Premier Inn Nottingham - City Centre (London Road)

Island Site, London Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 4UU, United Kingdom
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Hotels nearest to University of Nottingham

by Starlingsg

Hi,

Appreciate recommendation from anyone for good and inexpensive
hotels nearest to University of Nottingham, preferably walking
distances away.

Thanks

Re: Hotels nearest to University of Nottingham

by Dunx

The nearest hotel to the main campus is the Innkeepers Lodge (known locally as The Priory) - see www.innkeeperslodge.com
Can't comment on quality - looks like standard Travelodge-type rooms. Anyway, it's about half a mile from the western entrance to the campus.

Travel Tips for Nottingham

Mayor Of Nottingham

by Nixter01

Say Hello to the Sheriff and second time round Lord Mayor Of Nottingham.

His name's John Hartshorne and he is a local councillor
If you want to find him, pop in to the Council Houses in the Market Square ! Meeting the Mayor when I was a Brownie !

Goose Fair.

by A2002

There's a big Nottingham goose fair annually. It is the 708th Goose fair in 2002. It is traditionally held in Nottingham on the first Thurs, Fri, and Sat of October yearly. The fair covers about 18 acres with lotsa rides and games stalls for both adults and children.
There are also lotsa stalls selling food, but for they are all selling about the same type of food. Not much choice though. Common ones are chips, mushy peas, hot dogs, burgers, candy floss, toffee apples, and a couple of chinese food stall.
It seems like brandy snaps is a traditional goose fair food. A bit too sweet for my taste.

Vibrant nightlife - where to try...

by sourbugger about Various

Nottingham's nightlife has always been quite a vibrant thing. Years back alot of it had to do with the fact that women outnumbered men by a ratio of (some claim) up to seven to one. The reason for this was that the main industries of the city, such as lace making and shoemaking ovewhelmingly employed women.

These days Nottingham is one of the biggest University cities in the country, and that is driving forward the bar culture.

Two area inparticular are worth checking out in addition to the older pubs in the City Centre : Canal street (near the station) which feature a pub split in two by a canal and the Lace Market area.

Both places are also excellent places for a stroll in the daytime. It varies - best to go for smrt casual with shoes to be on the safe side

Cheap Fish & Chips

by iwys about Lace Market Fish Bar

About the cheapest meal you are going to find in Nottingham is at the Lace Market Fish Bar, where you can get good fish, chips and peas for just £1.99. It is open until 3am at weekends. It was selected by Nottingham students as one of the top ten eateries in Nottingham.

Caves of Nottingham

by musbars

The cave network was substantially expanded and became home to a large proportion of the poorer populace, particularly those involved in the tanning industry. The caves were gradually abandoned in the 19th and early part of the 20th century, but came into use again as air raid shelters during World War II. A section of the cave network under the Broadmarsh shopping centre is now open as a tourist attraction, and some parts are still used as pub cellars.

Another section of the caves, under the castle, is still in regular use as the indoor rifle range of Nottingham Rifle Club. In addition, Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem Inn, a pub that claims to be the oldest in Britain (see above), is partly built into the cave system below the castle. Although the pub's building only dates from the 16th or 17th century, the caves themselves may date to the 11th century and could have been the site of the brewhouse for the castle.

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Address: Island Site, London Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 4UU, United Kingdom