Nottinghamshire is a vast county that encompasses everything from big city living to countryside escapes. In every part of the county there is something new to see and experience and the boroughs of Retford and Worksop are no exception.
This part of Nottinghamshire is made up of many towns ranging in a variety of sizes as well as quaint villages and historical points of interest such as the Bassetlaw museum, the nearby Clumber Park and Sherwood Forest and Beth Shalom, the National Holocaust Centre. Surrounded by plenty of rolling countryside and in close proximity to Derbyshire, the restaurants in Retford and the surrounding areas including Gamston and Worksop often offer menus that are heavily laden with locally-sourced and produced ingredients.
If you’re not from the area, or you’re just looking for somewhere new to try, it can be a bit daunting trying to find somewhere to eat that will suit all of your requirements, but Go dine are here to help! With our index of restaurants in Nottinghamshire you can find, book and save on dining out at the click of a button. From here you can browse photos and menus of restaurants in Gamston and even read real diner reviews about their experience at each venue. Once you’ve found the one for you, just book online for free and we’ll do the rest; even sending you text message or email confirmation so you can rest assured that your table will be waiting for you when you arrive.
We’re sure that you’ll find a restaurant you’ll love on these pages as the cuisines on offer are so diverse. There’s never been a better time to explore what Nottinghamshire has to offer outside of the city. Not quite what you were looking for? Why not check out our other pages that offer you the best restaurants in Nottingham city centre and West Bridgford.
Did you know? The Retford and Worksop Boat Club is the oldest and largest boat club on the Chesterfield Canal.