Chatterley House Hotel

Coronation Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom
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England's sporting city....

by sourbugger

Nottingham can justifiably claim to be England's sporting city.

The two footbal clubs may well be struggling at the moment, but the two grounds are but a stones' throw apart and you are pretty likely to be able to get a ticket during the season.

Notts County is actually the oldest football club in the world, whilst Nottingham Forest had its glory days in the 1980's under Brian Clough (now then young man attention)when they went as far as becoming European champions. Brain (Sept 2004) tragically died at the rather young age of 69.

The Trent Bridge cricket ground is also of note - being often considered the finest ground in the county. It hosted the first inter-county matches way back in 1838 and it's first test match (international) in 1899. Nottinghamshire play here in the summer season and there is still at least one test match (5 days long) every year.

And that is just scratching the surface : There is the Ice arena (good ice hockey) the Tennis centre (national champhionships etc) and the National watersports centre.

You can find some virtual tours of some of these venues at the website given.

Nottingham Canal

by iwys

Nottingham Canal opened in 1796. Originally, it extended 15 miles from Langley Mill to the River Trent in Nottingham. Nowadays only a 2.5 mile stretch remains in central Nottingham, from Lenton chain to the Trent. You can pay to travel on canal barges, or walk for free along the canal tow paths.

Olde Worlde Tea

by ker13 about The Governor's House [possibly 'Mansion']

The building is an original Tudor building at the very corner of the Market square. My granny goes there every day for "elevenses", normally a tea and a cream cake, knowing her. There's a bakery on the bottom floor, and you can take your food up to the top floor and look down over the market square. There's an original "bathroom" (picture a TINY closet cut into the wall) which they leave for posterity, but fully functional loos on the third floor. NOT wheelchair-friendly! But the ambience is unbeatable, and "The Guv" really contributes to the overall medieval feel of the town, without being touristy or kitchy. It's not a white-linen type of restaurant, more what North Americans would call a cafe, but not corporate a la Starbucks. A neat little place to spend some time absorbing the atmosphere. Ploughman's lunch: simple, plentiful, lots of brie. I always felt it goes with the tone of the town, since nothing's processed, no Big Macs (in fact, I can't remember a MacDonald's in town at all. I could be wrong. There are hundreds of fish&chip shops anyway- 'chippys'.) Prices not bad, depends what and how much you have. And the exchange rate, of course.

10 things to do in Nottingham (part 2)

by StarAnise&Rocamadour

5. Feel nostalgic for Australia by going to the local Muffin Break and ordering a flat white (no one else knows what a flat white is). Admittedly, the Muffin Break is pretty plebian and tucked away in a not so nice shopping plaza. But hey, I can get a flat white. Cool.

6. Head to the Lace Market, the heart of the English lace industry until machines and poor people in far flung countries took away the jobs. Instead you will find some cool pubs and clubs (including a pub which bought out a beautiful cathedral - it feels sacrilegious to get drunk under stained glass windows), the world’s smallest commercially viable cinema (the screen room) and my favourite restaurant, ‘Squeek’ (veggie of course).

7. Check out the live jazz, poetry slams and weird electronica videos at the Malt Cross on Saturday nights, you can even get covered in paint by participating in their art-in-action project.

8. Try to find Robin Hood in Sherwood Forest. Instead you will find squillions of screaming kids in green leggings with bows and arrows, ice-cream vans and a very forlorn looking Major Oak (tree) which is so old that it is now being held up with wires.

9. Go ice-skating on Torvill and Dean’s hometurf – at the UK’s National Ice Arena. Or if you’re not much into ice-skating you could go to a Faithless concert at the same place, they just cover up the ice with planks of wood.

10. See if you can spot me among the hordes. (Ahoy thar, Aussie)

Where Robin wed Marian

by CliffClaven

This doesn't look too impressive: not really the kind of church that would merit a 'vaut le détour' in the Michelin guide. But St Mary's Church in the village of Edwinstowe, near Nottingham, is reputed to be where Robin and Maid Marian were wed. I guess they didn't invite the Sheriff.


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