by volunteers who are helpful and eager. 10.30 till 3.45 are their opening hours. The site leads to numerous walks ... Read the complete review
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