The Hop Pole Hotel was built circa 1740 by the Savile family, owners of nearby Rufford
Abbey since the mid 1600s.
It is a handsome early Georgian coaching inn situated on Main Street in Ollerton
village, opposite the River Maun and watermill. For many years, one of the principal
occupations in Ollerton was hop growing - hop vines were grown in fields along the
River Maun from the late 1600s and a weekly hop market was held in the village.
Today, the Hop Pole Hotel retains 15 beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms, all
recently refurbished to a high standard.