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The Loggerheads
59 Cliff Road
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire

NG1 1GT | View map

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The Loggerheads is a friendly pub and lodging house and there is always a comfortable night's sleep to be had in one of our five accommodating bedrooms found on the second floor of this historic Inn. With single, twin and dorm rooms available, we welcome everyone, whether working, travelling or simply visiting for a night or few. Shower, w.c. and kitchen facilities available as well as TV, hot drinks and a wireless internet network. Each room has its own wash basin and the best thing of all is that there is a bar and music venue just downstairs. Nottingham train station is approximately 3 minutes walk away from The Loggerheads with links to all major cities including London using the Midland Mainline service. Here you can also board a tram at the Station Street stop to access other Northbound locations throughout the City. The Broadmarsh bus station and shopping centre are found at the end of the road. The Loggerheads is the best located and most affordable and friendly Inn within the City of Nottingham. We welcome your stay!

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