Welbeck Hotel

Talbot Street, Notts, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 5GS, United Kingdom
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77%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
15%
28
Very Good
36%
64
Average
26%
47
Poor
10%
19
Terrible
10%
18

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Good For Families
  • Families80
  • Couples55
  • Solo68
  • Business57

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To Hull

by Blacksta

Using public transport, can I get to Hull and back in the one day?
I have checked some timetables but it doesn't look too promising.

Re: To Hull

by ghosthunter

You certainly can. There are no direct trains but as this link shows it can be done. Approx 3 hours each way : http://www.thetrainline.com/Time_Table/QTT_Display_Timetable.asp

Re: To Hull

by leics

A day visit is onlt possible by train (or hir car).

The official train time/fare/info link is

www.nationalrail.co.uk

There are trains with either one or two changes, taking from 2h 12 to 3h 27. Last train back is at 20:56.

Return fares are 35 (limited trains) or 39GBP (all trains).

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Chat with Nottingham people

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Nottingham Forest Football Club

by amsterdam_vallon

Nottingham Forest are often referred to as simply 'Forest', the title the club carries on its badge. They were founded in 1865 shortly after their neighbours Notts County, which is oldest club in the football league. Nottingham Forest are often referred to as the 'Garibaldi Reds', named after the italian freedom fighter Giuseppe_Garibaldi who fought in red shirts and was immensively popular in Britain at the time.

Mansfield Road

by raquelitalarga about Real Ale Pubs!

The lower end of Mansfield road has, I think, three of the nicest city centre pubs in Nottingham if you want to try traditional beers. The Castle Rock Brewery produces fantastic beer such as "Elsie Mo" and"Harvest Pale".The nearest to the shopping centre is The Peacock, which is nicely furnished, has 2 rooms and a quiet cosy atmosphere.
Further up the road is The Lincolnshire Poacher, which is more of a friendly, standup bar and has won loads of awards (2008 it won another real ale award.)
The Golden Fleece has dark, modern decor but good music, suntrap roof terrace, local beers and good food (especially fab Sunday lunch.)

Delilah (Deli)

by jo104 about Delilah

Delilahs is an independent Deli, fine food store & wine merchant - you will find some of the most unusual foods here and a wonderful choice of hard to come by fine wines.

We started our boozy evening here with a few glasses of the recommended Saviougn Blanc together with a deli platter of cold meats and cheeses it was completely delicious. The sell biltong a south african delicacy. The staff are wonderfully helpful & will let you sample what they sell this is top quality stuff. There are seats to sit around a service bar so you can nibble your deli platters or sandwiches freshly prepared before your eyes.

Oldest Pub??

by stefano99

Another pub claiming to be the oldest pub (1189) is Nottingham's Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, situated at the base of Nottingham castle. So once you have got bored with the castle, why not not come here for a beer or two?

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Address: Talbot Street, Notts, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 5GS, United Kingdom