Park Hotel

5-7 Waverly Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 2HN, United Kingdom
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32%
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Average
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Budget B&B near East Midland Airport 14.03.

by Pallag

Hi,

Would you recomend a budget B&B for me near East Mindland Airport?

Thx,

Gabor

RE: Budget B&B near East Midland Airport 14.03.

by leics

Can't specifically recommend one as the airport is only 30 minutes or so from where I live. But it's not an area full of accommodation options, I'm afraid.

There are one or two b&bs on this link, from around 30GBP (Kegworth or Swannington....if you stay further away you will end up paying more for transport to the airport anyway).

http://www.bedandbreakfast-directory.co.uk/uploads/estate/html/kw-East%20Midlands%20Airport.htm

You will have to take into account a taxi fare though; none of them are likely to have direct public transport to the airport.

RE: Budget B&B near East Midland Airport 14.03.

by searcher48

I am also hunting and found this. Sounds basic from reviews but for 26 pounds and 1 mile away cant be bad!https://www.travelodge.co.uk/make_a_booking/availability.php?hotel_id=126&doa_dd=18&doa_mm=03-2007&stay_len=1&no_of_rooms=1&corp_name=&agent_type=&agent_code=&x=67&y=10

Travel Tips for Nottingham

The Nottingham Deer

by iwys

Legend has it that Robin Hood's poaching in the royal deer parks caused him to fall out with the Sheriff of Nottingham. There are still large herds of deer in the Nottingham area today. At Wollaton Park, there are 100 roe deer and 150 red deer. They have been protected for so long now that they are not afraid of humans, so you can get really close to them, and they are beautiful!

Sherwood Foresters Regimental Museum

by iwys

The Sherwood Foresters Regimental Museum may sound a bit boring, but it is one of the most fascinating small museums I have visited. It is housed inside Nottingham Castle. There are impressive displays of uniforms, weapons, medals and photographs, recording the regiment's history from its origins as Colonel Houghton's Regiment in 1741 to its involvement in various conflicts and wars including the capture of Quebec from the French in 1759, the Burma War of 1826, the Boer War , the Crimean War, the First & Second World Wars, Palestine, Cyprus, Northern Ireland and Bosnia.

In this museum I discovered battles and wars that I never even knew the British army had taken part in. For example, I found out that in the nineteenth century, Britain invaded nearly every corner of the globe from Addis Ababa to Buenos Aires.

Nice beer

by coopergirl2003 about Keane's Head

The Keane's head is in the Lace Market area of Nottingham. It's a small one room traditional ish bar with a few tables and chairs. It's a no smoking pub which for me is wonderful but so many other pubs and bars nearby aren't so you end up smelly anyway!

The best bit about this pub is the atmosphere and the choice of beer. It seems to attract an older audience (by older I mean maturuty not age) who enjoy sitting and talking and not the 'meat market' crowd. There's a good range of beers, my favourite being a cherry beer! It's lovely for a nice relaxed evening out Wear anything you like, I had jeans, nice fitted top and high heeled boots but there were equally people in trainers and t-shirts - no one looked or felt out of place.

Oldest Restaurant in Nottingham

by iwys about Puncinello

Puncinello is the oldest restaurant in Nottingham. It is in a pretty, half-timbered building, which looks more like an inn than a restaurant. The interior decor is a bit shabby. I think the food there is overrated. I have eaten sirloin steak with french fries and swordfish with rocket salad there. Neither was particularly good.

Great Nottinghamians : Robin Hood

by amsterdam_vallon

Earliest references...
The year 1377 is the earliest reference to Robin Hood, in William Langland's poem, "The vision of William concerning Piers Plowman". Other historical evidence places Robin anywhere between 1190 - 1307. Some ballads mention that Robin Hood was born in Locksley town, Nottinghamshire.

Sherwood Forest...
Legend has it that Robin lived in Sherwood Forest which in his time covered roughly 100,000 acres. Robin is thought to have become an outlaw there by 1225. His band of merry men apparently resided with Robin in the forest, robbing passersby on Watling Street near the River Went, a street leading straight to London in the South.

Robbing the rich...
Robin is famous for his gallantry, robbing the rich to feed the poor and fighting against injustice and tyranny.

The Sheriff's challenge...
It was on the Market Square that Robin took advantage of an amnesty and won the coveted silver arrow in a contest devised by the Sheriff.

The choice of weapon...
Robin used a longbow as his weapon made of the English "yew" tree.

The wedding...
St. Mary's Church in Edwinstowe is said to be the "church in the forest" where Robin married Marian.

How did he die?
Some say Robin was killed by his princess cousin, in Yorkshire. She was having an affair and bled Robin to death under the guise of medicinal healing to keep him out of the way of her indiscretions. Another version suggests a monk who was brought to help Robin actually murdered him. Kirklees Priory is where the supposed grave of Robin Hood can still be seen to this day. A medieval gravestone was found there bearing a partial inscription "here lies Robard Hude..." The legend of Robin Hood also suggests that after his death, Maid Marian returned to Little Dunmow Priory and was poisoned by the king.

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