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Easy walking distance of places of interest and good eating places but car parking very expensive and cramped.Disappointed with Nottingham seemed like a planner gone mad.Been there,seen it not on my list of places to visit again.
My late night, last minute booking, plus desire for accomodation close to our offices led me to the discovery of the year - Glebe House. This quaint Georgian House tucked down a quiet country lane is the epitome of what we all imagine British B&Bs to be. Carole and Andrew are quite simply wonderful ...
Better than the average hotel . Much nicer atmosphere than the usua chain hotel. After travelling 3 to 4 hours the friendly atmosphere is great, Great staff, great food and a great atmosphere,
We only rated cleanliness as 3 because although on arrival the room was spotless, during our two night stay the room was tendered too e.g. Bed not remade, tidied etc. Not the end of the world but it's little things that make the stay even better. The hotel and facilities were great though, lovely ...
Lovely, friendly staff with excellent large rooms with great facilities. I particularly liked the bathrooms, with great showers
Nottingham is centrally located in England and lies 40 miles south of Sheffield and 40 miles north of Leicester. It’s just off the M1, easily accessible from most parts of the United Kingdom and less than three hours away from London by road or rail. There’s a wealth of historical attractions to be found in Nottingham, plus lots of places to eat, dine and shop. Stay in a luxury hotel in Nottingham and explore all that this great city has to offer.
It’s possible to cross the city of Nottingham in a little under ten minutes on foot, so if you’re in Nottingham and fancy a spot of retail therapy, your time will most certainly be spent shopping and not dropping. And if you do love to shop, you’ll find the Intu Victoria shopping centre contains all the familiar high street names under one roof. Nottingham is also excellent when it comes to wining and dining, with well over one thousand cafés and restaurants serving everything from artisan bread to organic yoghurt to choose from. As soon as you step outside your luxury hotel, you’ll be absolutely amazed by all that Nottingham has to offer
Literary fans will make a beeline for the two Nottinghamshire homes of Lord Byron, while the elegant, Grade-II listed Colwick Hall Hotel is a superb Georgian manor, and Newstead Abbey is an historic house and country park. There’s also a number of delightful towns and villages throughout Nottinghamshire. Southwell is reported to be the smallest cathedral town in the country, and is home to the beautiful Southwell Minster. Southwell also shows you the darker side of history, with a Victorian Workhouse that lets you glimpse into what life was really like in a 'welfare institution'. Those who want to follow in the footsteps of the Pilgrim Fathers can visit Babworth and Scrooby and explore the Mayflower Trail. Enjoy your stay in a luxury hotel in Nottingham before heading out to discover all that this city has to offer.
Stay in a luxury hotel in Nottingham for a city break or long weekend and relax and unwind in style and sumptuous surroundings before checking out the famous landmarks around the city. Rooms come in a range of types from single to deluxe, with accessible rooms also available. Facilities and features in luxury hotels in Nottingham also include free WiFi, laundry and housekeeping, as well as those special touches that make them a genuine pleasure to stay at, such as spa facilities, in-room massage and whirlpool baths.