Village Hotel & Leisure Club - Nottingham

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Brailsford Way, Chilwell, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG9 6DL, United Kingdom
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Costs 42% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Solo60
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Nottingham for 1 Day

by stevee

I will be arriving in Nottingham on a Thursday for a brief visit to the Nottingham City Hospital. Looking for some ideas on sightseeing and pubs to visit. I will be arriving by train, staying at the "Park Inn", and will not have access to a car.


Re: Nottingham for 1 Day

by hawkhead

There's the Castle, and the Art Gallery. Also the Caves.

Re: Nottingham for 1 Day

by brotherleelove

But watch out for bandits in Sherwood Forest. I hear there's a group of them robbing the rich to give to the poor!

Re: Nottingham for 1 Day

by Abeyna

"Ye Old Trip to Jerusalem" is one of the oldest pubs in the UK.. near to the castle.
Also recommend cruising round the town square, visiting Hockley area with all the bars and night clubs.

The Nottingham Uni campus is probably one of the more aesthetic in this country.. plenty of buses from town go in that direction. After visiting the campus, head on towards Beeston and visit the pub next to the Beeston Train station; they do great meals; apparently won a few awards in Times magazine or something similar..

Re: Nottingham for 1 Day

by raquelitalarga

Hi, I have a few ideas! To follow up on the previous reply mentioning the pub in Beeston... it's called The Victoria Hotel, is a traditional real ale foodie pub. However I would say that Beeston is quite a bus ride out of the centre and evening local trains don't stop as frequent as they if you are looking for good restaurants and real ale pubs The Mansfield road has The Lincolnshire Poacher, The Golden Fleece and the Hard To Find cafe bar and at the top The Maze.
The Broadway cinema in Hockley has a very popular bar restaurant and good independent movies. The Botanical Gardens in the centre (on the tram line) are charming. If you do take a bus to the University campus then also visit the art gallery and theatre on site near the boating lake. Check out the NCT website for bus timetables.

Re: Nottingham for 1 Day

by brazzi

jerusalem is just outside the castle,reported to be the oldest pub in england.
also another pub i forget the name,but5 minutes walk from the jerusalem walk down to castle boulevard,turn left and cross the road,a trendy sort of boozer that the canal flows through.

Re: Nottingham for 1 Day

by sourbugger

the caves - great idea. Also don't miss the galleries of justice. Avoid the Robin hood dark ride like the plague. ye olde trip to jerusalem - great, but there are better pubs in the city - checkout

Re: Nottingham for 1 Day

by Britannia2

I think the post above that mentions the Robin Hood dark ride means the Place I am going to recommend - The Tales of Robin Hood in Maid Marion Way. We go every few years and never get bored with it.

Re: Nottingham for 1 Day

by sourbugger

yes, that is where i meant. the 'tales' of robin hood. we will just have to agree to disagree - i thought it was cobbblers. and overpriced. and incoherent. and historically inaccurate. and naff.

Travel Tips for Nottingham

Orientation & Information

by amsterdam_vallon

Nottingham like the other Midlands cities, is chopped in pieces by an inner ring road, which encloses most of the attractions, eateries and bars.

The train station is south of the canal on the southern edge of the centre.

There are two bus stations : Victoria bus station is hidden away behind the Victoria shopping centre, just north of the city centre, while Broadmarsh bus station (the National Express buses stop there) is behind Broadmarsh shopping center to the south.

The TIC (tel 915 5330, fax 915 5323;; 1-4 Smitty Row; open 9am-5:30pm Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm Sat year-round, 11am-3pm Sun summer) is situated in the Council House on the Old Market Square.

Meadow Lane

by iwys

Meadow Lane is the home of the oldest professional football club in the world: Notts County. Nowadays, Notts County are a lower league side, so it is easy to buy tickets on matchdays and the atmosphere is always very safe and friendly.

The stadium's capacity is 20,300. Tickets for adults for a Notts County league game cost £16.

alternative club night

by cine_cine about Demo (Blueprint)

Demo is a monthly club night at Blueprint, Radford... all the proceeds from the night go to charity. There are four rooms - djs, bands, acoustic and a café with poetry & drumming. Demo is run by a collective of people from different organisations in Nottingham, it's a non-profit event. Fairtrade wine is offered in the bar and fairtrade tea, coffee, cakes etc in the café.

Demo is a really great night... the different rooms offer a variety of music styles and the atmosphere is relaxed. Doors generally open at 9 I think, get there earlyish if you want to hear the poetry etc.

It's £5 to get in - completely worth it, and you might get some free glow-sticks!! :D None

Southern Indian cuisine

by raquelitalarga about Kayal

This restaurant opened August 2007, got rave reviews and still seems to be jam packed every night, including the cold damp Tuesday evening we ate there.
The food is from the 'backwaters of Kerala', which means there is quite a lot more fish /seafood options on the menu than in the run-of the-mill Indian restaurants. This time we went for a choice of ... 3 course veggie, some amazing fried bananas(boli), and 'mutton stew' with 'appam' bread. It was all excellent, great value and the service was very friendly. The wine we ordered was not available so they gave us a more expensive bottle for the same price and instead of having to share the rice dessert they brought us an extra for free!

Nottingham Castle

by tkdqueen

Before 1066 castles were pretty much unknown in England. Within five years of the battle of Hastings, William the conqueror had built more than thirty castles to preserve his grip over the English.

One of these castles was the fortification of legend. - Nottingham Castle.

The original castle was not built of stone but was of earth banks topped by palisading built atop the castle rock with its collection of caves and passages. Over the years it progressed to a massive, self-contained stone fortress.

Sadly, following the end of the English Civil War, the year 1651 marked the destruction of the Castle to the general dismay of Oliver Cromwell.

Around 20 years later the first Duke of Newcastle built a Renaissance-style palace on the site of the castle remains. But the turbulent history of Nottingham Castle was to continue as, 150 years later, the palace was gutted by the Luddites angry at the Dukes opposition to Parliamentary reform.

Nottingham Castle remained a gutted shell for nearly 50 years until it was bought by the Nottingham City fathers in 1875 and restored as the first Provincial Museum of fine Art.

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Tel: 0115 915 3700
Castle is now open 10 - 4pm daily (last entrance 3.30pm). (From February half-term the opening times will be 10 - 5pm.) )
Weekdays FREE, weekends and Bank Hols £2.00 adults, £1.00 children/concessions.
Family ticket £5.00. Group rate: one free ticket for every ten tickets purchased.


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Address: Brailsford Way, Chilwell, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG9 6DL, United Kingdom