The Broadmarsh Shopping Centre is Nottingham’s premier shopping venue, attracting visitors through its doors in their thousands. For retail therapy there’s no better destination in the East Midlands and, given its proximity to the M1 and with excellent rail links, the centre is easy to get to as well. However, it’s much more than just a shopping centre; there's plenty for families to see and do and is just a stone’s throw from some of Nottingham’s most popular attractions. In addition, the area around the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre plays host to some of the area’s best hotels, ranging from upmarket, boutique B&Bs to sprawling country lodges.
Boutique B&Bs near the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre
If you’re simply looking for somewhere to act as a base while you flex your shopping muscles, there are a good number of excellent B&Bs near the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, such as Brecks Cottage and The Olde Sweet Shoppe Guesthouse. These are for those who enjoy accommodation with character and history; Brecks Cottage was once a 17th century cottage and has been tastefully restored to offer classy accommodation and is often used by couples looking to spend some quality time together.
Shopping for All the Family
The Broadmarsh Shopping Centre is almost a day out in itself. With child-safe shopping, a play-area and a dedicated Kids’ Club, there’s no reason for younger visitors to get bored. In addition, there is a good number of restaurants so weary shopper can take a break and enjoy a delicious lunch. However, there are plenty of attractions nearby and it would be a shame to miss them. The Galleries of Justice Museum is just a short walk away, offering a packed day out of exhibitions, interactive displays and informative entertainment. Head towards Maid Marian Way and you’ll find the imposing Nottingham Castle, Museum & Art Gallery.
Dining in the Area
Restaurants around the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre are in good supply, with everything from the usual high-street chains to fine dining establishments. However, many of the hotels in the area, such as the Dovecote Inn, boast their own restaurants, giving you the opportunity to dine in style and retire to your room after a hard day at the shops.
The Broadmarsh Shopping Centre is a superb retail venue and, with plenty of hotels nearby, easy to find.