The Hogs Head Hotel

Awsworth lane, Nottingham, NG16 2RN, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Nottingham

White Water, White Knuckles !

by Nixter01

Holme Pierrepoint is Nottinghams water sports centre, It is an ideal place in which to make team building. It also offers some of the best water sports facilities in the world. This National Water Sports Centre near Nottingham is a purpose built venue for the UK's top leading sports men & women
It comprises of : Regatta Lake 2000 x 135 m
Canoe Slalom Course
Water Ski Lagoon
Sports Hall
Conference Centre's
Overnight accomadtion and much more ! Wet Suits, Hats, Gloves, Thick Warm Coats, its a water sports centre, you won't stay dry !

Goose Fair

by Nixter01

Goose Fair is one of Europes largest travelling fairs with more than 150 rides and games and stalls. It starts on a wednesday and goes through to the saturday night finishing at 11:30pm.
Nobody really knows how it got its name other than folk used to bring Geese from Lincolnshire and Norfolk to sell here ready for fattening up for xmas. The fair then started yrs later and its original site was on the Old Market Sq but later came here to the Forest Recreation Ground at the turn of the century.
When its due to open on the wednesday the Lord Mayor rings 2 silver bells to declare it officially open !

Jass Cafe

by jo104 about Jas Cafe

This coffee shop is attached to the Jass interiors shop which sells some funky gadgets. There are different areas you can sit & sip lovely coffee & think my house could do with this they stock tables, chairs, lighting almost anything you can think of.

There are tables outside with a very pretty little central garden & one would never guess you're on a busy main pedestrian street - the perfect hideaway.

For me the coffee was a good hangover cure

Visit Nottingham castle!

by Flem2002

It's an obvious thing to do in Nottingham, but just don't expect anything that looks like Kevin Costner's castle from the film. The entrance to the Castle is on a cobbled pedestrianised street, and make time to explore this - there's a lace museum and shop opposite, the Robin Hood statue (get the obligatory photo) and at the bottom of the hill is Ye Olde trippe to Jeruselum - the oldest pub in Britain (http://www.triptojerusalem.com).

From the grounds of the Castle, you'll get great views over the City and on a clear day, see for miles around. The building itself is home to a vibrant museum and art gallery housing collections of silver, glass, armour and paintings, plus fifteen centuries of Nottingham history. The galleries also bring the best regional, national and international artist's work to the city.
There is of course, a nice cafe and gift shop too. There are also cave tours - see the website for details.

Entrance fee is a few pounds for adults, but the ticket is also valid for the nearby Brewhouse Yard museum of life. See the website for up to date info on ticketing.

A Leafy City

by raquelitalarga

Nottingham is great for tree lined avenues and also parks. They are a great space for city dwellers and a lot (not all) are well kept by the city council. The best are Wollaton (Tudor mansion), Bestwood Country Park (once part of Sherwood Forest), the Arboretum (city centre), Colwick Park (trout fishing possible) and, my 'local' in the north of the city, Woodthorpe Grange (hothouse, pitch and putt). The Woodthorpe photos are action shots, not really highlighting the park itself!

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