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Colwick Hall Hotel
Racecourse Road
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire

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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 landed gentry would arrive on steamboats along the River Trent and enjoy afternoon teas on the lawn overlooking the country park.

Colwick Hall Hotel is a magnificent palladian style Georgian country house mansion nestling in over sixty acres of parkland. A historic building dating back to Saxon times and once the ancestral home of Lord Byron.

Located just two miles from Nottingham City Centre, Colwick Hall is a grade II* listed manor with a grand entrance overlooking Nottingham racecourse offering exquisite facilities. From the award winning Georgetown Restaurant, 1776 The Grand Ballroom ~ hugely popular for grand weddings, several function rooms for meetings and conferences and private dining, through to the Lakeside Pavilion ~ a grand marquee within the grounds of Colwick Hall overlooking the lake.

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