Room was nice with tea and coffee facilities and breakfast was lovely
We liked the decor which was well thought out, and colours/pictures etc all complemented each other. did not like the road noise, but what can be done if on a main road? Maybe blackout/sound reducing blinds behind the curtains. Also very welcoming, homely atmosphere.
I absolutely loved my stay at the Lodge at Ruddington. The service was impeccable. The room I stayed in was comfortable and very clean.
This is the third time we have used the hotel. It is a very relaxing stop off.
In a great place for the retail park & easy to get into Nottingham. I did not use the gym or pool but it seemed very popular as there were always a lot of people coming & going. Downside was the long trek to the room - up in the lift down a corridor down in a lift & then along another corridor. Not ...
Staff were friendly and efficient. Beds were comfortable and bathroom more than adequate
Nottingham Trent University is located close to the A60 and just a stone’s throw from a number of train stations. Easily accessible, it’s one of the largest universities in the United Kingdom, with a superb campus and excellent amenities nearby. Whether you’re dropping off your son or daughter or want to visit the university to explore its resources there’s plenty of nearby accommodation, from boutique B&Bs to modern, chic hotels.
For those ferrying their children to the university, booking a stay in a B&B is a great way to extend your visit and keep the costs down. B&Bs near Nottingham Trent University come in all shapes and sizes, but all have their guests’ best interests at heart. B&Bs, such as Brecks Cottage and The Hayloft and Stables at Greystones are a cut above run-of-the-mill B&Bs, offering comfortable accommodation and all the little extras that elevate a B&B from being good to excellent.
Hotels are ideal for those on an extended visit to the university. There are plenty nearby, with all the facilities you’d expect from 21st century lodgings. Hotels such as the Kelham House Hotel and the Best Western Deincourt Hotel, have their own restaurants and free internet access; perfect for visiting lecturers who might have to catch up on a little work.
Being a university city, there are plenty of places to eat close to the university. In the immediate vicinity there are lots of cheap diners offering cost-effective food for impoverished students. However, as you get closer to the city centre, you’ll find a wider array of upmarket restaurants serving everything from French and Indian cuisine to fine dining establishments serving seasonal dishes created from local produce.
The university is close to a number of other attractions, so you can get in some sightseeing as part of your visit. Woollaton Hall is a firm favourite with locals and visitors, offering a ducal home, swathed by expansive grounds, which often play host to a variety of outdoor festivals. The City Ground is also easily accessible and is a must for any football fans.
There are plenty of hotels and B&Bs near Nottingham Trent University; whatever your reason for visiting, you can make your stay as convenient as possible.
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