Village The Hotel Club Nottingham

Village The Hotel Club Nottingham offers 3 star accommodation a few miles from Nottingham with good access to Nottingham & local amenities & attractions.

Address

Brailsford Way
Nottingham
NG9 6DL
Tel: +44 (0)115 896 5065

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Overview


Village The Hotel Club Nottingham offers guests 3 star accommodation and facilities in scenic surroundings a few miles from Nottingham city centre. The hotel is contemporary in style and comes with a range of facilities suitable for both business and leisure guests. The hotel is next to Attenborough Nature Reserve where guests can enjoy a number of scenic walks alongside the lake. The hotel is well located for Birmingham, Lincoln and the Peak District. The location makes the hotel a good base from which to explore the central England & Midlands area.

Local transport links in the area include Attenborough train station located less than 1 mile from the hotel. There are services to Nottingham train station where there are services to London St Pancreas station and other local and regional areas including Derby, Leicester, Loughborough, Birmingham and Manchester. The hotel is close by to major roads including the M1 and M42 providing good road connections.

Visitors can expect a friendly welcome with good levels of service at the hotel. The hotel is located approx 7 miles from Nottingham city centre, where visitors can find good access to local amenities, attractions and entertainment facilities. The closest train stations to the hotel are located at Attenborough, Beeston and Long Eaton.



Facilities


There are a total of 135 en-suite guest bedrooms at the hotel. The rooms are decorated and furnished to a good standard offering comfortable 3 star accommodation. Guests can choose from twin, double, family and king rooms with a choice of standard and superior rooms.

Room facilities include television with satellite channels, telephone, radio, alarm clock, hairdryer, trouser press, iron and ironing facilities, work desk and tea and coffee making facilities. There are rooms available with disabled access. Room service is available.

All rooms are non-smoking at the hotel in accordance with hotel policy.

Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access is available in public areas & guest rooms at the hotel. There are free on-site car parking facilities for hotel guests.

The health club includes a 25 metre swimming pool, fully featured gymnasium, squash courts, sauna, steam room and spa. Health and beauty treatments are available at the Spa including a choice of massages and pampering treatments.

The hotel has a choice of facilities to host business meetings and conferences with capacity of up to 400 delegates. The hotel is a wedding venue with a choice of packages available and banqueting capacity for up to 400 guests.

Dining


Guests can enjoy a hot full English breakfast each morning or a Continental breakfast with a choice of breads, cereals, yogurts, fruits, juices and hot and cold drinks.

The hotel restaurant, the Verve Grill serves a range of meat, fish and vegetable dishes along with a choice of starters and tempting desserts. The restaurant serves the best in British and modern European cuisine using fresh local produce including a choice of steaks, grills and fish dishes. There is a menu for Sunday lunch including traditional roasts. Diners can choose from the wine list and find the perfect accompaniment to their meals.

The Victory Pub & Kitchen provides guests the chance can sit back and relax with a choice of drinks available including, soft drinks, beers, wines and spirits. The pubs serves a choice of light bites, snacks and meals including sandwiches, burgers and pizza making it an ideal place to catch up with friends, family and colleagues.

The hotel includes its own Starbucks, here guests can sit back and relax with a choice of coffees, teas and hot drinks along with a choice of snacks including pastries and bistro boxes offering a choice of light bites and meals.

Local Attractions


The county of Nottinghamshire is located in the East Midlands; the county is landlocked with borders to Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Yorkshire. Over the years the county has become synonymous as home of Robin Hood and the associated attractions, the county offers visitors a range of attractions.

Nottinghamshire has a rich literary tradition, producing two of the best known among literacy figures, Newstead Abbey was the home of poet Lord Byron and was created from the ruins of a 12th century Augustinian priory and is located in over 300 acres of beautiful parkland. In Eastwood the DH Lawrence Birthplace Museum, showcasing the life and works of DH Lawrence is located.

The City of Nottingham is well known for its historic association with Robin Hood and his Merry Men, today it also offers visitors a range of shopping facilities. The city has benefited from a number of year developments and a number of popular bars, clubs and restaurants are located in the city.

