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 - 73 places to stay

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Hart's Hotel

Hart
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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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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Eastwood Hall

Eastwood Hall

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Set amid 26 acres of landscaped gardens, this attractive hotel boasts an impressive array of modern business and leisure facilities.
Situated in the quiet village of Eastwood, a short drive west of ... More | Double Room: From £58

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Rutland Square Hotel

Rutland Square Hotel

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In central Nottingham, just 50 metres from Nottingham Castle, the Rutland Square Hotel has friendly staff, excellent food and modern comforts in traditional surroundings. The Rutland Square Hotel is close to many ... More

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The Loggerheads

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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 ... More

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Langar Hall

Langar Hall
Set in the Vale of Belvoir, Langar Hall is situated 12 miles South East of Nottingham on the Leicestershire border. It stands in quiet seclusion by the 12th Century village church, overlooking gardens, medieval carp ... More | Double Room: From £125 | visit website
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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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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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Park Inn Nottingham

Fresh, fully refurbished rooms, a contemporary setting and excellent customer service just 10 minutes from Nottingham city centre. The modern hotel comes with free on-site car parking and extensive on-site leisure facilities including an indoor heated ... More | visit website

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Rutland Hall

Rutland Hall

University Park Campus is set in 330 acres of beautiful rolling parkland, within easy reach of Nottingham City Centre.

It is regarded as one of the largest and most attractive campuses in the country with comfortably ... More | visit website

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