Hylands Hotel

307 Queens Road, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 1JB, United Kingdom
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planning a night out in nottingham

by stacey_simms


can anyone give me some information about the nightlife in nottingham i am planning a night out there on may 19th for mine and my mates bday and we are lookin for a wicked nite. are all the pubs and clubs in one main strip or are they scattered about?is the nightlife any good.

i would be grateful if anyone could email me with some more information and tell me of the best places to go and where they are please.

thank you

Re: planning a night out in nottingham

by northeast80

Depends what kind of night you're after really.
There's the Rock City 'complex' if you're after live bands and rock/goth.
Hockley area has lots and lots of bars and a couple of clubs, so I don't think you'll go wrong if you head down there.
There's lots more relaxed pubs but I don't think you'll be interested in a quiet night ;-)
There's a few good ones a bit out of the town if you're into drum & base and reggae.
There's a few more regular bars around streets off the town square for your townie types but there's a few good hidden ones too.
If you want more info on certain types just let me know!

Re: planning a night out in nottingham

by Heavens-Mirror

Hi there
nottingham has got fantastic nightlife to suit everyone.
What kind of music do you and your friends like? There are lots of clubs for different tastes in music to suit you.
Theres Rock city, good for punk, rock and indie music.
There is Flares and Reflex for the cheesy music and you can dress up like the 70-80's.
Faces has dance/chart music etc. There are loads more clubs to choose from.

Then theres lace market which has lots of stylish bars and wine bars. St james's street has a few student bars where you can get bargain drinks.

Also there are hundreds of places to eat out if you all fancy a meal before you go drinking.

If you want more information feel free to message me.
Stacey xxx

Travel Tips for Nottingham

The Castle Grounds

by iwys

In many ways the castle grounds are more interesting than the castle itself. Dotted around the grounds are the ruins of the original castle, monuments to Lord Byron and Albert Ball VC, the Victorian bandstand and some beautiful gardens. The best time to visit is in late April and early May to see the cherry blossom.

Also, from the castle walls you get some of the best views of the city.

Calverton Roses

by raquelitalarga

Drive or get the bus(N.o 7) to Woodborough village in July or August. Follow a public footpath(marked on the ordnance survey map) starting on the corner of a t-junction near the Woodborough Hall Hotel in the direction of Calverton and several fields later you can catch the scent wafting from behind a hedge. You come to a huge field with rainbow rows of every of variety of rose. On a hot day it's intoxicating!
I have a painting of the scene by a local artist.

Party On Down

by Nixter01 about Yates Wine Lodge

Yates wine Lodge are well known chain of pub throughout the UK and this one is no different. With its Victorian decor and large square balcolny bar. It has a mixture of people in the daytime and is bustiling by night. Entertainment is on quite frequently ranging from Kareoke, tribute bands to drag acts ( which are hilarious--DON''T stand at the front, they will pick you ! )
Pub food is served throughout the day

Cheap Pub Meals

by iwys about The Last Post

The Last Post, in Beeston, is part of the J D Wetherspoon chain of pub restaurants. Its name comes from the fact that it is located in the post office building. The post office still operates in the other half of the building. Like all of the 640+ J D Wetherspoon pubs, it offers great value meals, including 2 for £5.50, as well as an excellent selection of real ales. The food is typical British pub fare: fish and chips, lasagne etc.

Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 9am-midnight, Fri-Sat 9am-1am

Brewhouse Yard

by iwys

Brew House Yard is at the foot of Castle Rock, next to Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem. In the 13th century it was the site of the watermills for Nottingham Castle. The current building dates back to 1700, when it was a row of houses. Since 1977 it has housed the Museum of Nottingham Life and the entrance to some of the city's caves.

Opening times: 10am - 4.30pm

Admisssion (with Nottingham Castle): Adults £3, Children, Students & Seniors £1.50


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Address: 307 Queens Road, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 1JB, United Kingdom