Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire

Gliding peacefully across beautiful countryside early on a summer morning, or in the evening is an unforgettable experience. Unlike other aircraft, you can watch the hot air balloon being assembled before your eyes - just like a giant tent ! Then climb aboard and admire the view from the basket - no doors closed, or windows to sit behind, it's all out in the fresh air. Fantastic !

Edwinstowe is a town situated 7 miles north east of Mansfield on the north bank of the River Maun. It is located at the crossing of the A6075 and a minor road joining the A616 to the A614. Edwinstowe lies in the Maun valley within Sherwood Forest close to its Visitor Centre and extensive Country Park. It is said to have the church in where Robin Hood married Maid Marion. To the south lies the village of Lidgett and Rufford Country Park and Abbey beyond. Along the river to the south west lies Old Clipstone, the site of a ruined castle, Sherwood Forest Farm Park and a caravan and campsite. Hot Air Balloon rides are especially beautiful over Country Parks and other areas of natural beauty, Buy a voucher online today links to the right.

Passengers can choose the location of their flight after purchasing a voucher accepted for flights all over the UK. Prices depend on number of passengers - more passengers cost less per person.

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Book a Hot Air Balloon Flight over Nottinghamshire. (Photo of ground crew, left behind and just starting to pack-up and move away shortly after take-off.)

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