Nottingham is home for Notts County Football Club, the world's oldest club founded back in 1862. The city is also home to Nottingham Forest Football Club.

The Industrial Museum & Yard Gallery at Wollaton Park showcases the industrial heritage of Nottingham outlining its famous lace industry and other industries that have played a role in its history. The lace market on Victoria Street is popular among visitors and is regarded as a fine example of Victorian architecture. Nottingham is a city with its fair share of historical attractions; these include from Nottingham Castle, originally built by the Normans and Wollaton Hall, a notable Tudor manor. Wollaton Hall was built in 1588 and it now houses the Nottingham Natural History Museum.

Newstead Abbey is a historic house set in a scenic landscape of gardens and parkland in Nottinghamshire. Founded back in the 12th century Newstead became the seat of the Byron family in 1540. The Abbey's best known owner was the poet Lord Byron, Newstead Abbey remained a private house until 1931, when it was given to the Nottingham Corporation allowing for the general public to visit the historic house.

Nottingham Castle is a historic 17th century ducal mansion built on the site of the original medieval castle. The castle provides visitors with some spectacular views across the city of Nottingham. There is a museum and art gallery on site that showcases impressive collections of glass, silver, paintings, glass and armour in addition to Nottingham history for the past fifteen centuries. The east terrace provides scenic panoramic views of the city. There is a children’s playground and interactive displays and an activity led gallery that bring to life paintings. It makes for an interesting family day out.

The Birthplace of DH Lawrence Museum is located in Eastwood in Nottingham. One of the UK's most celebrated and best known poets, David Herbert (DH) Lawrence was a poet, novelist, playwright and artist was born in the house on 11th September 1885. The house has been very carefully restored and refurbished to reflect the lifestyle of the working class of Victorian times, and to show the early childhood of the celebrated poet himself. The museum includes exhibition rooms, where visitors can learn more about his life and works. Address: 8a Victoria Street, Eastwood, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG16 3AW and Telephone: +44 (0) 177 371 7353.

Sherwood Forest Country Park is a must see for fans of the great outdoors. Visitors can relax with nature and the natural environment, the country park was set up a number of years ago to help and encourage everyone enjoy the lovely countryside. Visitors after relaxation can relax in a tranquil, serene environment, whilst those after more adventurous pursuits can explore the area and enjoy a range of outdoor activities. Popular activities here include cycling, walking, and horse riding.

Visitors can return to the times of Robin Hood with walks through Sherwood Forest including a route which takes you past the Major Oak, in which Robin reputedly hid to escape the Sheriff's men. There is a Robin Hood exhibition where visitors can learn more about the exploits of the legendary outlaw.

The City of Caves is a fascinating subterranean attraction and the only remaining underground medieval tannery in the UK. There is a World War II air raid shelter and visitors can learn more about Nottingham's ale in the pub cellar. It is situated beneath the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, visitors can experience over 750 years of Nottingham's history told via this unique man-made sandstone cave system.

Sherwood Forest Art and Craft Centre is located in the former Coach House and Stables of Edwinstowe Hall in Sherwood Forest. Here the buildings have been converted into among the most creatively designed craft centres in the UK. There are a number of studios that are enclosed to ensure weather cannot spoil your visit. Outside the main building there are more studios centred around the courtyard, there is also a popular small picnic area close by. The Centre functions as a working art and craft centre with a wide variety of arts and crafts. Visitors may see craft workers working completing the craft gifts that are then sold.

Theatre aficionados can visit the Nottingham Playhouse located in the city centre. The playhouse is a proscenium theatre with an auditorium that can accommodate over 750 people. The Playhouse presents a diverse range of plays and performances that cater for a wide range of tastes. The productions change on a regular basis based on UK and international art projects.

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Closest Train Stations:

Attenborough: 0.8 Miles

Beeston: 2.4 Miles

Long Eaton: 2.7 Miles


Closest Airports:
The closest airport is East Midlands Airport located 10 miles away by road via the A6005, B6540 and A453. Birmingham Airport is located 47 miles away via the A52, M1, M42 and A45

East Midlands Airport: 10 Miles

Birmingham Airport: 47 Miles




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