Grantham Hotel

24-26 Radcliffe Road, Nottingham, NG2 5FW, United Kingdom
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Two more questions

by baron1970

After posting my question, I found out the following places for my daughter. Which one do you think is more fun for our daughter and how do we get there?
Finally how do we get to McArthurGlen Designer Outlet, Mansfield from our hotel? Thanks and promise no more questions till tomorrow :)

Re: Two more questions

by Britannia2

The McArthurGlen outlet is 15 minute drive from the railway station so I think it would have to be a taxi there and back. There are regular trains on the Nottingham to Mansfield line see://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/home/traffic_and_travel/trains/robinhoodline/robinhoodline-information.htme.
The best place for children in Nottingham is the Tales of Robin Hood in Maid Marion Way. We used to go every year when my son was small and we never got bored of it. See www.robinhood.uk.com

Re: Two more questions

by baron1970

You are right, sorry about that. Here are what I found:

Ferry Farm Park
Sherwood Forest Farm Park
White Post Farm Centre

Travel Tips for Nottingham

Tea For Two ?

by Nixter01

This is a general and fondest memory for me because when I was iun the Brownies ( many years ago ) we came here and met the Lord Mayor of Nottingham. It was very special and you felt like royalty ! We had tea and biscuits and got to ask him questions, all abit too much for a 7yr old I think !
Anyway the building itself has 2 Huge lions guarding the front, whilst behind its pillars are cherubs looking out towards the trades. Designed in the 1920's replacing the 200yr old exchange at the base of its 200ft high dome four statues are stated representing Commerce, Civic Law, Prosperity & Knowledege, the hallmarks of the City Of Nottingham. I miss the stupid pigeons that wander around your feet as if you're not there ! they are like the ones down London, and I think they are all on something ! They are so crazy !

finding the attenborough nature reserve

by StarAnise&Rocamadour

a few days before christmas, we went for a walk. a longish walk. following the nottingham canal through the city centre, past lots of narrow-boats, past joggers, homeless guitarists through to the industrial parts of beeston. no more people. just a canal and factories on each side. with ever-lowering sun. and mist. and cold. and leafless trees. then back to life at the beeston loch. where the river trent meets the canal. and makes marshy boggy wetlands with billabongs.

and so we found the attenborough nature reserve. cheek by jowl with industrial heartland of the midlands. birds and otters sandwiched between the radcliffe power station and a railway track. somehow beautiful all the same. this is life. all mixed up together. welcome to the midlands.

the picture is of the sun setting over one of the billabongs with the smoke from radcliffe power station in the background. i call it a billabong because i don't know what else to call it. i will have to ask an english person. it's too small for a lake. too big for an oversized pond. a top-ender from the NT can only think in terms of billabongs!

~ One of my favourite Bars in Nottingham ~

by Heavens-Mirror about ~ Bar Schnapps ~

Bar Schnapps is one of my favourite bars in Nottingham. I also call it the Death bar for a laugh as i got drunk here with my friend Haylee one night on my Birthday and ended up at home before 12am...Hehe the shame of it but i enjoyed the night out.
They sell lots of different drinks from beer, wine, spirits, shots, cocktails you name it Schapps has it...... Sometimes they do have special offers on too.

Open till 4am and has a great atmosphere with music for all tastes.

my favourite drink is "The Westside Special" It comes in a pint size glass and tastes like Iron Bru. Tastes like a soft drink but the contents are totally lethal and leave you very drunk hehe. Smart Casual. Anything you want to wear. Popular with Students.

Situated just off Nottingham's Old Market Square, Bar Schnapps is easy to find and attracts people from all walks of life. With a friendly atmosphere and eclectic collection of music ranging from Sinatra to OutKast, Bar Schnapps certainly has that special something, not to mention the extensive selection of spirits, beer and shooters from around the globe.

Boats included!

by bonio about Canalhouse

Well, the only pub I've been in that has a canal inside! certainly unique.
It's one of the Castle Rock chain of pubs in the Nottingham area so, as ever, a good choice of beers, both foreign and locally brewed real ales. The ones we tried were excellent, sadly the food not really anything to write home about though. Interesting menu to choose from but the patatas bravas and lamb kofte were not very authentic, pizza for Mrs Bonio better recieved, I guess it's down to your own taste.
Certainly be back for a beer!

Visit Woollaton Hall and Park

by uglyscot

Woollaton Hall was built by Lord Middleton. It was one of the grandest and most expensive stately houses of the day.
Alterations have been made several times since.
The great hall is interesting and part of the salon is furnished, but without contemporary furniture much is left to the imagination. Audio-visual guides telling a story are in some of the rooms.
Copies of family portraits adorn the walls of The Dining room.
Upstairs is the Natural History Collection, the Willoughby room, the African Wildlife Gallery, Insect Gallery and Mineral Gallery. Entry is free.

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