Nottingham

Nottingham is one of our most celebrated cities, its imposing castle symbolising its place in our history, but then so too does its most ancient pub. The city is a lively one thanks in part to its universities, with the added charm of timeless events like its Goose Fair... Read More

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Nottingham Events

March
Model Railway Exhibition
April
British Silent Cinema Weekend
May
Nottingham Arboretum Festival
June
Nottingham Green Festival
Nottingham Live Music Festival
July
Nottingham Carnival
Nottingham Pride
One World One City
Splendour Festival
August
Caribbean Carnival Forest
Fine Food Summer Festival
Nottingham Carnival
Nottingham Triathlon
Riverside Festival
Robin Hood Family Show
September
D.H. Lawrence Festival
Headstock Festival
Robin Hood Marathon
October
Goose Fair
NOW Festival
Robin Hood Pageant
November
Bonfire Night
Bonfire Night & Firewalk
Robin Hood Pageant
December
Christmas Market
Nottingham Winter Wonderland
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Hotels in Nottingham - 79 places to stay

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Hart's Hotel

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Hart’s Hotel stands on the site of the ramparts of Nottingham’s Medieval Castle. Just 5 minutes walk from the City Centre. The hotel is located in a quiet, traffic free cul de sac with ... More | Double Room: From £134 | visit website
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Westminster Hotel

Westminster Hotel

Less than 1 mile from the city centre, this family owned and run hotel offers well presented accommodation, including superior rooms each with air-conditioning. Renowned for its good food, comfort and hospitality the Westminster is ... More | visit website

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Cotswold Hotel

Cotswold Hotel

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An ideal spot for business or a well deserved leisure break, the Cotswold Hotel is less than a mile from the city of Nottingham and all the surrounding legends of ... More

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City Pads Serviced Apartments

City Pads Serviced Apartments

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A fusion of old and new, this historical building has been carefully converted into a unique selection of one and 2-bedroom apartments, a triplex and a penthouse apartment. 111 The Ropewalk is ... More

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Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms

Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms

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Restaurant Sat Bains with rooms boasts the highest rating in Nottingham with the AA Hotel guide and is listed in their Top 200 places to stay in the UK, with a service ... More | Double Room: From £109

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SACO Apartments Nottingham

SACO Apartments Nottingham

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Situated on The Ropewalk, these stylish and contemporary one and two bedroom apartments have commanding views over The Park, and are conveniently located for the city centre.Each beautifully furnished apartment ... More

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Waltons Hotel

Waltons Hotel

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Small, friendly hotel with great food.Bar snacks and a la carte.All rooms en suite.Car park available.Within easy walking distance of Nottingham city centre and Queens Medical Centre.Outside patio with BBQ ... More

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Olive Tree Bar and Hotel

Olive Tree Bar and Hotel

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We are a cosy bar and hotel with character in a quiet central location, only 1 minute walk to Nottingham Castle, the Lace Market, Tales of Robin Hood, Canal Museum ... More

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P & J Hotel

P & J Hotel
P & J Hotel offers luxury serviced apartments and hotel rooms with an excellent central location in the thriving city of Nottingham.Nottingham is the land of Robin Hood and his merry men, rich in history ... More | visit website
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Colwick Hall Hotel

Colwick Hall Hotel

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The bedrooms and suites at Colwick Hall Hotel has been restored to their former glory. In the nineteenth century, Colwick Hall was an Ideal Resort with elegant bedrooms and the ... More

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