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Stayed in a family room which was spacious, very comfortable beds, room immaculate & a lovely bathroom with large shower. A couple of very slight negatives on the room - bathroom floor was freezing and only PG tips t/bags on offer - if you like herbal, take your own.
CONS: The shower room is tiny with restricted headroom; The accommodation is on the 2nd floor up narrow stairs; It is not well served by public transport; You MUST be home by Midnight; You need to like dogs, as Mischa is very friendly. PROS: If you are happy with all of the above then it is a great ...
I have stayed here on several occasions during the last 18 months. It is a very nice hotel. The staff are polite and friendly. The hotel is well maintained with good facilities. There was a slight problem with the shower which needs to be fixed. Apart from this I had a lovely stay.
The hotel was very easy to get to from the railway station. Staff on reception were very pleasant and helpful. The bed was very comfortable and I had a wonderful nights sleep.
We arrived early and could not book in until 3pm, reception kindly offered use of the Spa & Gym so we had an enjoyable time using the facilities until check. Room was just what you would expect, very comfortable, clean and welcoming. We had a fine nights sleep then enjoyed a full breakfast. Next ...
Nottingham is a centrally located city that is compact in size yet modern and thriving with plenty to offer visitors. It’s just off the M1, is less than three hours away from London by road or rail and lies 40 miles south of Sheffield and 40 miles north of Leicester. Nottingham is extremely easy to get to from most major cities across the United Kingdom and offers you a wealth of historical attractions, lots of places to eat, dine and shop. And if you love to play a round there are great golf courses at Retford, Bulwell Forest and Nottingham City. Norwood Park is one of the few golf courses in England to be designed by an American. Stay in a <trong>golf hotel in Nottingham and explore all that this fabulous city has to offer.
Nottingham is a fantastic blend of old and new, so while you're not teeing off, why not explore everything there is to see? Nottingham Castle was the first Norman castle built in England over one thousand years ago. Newstead Abbey was the ancestral home of Lord Byron, while Wollaton Hall is a 16th century Elizabethan country house. The Lace Market is a preserved heritage area. There’s also Nottingham Contemporary, an art gallery and exhibition space built into the side of a sandstone cliff in 2009 and the visual arts space the New Art Exchange built in 2008. Stay in a great golf hotel in Nottingham before exploring a city that will delight and inspire you.
If you enjoy art and culture, the Focus Gallery was established in 1971 and has been 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 Crocus Gallery is a not for profit artist run exhibition space and shows contemporary art including painting, drawing and sculpture. 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.
Staying in a golf hotel in Nottingham means that you’ll be able to stay in a golf hotel with excellent facilities before heading out to explore all that Nottingham has to offer feeling refreshed and revitalised. Rooms in Nottingham golf hotels include laundry, room service and WiFi.