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Enjoyed several night in Nottingham. Great location for the old town areas and restaurants. Hotel restaurant The Merchant serves excellent food. Breakfast very nice but could be smartened up with consistent service and HOT coffee.
The owners were very attentive and could not do enough for us. It is beautifully themed eclectic guest house full of character and charm close to the town Center, great breakfast comfy beds
nice hotel almost adjacent to the castle , good quiet location , smart hotel , I had the basic room which was a bit small but ok , clean and tidy , and a very short walk to the market place / centre .
Nottingham’s a great place to head for if you’re into vintage fashion and independent shops. Its buzzing, lively indie retail scene is ideal if you like to discover the finer things in life. Make your stay in Nottingham luxurious by staying in a fabulous boutique hotel that's as trendy as the local retail outlets.
Nottingham is a compact city with two universities, a great public transport system including a tram network and pedestrianized streets making it easy to get around. You’ll find top fashion brands such as Vivienne Westwood and Paul Smith as well as brilliant independent boutiques. There’s plenty of markets and vintage shops for you to peruse before examining your purchases back in your beautiful boutique hotel. And for eating and drinking, Nottingham has over a thousand places to choose from, offering the widest variety of international cuisine or home sourced produce.
If culture’s your thing, check out the Focus Gallery, established in 1971 and a favourite destination of Nottingham customers for years. The Focus Gallery sells and displays jewellery and textiles, photography and paintings to ceramics and glass. Elsewhere, the Lakeside Arts Centre is the University of Nottingham’s public arts centre that always has a diverse programme of events including visual art, music and family events. It’s a city of surprises, with quirky shops and lots of cafés amidst splashes of 19th century grandeur. The Lace Market is a preserved quarter-mile square and protected heritage area and houses the Adams Building, the largest and finest surviving example of a Victorian lace warehouse in England. Wollaton Hall on a hill three miles west of Nottingham and set in 500 acres of parkland and gardens now houses Nottingham’s Natural History Museum, Industrial Museum and Yard Gallery. Stay in a beautiful boutique hotel in Nottingham and see what other treats the city has in store for you.
A boutique stay in a hotel in Nottingham lets you stay somewhere, relax in style and comfort and then head to uncover all the hidden secrets that Nottingham has in store. Stay in a dreamy boutique hotel on Nottingham and let yourself be transported wherever you wish to be, exploring the treasures of the past or gifts from the present.