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We were only there for a golf competition so didn't really see much of Nottingham. We did eat in the Gameston Lock, which was pleasant and the food was good. Premier Inn on London road, next to BBC centre was perfect for the Nottinghamshire Golf Club, Trent Bridge and both the Nottingham football clubs. Train station is easy for all of those too.
There are plenty of good places for food and drink. But it does take a long time to reach any place outside the city in Nottinghamshire. A little gem would be to walk around the grounds of wollaton hall
good base for exploring Nottinghamshire. the town itself is historic and interesting and excellent for a morning/evening stroll to stretch the legs. also very pleasant to walk along the riverbank past the impressive castle. a visit to the Prince Rupert pub in Stodman street is a must do.
Bingham is a pleasant town set in the relatively unknown Nottinghamshire countryside. It has easy access to Nottingham, which is why we stay here. It is also much better value and better situated than many Nottingham hotels. This time, we explored some of the lovely nearby countryside and drove to St Wilfrid's Church Screveton about four miles away. Here my twelve times great grandfather Sir Richard Whalley lies buried in a superb 16th century alabaster tomb at the base of the church tower. His three wives and 25 children are all carved into the back of his tomb and I am related to his eldest son Thomas and through him to Sir Wyamarus Whalley, King William the Conqueror's standard-bearer at the Battle of Hastings. Amazing what you can find in an out-of-the-way English parish church!
The City is very compact so you can easily get round it in a day. We stayed for 2 nights and that was plenty of time to see all the main attractions. The Museum of Nottinghamshire Life was very good but only opens on Saturday and Sunday. I really wanted to see the Courts of Justice but it was being renovated so could only see the old Police Station. Lots of shops, bars and restaurants and a nice walk along the canal if you get good weather.
Pleasant market town, a good base for visiting family and exploring north Nottinghamshire. Lots of National Trust properties in the area - great potential for interesting days out.
Try Cods scallops across the road. A fish and chip shop with a big difference !! Travel a bit and see the Nottinghamshire district. Parks, castles, play areas. Something for all ages.
I would thoroughly recommend Colston Bassett for anyone wanting to explore Nottinghamshire. In particular if you're a cyclist the roads around there are perfect - look up 'Belles of Beloir' Sportive on RidewithGPS for a 24, 50 or 70 mile route you could try. There's only one pub in the village but the food is lovely and the garden is beautiful. The village is a real gem of tranquility - real 'old england'!
Bingham, another Nottinghamshire small market town, plenty of places to eat including a few pubs. Sits on the old A52 (A52 now bypasses Bingham) at the junction with A46 so an ideal stop over if traveling north/south or east/west or any combination of all directions, only 10 or so minutes to Newark junction of the A1 for motorway acess to the northeast/southeast, we were traveling up to Yorkshire. The city of Nottingham ( Cricket Test and County matches, premier league football as well National water sports centre for whitewater rafting/canoeing) about 20 mins away, add another 15mins and your at East Midlands Airport. Plenty of places for easy walks including the river Trent not to mention loads of local pubs and eating places. To sum up at good place for a overnight stop over or a long weekend break.
Greater Nottingham/shires Stapleford just fab hot it’s towns of Broxtowe BC topsoftheworld there are lots Raul places going as far as no mans land as there is dale abbey hermitage place caves Henry the eighth church chapel architecture greater Derbyshire it’s fascinating geological surroundings in its excitements adventures much to exploration etc yes greater greater greater Nottinghamshire derbyshire just great combinations to wild life’s especially for winter comes ok lots to learn on ok thank you DET
8.2 Very good 377 reviews
My first 3 nights superbly lovely etc I liked very much in deed etc ok but I like my other room just as better as it shows open window to see the real Stapleford greater Nottinghamshire etc but at this moments the tv is not in order it’s being looked at by the certain members of staff yes apart from all I like very much my further 2 weeks stay it’s a greater greater greater topsoftheworld thank you DET Respectos
8.8 Fabulous 146 reviews
If a little dated the red brick is a very homely,clean characterful place to have a relaxing weekend.the staff were really nice and very helpful.The food is outstanding and extremely good value a good selection of drinks from the bar,it's very handily located for touring about Nottinghamshire as well.I thoroughly reccomend the red brick house to anyone,I want to try a chalet with a hot tub next time.
7.9 Good 1,263 reviews
Genuine kindness and friendliness of staff. Beautiful surroundings. Very clean. Excellent pool. Pets are not allowed which is great for allergy sufferers. Beautiful area although did not have time to explore. Handy for Lincolnshire, Clumber, Nottinghamshire villages and not too far from the Peaks.
9.5 Exceptional 118 reviews
A very attentive host who, the night we arrived, attended a Visit Nottinghamshire black tie event and scooped the award for the best B&B in the county! That says it all. We'll be back!
9.9 Exceptional 33 reviews
Wonderful hosts. Beautiful environment. A really great base to explore Nottinghamshire. Hoveringham is also a lovely little village.
8.0 Very good 448 reviews
One staff member (whose name I have unfortunately forgotten) was particularly pleasant and friendly and went the extra mile to help us out. We arrived early, having gotten off a red-eye flight, and she kindly let us stow our bags and gave us suggestions on where to go while our room was being prepared. Then when she found out that I was interested in history, she took me on a private tour of the older parts of the building. Definitely above and beyond the requirements!
8.6 Fabulous 977 reviews
This hotel had the most pleasant and helpful staff we have had the privilege to be served by for many years. It was a gtreat pleasure and made our stay so much better than other hotels we have used in the past. Our room was great and the service and food in the restaurant was truly excellent with them catering for any changes we wanted with a cheerful attitude. Such a pleasure.
7.8 Good 486 reviews
A very nice place to stay indeed. Extremely friendly staff. Clean rooms. All the special atmosphere of small unique one-of-a-kind hotel (not possible in boring chain hotels). Great location and all kinds of eating places nearby (excellent fish&chips nearby - thanks for recommendation guys, pubs, sandwich bar, shops). I'll happily come and stay again.
8.7 Fabulous 147 reviews
We made a last minute booking for a standard room at a reduced rate and were delighted to find that we had been upgraded to a beautiful suite at no extra cost. The food, both in the evening and at breakfast, was gorgeous and the staff were friendly and attentive without being intrusive.
8.6 Fabulous 688 reviews
The stay was excellent. The staff was ever so wonderful. The room was comfortable and clean. The breakfast was excellent. I really would recommend this beautiful hotel to stay and enjoy. I will be staying there again.
9.2 Superb 2,444 reviews
a nice hotel that I will come back again, in hot summer, air conditioner is very important for Asia people, the kitchen well equipped and clean
8.8 Fabulous 814 reviews
Staff super friendly and helpful. Good location for shopping and restaurants. Perfect in every way!
8.3 Very good 1,226 reviews
I like everything about this hotel and staff here are excellent friendly and helpful.
8.8 Fabulous 218 reviews
Really nice & comfortable hotel, smiling staff and good breakfast. Perfect stay.
8.4 Very good 595 reviews
Fantastic location accommodation was perfect a real quirky place to stay
8.9 Fabulous 739 reviews
Centrally located to the town centre. Lovely, clean room.
7.7 Good 1,541 reviews
Close to city, staff excellent, breakfast was great.
8.3 Very good 833 reviews
The bed was comfy and apartment very cosy.
6.4 Review score 4,285 reviews
Great staff, excellent value😊
4.4 Review score 8 reviews