Accomodation in Nottingham
|| Whether you’re
looking for a taste of luxury, a homely guesthouse, a
self-catering cottage, budget accommodation or a country
retreat, you’ll find it all in the undisputed capital
of the East Midlands.
Those wanting to splash out during their stay should head
to one of the city’s posh
hotels including the hugely popular Hilton Nottingham [map].
Part of the world famous hotel chain, this place has a
range of top class facilities, including a restaurant,
health club and swimming pool.
Also designed for those with money to burn is the Nottingham
Royal Moathouse [map] on Wollaton Street, which has a 24-hour residents
bar, two restaurants and a leisure club, with a nail salon,
sunbed, sauna, swimming pool and gym.
If you’re after a relaxing break in the country
but don’t want to stray too far from the hustle
and bustle of the city, there is a selection of country
houses on the outskirts of Nottingham. Situated in
700 acres of parkland just four miles from Nottingham
city centre, the Best Western Bestwood Lodge Hotel [map] has its own bar and restaurant, while for sporty types
there are tennis courts, a golf course and outdoor swimming
Alternatively you could opt to spend a few days in Robin
Hood’s old home, Sherwood Forest, where you’ll
find the Center Parcs holiday village [map].
Here you can enjoy some exhilarating relaxation in beautiful
woodland or try windsurfing in the lake.
A friendly Nottingham welcome is virtually guaranteed
at the many guesthouses and B&Bs dotted around the
In the quiet area of Sherwood Rise you’ll find the Greenwood Lodge Guesthouse [map],
which has won the Gold Award for the past five years,
while on Pelham Road there’s the Pelham Hotel [map],
a Victorian townhouse set in beautiful gardens.
Located five miles from the city centre is the family-run Magnolia Guest House [map] in the Lambley area, or for those who want to stay close
to Sherwood Forest there’s the Rufford Guest
House on Redhill Road.
If you’re visiting Nottingham on a tight budget
then the best way to watch those pennies is to opt for cheap and cheerful accommodation such as hostels and campsites. Nottingham also has its
own Youth Hostel Association hostel [map] situated in Nottingham Trent University student residence
on Wilton Road. Although it is only open during the Christmas
and summer holidays, it provides comfortable, clean self-catering
accommodation for backpackers.
You’ll find a great choice of budget
accommodation here including the popular Igloo
Tourist Hostel [map],
which is just a short walk from Victoria bus station.
If you want to make the most of the trendy eateries around
Nottingham then why not opt for self-catering
accommodation. There are a number of apartments in
the city centre, including the SACO Apartments [map],
or you could stay further a field in a cute little stone
cottage such as the Woodview Cottages [map] in Owthorpe.
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