Best Western have 7 hotels in Nottinghamshire
Book a hotel in Nottinghamshire to witness the county's green and pleasant lands filled with world-class entertainment, family attractions and, of course, beautiful countryside. Best Western have seven Nottinghamshire hotels spread throughout the northern county, easy access to all areas to really explore the land of Robin Hood.
Town and city breaks in Nottinghamshire
Nottingham, home to DH Lawrence, Lord Byron and Torvill and Dean, alone has plenty to offer, the perfect UK city break destination. Home to some of the best shopping in the UK, make sure you swing by The Broadmarsh and Victoria Centre, the two main shopping centres. For a great place for some evening drinks head to the Lace Market before heading to Ocean, Stealth or Dogma for a raucous night out. For something more cultural head to the Theatre Royal and Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, or check out how the law was handed out the old-fashioned way at Nottingham's Galleries of Justice. There are plenty of other towns to go and visit from your Nottinghamshire hotel. There are numerous calming and quiet market towns in the area, including Newark-on-Trent, Worksop an Anglo-Saxon settlement as well as several other smaller market towns including Arnold, Hucknall, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Retford and Bingham.
Holidays in the Nottinghamshire countryside
Nottinghamshire is perhaps most famous for its involvement with the legend of Robin Hood. This legend is largely responsible for the huge volume of tourists booking a hotel in Nottinghamshire to investigate and explore the wonderfully mysterious Sherwood Forest, his alleged 'base of operations.' Sons, lovers and everyone else can have a look around DH Lawrence's home, now a little museum, in Eastwood; you can even get there by a narrow boat ride on the Erewash.
Attractions in Nottinghamshire
Follow the muse to Byron's medieval Newstead Abbey, which the poet shared with a bizarre and incongruous menagerie of animals, including a bear. The National Water Sports Centre will keep the keenest sportsman occupied for at least a week, offering canoeing, rowing, sailing, water skiing and white water rafting. Nottinghamshire really does have something to offer everyone. Why not experience the surrounding countryside while drifting along one of the many waterways on a canal boat, perhaps starting at Beeston Canal through the very heart of the city. If you don't fancy boating at least walk alongside the main waterways, including the Erewash Canal, Nottingham and Beeston Canal, and of course the River Trent. Book a Best Western hotel in Nottinghamshire for a magical and memorable short UK break.
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Hotels in Nottinghamshire
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Attractions in Nottinghamshire:
Daily 10am-6pm (last admission 4pm) Mar - Oct 2013 (annual)
Daily 11am-5.30pm (last admission 4.30pm) Mar - Dec 2013 (annual)
The last bell tolls at midnight Dec 2012 - Dec 2013 (annual)
House: daily 11am-4pm (last admission)
Garden: daily from 10am-4.30pm (dusk in winter) Mar - Oct 2013 (various dates)
Daily 10am-5pm/6pm, depending on season Feb 2013 (various dates)
What's on in Nottinghamshire:
05/11/2014 to 05/11/2014
05/11/2014 to 05/11/2014
04/11/2014 to 08/11/2014
30/11/2014 to 10/12/2014
22/10/2014 to 31/10/2014
11/11/2014 to 11/11/2014