SHORTMOVE ? Parking, Sleeps 6, Two Bathrooms, WifiUnited Kingdom / England / Nottingham
|104 GBP||per night|
This fantastic 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment makes for an exceptional stay as it is in the heart of the Nottingham city centre. Perfect for up to 6 guests and is just a short walk away from transportation links, shops and restaurants.
The apartment is perfect for leisure guests and company staff whilst travelling away from home!
Don’t miss out on exploring the city’s eclectic architecture, cultural attractions and trendy night life.
A spacious and fully-furnished apartment located in the popular Lace market area of Nottingham.
When entering you will be welcomed into an open-plan living area which has modern fittings throughout such as a sleek sofa bed and coffee table. This is the ideal place to relax in and watch your favourite TV shows on the Smart TV offering Netflix whilst still staying connected to everyone in the house.
Cook and enjoy your favourite meals at the 4-seater dining table which can also be used as a workspace during the day.
This space also has a large outdoor balcony which overlooks the surrounding neighbourhood and invites fresh air into the space.
The kitchen comes fully-equipped and includes a stove, oven, toaster, kettle, fridge/freezer, microwave and cutlery.
There is also an iron, vacuum-cleaner and washing machine for your convenience.
There are 2 comfortable bedrooms to choose from with fresh bedding for a good night’s sleep. The first bedroom has a double bed, built-in wardrobe with plenty of storage space, bed-side table, lamp and en- suite bathroom. The bathroom is well-lit and contains an overhead shower/bath, toilet, basin and mirror.
Wind down in the second bedroom and use the free WiFi available. This room has 2 single beds which can be pushed together, if preferred. It also includes bed-side tables/ lamps, perfect for bed-time reading and a wardrobe.
The apartment also has a second communal bathroom with a shower, toilet, mirror and basin, perfect to freshen up before heading out to a business meeting or social gathering.
Interaction with Guests:
Your space is your own but we are on hand if needed
Known throughout the world for the famous legend of Robin Hood, today Nottingham is one of the UK’s most thriving and creative cities. A destination alive with dynamic culture; our castles, caves and cultural attractions unite the past and present, providing a fascinating place to explore, whatever your interests.
Presiding over the city on a rocky cliff, the legendary Nottingham Castle Museum & Gallery has been called the ‘Jewel in Nottingham’s Crown’. The castle is currently closed until early 2021 for an exciting redevelopment, but there's plenty to see and do in the area to get a taste of Nottingham's fantastic history. Carved into the craggy rock face below, you’ll find the 800-year-old Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, said to be England’s oldest inn. It's an excellent traditional pub for procuring fine local ales. Venture deeper down and you can explore Nottingham’s subterranean cave network at the City of Caves, with the thrilling National Justice Museum nearby presenting an extensive and grisly history of crime and punishment.
Back above ground, the city centre is largely pedestrianised and compact, making Nottingham perfect for relaxed strolling, sight-seeing, and shopping. Nottingham Contemporary is our free modern art gallery, with compelling exhibitions from international artists to explore, while Debbie Bryan’s studio merges heritage and modern arts and crafts in the Lace Market. You can also enjoy glorious tea, cake and mouthwatering sandwiches in the award-winning tea room.
Along with intu Victoria shopping centre and Broadmarsh shopping centre (currently undergoing an exciting £250m redevelopment), and a great selection of high street favourites and independent boutique shops, Nottingham's rapidly growing independent retail scene is alive with talent, ensuring you can find unique and inspiring treats and gifts.
Take an evening stroll and you’re sure to come across a spot of entertainment to suit your tastes. Whether you fancy art house movies at Broadway Cinema, gin tasting in The Malt Cross caves, a spectacular concert at Motorpoint Arena, or a spot of crazy golf at The Lost City there’s always something going on – or just take your pick of shows at one of the four city centre theatres. For music lovers, Nottingham has some of the best venues in the country, and with a booming literary scene there are performances to be caught most nights of the week!
If all that excitement is making you hungry, finding delicious food and drink in Nottingham has never been easier. A medley of fine dining, friendly cafes and award-winning eateries fill the streets, with choices from Michelin starred Sat Bains with Rooms to Annie’s Burger Shack to quench your hunger.
Whether you visit for a whistle stop cultural crawl or settle in for the weekend, there’s no doubt you’ll leave inspired and delighted by Nottingham’s unique charm. You may not want to go home!
You may prefer to tour the county by car, take the bus or train, or even explore by bicycle. Whichever mode of transport you chose you will not be short of options for getting around.
Jump on a tram
Nottingham Express Transit (NET) is your direct connection to shopping, leisure and tourist attractions in Nottingham and the surrounding areas. Running from every seven minutes, the trams provide a quick and easy way to get across Nottingham, with five stops in the city centre, including Nottingham Station. They travel as far as Hucknall and Clifton, and serve seven park and rides with 5,000 free parking spaces.
Taking the train
East Midlands Rail connect to Worksop in the north of Nottinghamshire with stops at Creswell Crags and Newstead Abbey, as well as Newark in the east of the county. East Coast Trains and Cross Country Trains also stop at a number of Nottinghamshire towns. Plus, Northern Rail provides local, direct train services to Nottingham from Sheffield, Leeds, Barnsley and Chesterfield
Hopping on a bus
You will not be short of buses to get you around the county. Most bus services from the city operate from Nottingham’s Broad Marsh and Victoria bus station and buses around the city are mostly operated by Nottingham City...