There are plenty of fantastic staycation destinations that are just a short drive from Nottinghamshire
While we do not know when it will be possible for us to travel abroad, what we can bank on is the many wonderful holiday destinations in the region that will be available to us once restrictions are eased in Britain.
Nottinghamshire is blessed with being located just a short drive away from the beautiful North Sea coast in North Yorkshire, as well as the picturesque Peak District National Park.
We have collated this list of delightful destinations for a staycation to give you some vacation inspiration.
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In addition to being a recipient of a Blue Flag award for having one of the cleanest beaches in the world, there are plenty of other attactions that make Skegness an excellent place to visit including go-karting, ten-pin bowling, funfairs and crazy golf. Skegness pictured here during last year's August bank holiday. Picture: Tom Maddick / SWNS
Scroll through and see if your favourite location in the region is included.
Regarded as one of Britain's most cultural cities, there is plenty in the way of unique attractions such as Lincoln Cathedral and Lincoln Castle to make it a fantastic place to visit. With The Collection and Museum of Lincolnshire Life and the thriving Cornhill Quarter at the heart of Lincoln city centre, you will want to stay for longer to discover all of Lincoln for yourself.Lincoln (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)
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With rolling hills, magnificent moors and a whole host of brilliant towns and villages scattered throughout the Peak District, it is easy to see why it is such a popular destination for tourists to visit. Pictured is a cyclist riding along the banks of Ladybower Reservoir near Bamford in the Peak District National Park (Photo by PAUL ELLIS/AFP via Getty Images)
Located on North Yorkshire's picturesque North Sea coast, Scarborough has long been a firm favourite for holidaymakers from Yorkshire and beyond. The town's two sandy bays with gorgeous sandy beaches are separated by a headland bearing its 12th Century castle.
The Heights of Abraham are a country park with famous show caverns set in 60 acres of woodlands and reached by cable cars over deep limestone gorge in the Peak District. The attraction, which also includes adventure playgrounds, makes for a brilliant family day out, and is just a stone's throw away from the Peak District National Park.
The seaside town of Cleethorpes, which is located on the estuary of the Humber in Lincolnshire, is a popular holiday destination for many living in Yorkshire. It's easy to see why it's so popular, with its beautiful sandy beaches, year-round attractions and easy rail links.
Whitby is a wonderful place to visit, with its picturesque harbour that has the River Esk running through it, and the Gothic Whitby Abbey which was the inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula. It is also located a short distance from the coastal retreats of Robin Hood's Bay, Staithes and Sandsend and the peaceful and colourful countryside of the North York Moors National Park surrounds Whitby Town. Pictured is a view towards Whitby Abbey through the replica Whale's jaw bone which replaced the original archway that was erected in 1853.
The charming Derbyshire spa town of Buxton is a brilliant destination for a getaway, with its magnificent ornamental gardens and stunning Victorian and Georgian architecture and fabulous selection of independent shops, restaurants and bars. Ordinarily, Buxton boasts a rich cultural scene, with venues such as the Buxton Opera House attracting visitors from across the region
Voted the best place to live in the UK by the Sunday Times, the historical city of York is a fantastic place to visit with a vibrant food and drink scene and 30 world-class museums to explore. The city is surrounded by ancient walls, as well as a 13th century Gothic Minster with medieval stained glass, and has a festival for every month of the year. Please note: this stock picture of York was taken before the Covid-19 pandemic and the requirement for social distancing.
A trip to Haworth is a must for fans of the Brontë sisters who lived there. Even without the connection to the famous literary family, Haworth would still be a fantastic place to visit with its cobbled streets and rolling moors that make you feel as though you've been transported into another era altogether. Pictured is Top Withens high on the Pennine Moors above Haworth, the ruins have long been associated with the Brontës as the home of the Earnshaw's in Emily Bronte's novel 'Wuthering Heights', even though the buildings bore no resemblance to the house she descibed the situation may have been in her mind when she wrote of the moorland setting of the heights