Swans Hotel and Restaurant

84-90 Radcliffe Road, Nottingham, NG2 5HH, United Kingdom
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87%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
22%
16
Very Good
50%
36
Average
15%
11
Poor
7%
5
Terrible
4%
3

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Good For Families
  • Families81
  • Couples75
  • Solo75
  • Business66

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Travel Tips for Nottingham

Forest

by megsykins

Get yourself down to the City Ground and watch Forest play!

Nottingham Forest were (and still are!) a great team. We won the Europeean Cup in 1979 and 1980.

The City Ground is the home stadium of Nottingham Forest. It's about 15 minutes walk or 5 mins bus from the city centre - follow the red shirts!

Forest play roughly every other Saturday, with some mid-week evening matches. The season is August - April / May. Look at www.nottinghamforest.co.uk for details of the next game.

Tickets are £10 - £25 depending on the opposition. Sometimes there's one-offs such as 'All tickets a fiver' or 'Kids for a Quid' where children only pay £1. Look out for these. Students can get discounted tickets with an NUS card. If it's cold, you will need a jumper and coat, plus gloves and a scarf. You can buy Nottingham Forest wooly hats and scarfs from their shop.

If it's raining, you might need a waterproof. All the seats are covered, but some of the people sitting nearer the pitch might get a bit wet.

Once there, buy a programme to find out team details, and at half-time buy a pie and a pint for the proper 'experience'.

The world's first home video recorder

by iwys

The world's first home video recorder was designed and manufactured in Nottingham in 1963 by the Nottingham Electronic Valve Company. They marketed the Telcan video recorder for £62, which was a lot of money in those days. You can see the Telcan video recorder at Nottingham Industrial Museum.

One of the best!

by peopletree about Petit Paris

The guys that own and run this restaurant used to be responsible for the food and a wonderful pub called the Peacock at Redmile in the nearby Vale of Belvoir. They set up on their own and have never looked back. The ambience is terrific. Striped pine, candlelit, and the food and menu tasty, beautifully presented and above all consistantly good. Filet steak wrapped in bacon and topped with grilled stilton. Wild mushrooms, in a delicate sauce topped with puff pastry. Yum!

Visit the canal area

by raquelitalarga

The canal runs through the city and has several restaurants and pubs next to it that are worth visiting. I can recommend especially Fellows Morton and Clayton for a pint. The towpath has been spruced up (I wouldn't recommend doing this walk at night) but in the day take a look at the canal barges and converted mills.

Nottingham Castle

by Nixter01

Nottingham Castle sits at the heart of the city, and was built to enforce the Norman Rule of the city. The original castle fell to the ground after many centuries and eventually the Duke Of Newcastle purchased the land and this ducal palace qas built in 1674 and eventually converted into museum art gallery in 1875.

The Castle is open daily from 10:00 - 5:00mp, last admission 4:30pm

Fee is free on Weekdays but Weekends & Bank Holidays its £2.00 per Adult and £1.00 per child/senior citizen

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Address: 84-90 Radcliffe Road, Nottingham, NG2 5HH, United Kingdom