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Jasmine Villa - Ideal for QMC & Uni - Free parking
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Entire residential home · 6 guests · 3 beds · 2 bathrooms

Jasmine Villa - Ideal for QMC & Uni - Free parkingA spacious, beautifully refurbished, three bedroom house just ten minutes walk from the University of Nottingham and the QMC (Queen's Medical Centre). The ground floor features a bright and spacious reception & dining area as well as a new fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar and integrated appliances (dishwasher, washing machine, fridge freezer, hob and oven.) On the first floor there are three double bedrooms all equipped with king size bed and plenty of wardrobe and drawer space.

Small but cosy bedroom 🛏
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Private room · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 shared bathroom

Small but cosy bedroom 🛏Little double room for one or two persons. 5 minutes walking distance to the train station and 10 minutes walk to the city centre. Very close to stadiums as well. Quiet area in private house . You’re welcome to use kitchen if needed as well as living room or front yard.

A lovely quiet clean home offering a single room
Private room · 1 guest · 1 bed · 1.5 shared bathrooms

A lovely quiet clean home offering a single roomA spacious beautifully decorated private single room with a new comfortable orthopaedic single mattress. The modern bathroom is fitted with a powerful shower with instant hot water or have a soak in the big bath tub! Fresh towels and beding are included obviously. Free hot and cold drinks are included too. The detached house is shared with a permanent lodger and two very friendly house rabbits. It's a quiet warm friendly home centrally-locate to shops, restaurants and frequent buses.

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Popular house amenities in Nottingham

  • Kitchen
  • Free parking on premises
  • Wifi
  • Hot tub
  • Pets allowed

Apartments in Nottingham

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  2. West Bridgford
The Connor at The New Talbot Aparthotel - LARGE STUDIO FLAT WITH WIFI - With Parking
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Nottingham
Spacious Lace Market Apartment.
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. West Bridgford
Miss Odette at The New Talbot Aparthotel - LARGE STUDIO FLAT WITH WIFI and PARKING INCLUDED
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Nottinghamshire
NG1 Lace Market - Free Parking - Netflix & Prime
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Nottingham
A Lovely 1 Bedroom Apartment Close City Wifi&Park
  1. Private room
  2. Nottinghamshire
HEART OF NOTTINGHAM DOUBLE ROOM WITH FREE PARKING!
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Clifton
The Grey Door Flat
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Nottingham
Elegant ground floor flat, The Park neighbourhood
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  2. Clifton
The Red Door Flat
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Nottingham
NG1 Lace Market - Free Parking - Netflix & Prime
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  2. Beeston
The hedges - Stylish retreat in heart of city
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  2. Nottinghamshire
Stylish and spacious Lace Market Apartment.

Pet-friendly houses

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  1. Private room
  2. West Bridgford
Large double room en suite in West Bridgford
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Nottinghamshire
Unique 3 b'room house + free parking /city centre
  1. Private room
  2. Beeston
Fresh & modern double bedroom with breakfast
  1. Private room
  2. Carlton
Large Room, Double Bed with En-suite & TV
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  2. Nottingham
Characterful victorian house, close to city centre
  1. Private room
  2. Nottinghamshire
TOMTOM NOTT'M LOCKABLE BEDROOM M1 J26 DOUBLE BED
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  1. Entire residential home
  2. Nottinghamshire
Whole Cosy Period House with Free Parking and WiFi
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  2. Mapperley Park
Conservation Area Detached Home and Garden
  1. Private room
  2. Forest Fields
Double room in house full of plants/flowers
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Beeston
Comfortable 3 bed home: Beeston (near Nottingham)
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Mapperley Coach House
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Netherfield
Convenient 4 Guests & contractors Parking WiFi

Houses with kitchens

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  2. West Bridgford
Luxury 3-bedroom family home with hot tub
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  2. Nottinghamshire
House - Free Parking/Garden/Office/City Location
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  2. Clifton
Delightful, Designer Show Home on a Private Road.
  1. Private room
  2. Nottinghamshire
Convenient for whatever purpose you are here for.
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  2. Nottingham
🌟 Sherwood experience(City center/train station)
  1. Private room
  2. Sneinton
Spacious bright room, near Nottingham City Centre
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  2. Bestwood Village
Beautiful house in country side location
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  1. Private room
  2. Nottingham
Sunny double room in beautiful home near the City
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  1. Private room
  2. Nottingham
Double room 2 near QMC & Nottingham University
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Beeston
Centrally located minimalist 2 bedroom end terrace
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  1. Private room
  2. Clifton
Double bedroom close to all major transport links
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  2. West Bridgford
The Woodpecker Snug

Your guide to Nottingham

Welcome to Nottingham

When one of your many monikers is “Queen of the Midlands,” you have quite a lot to live up to. And Nottingham doesn’t disappoint. It’s crammed full of architectural gems, hidden treasures, and historical wonderments. But there is one tights-clad character who looms large over the city. Think of Nottingham and you think of Robin Hood, who is represented throughout the area with tours, museums, and experiences. Head to the rather quaintly sized castle to see the statue of the renowned outlaw, while Sherwood Forest sits nearby. In amongst all of this history is a city with a vibrant arts and music scene and a lively student community. The residents of Nottingham delighted in digging into the ground, and there’s a fascinating cave network sitting under the city, which was built on soft sandstone.


How do I get around Nottingham?

East Midlands Airport (EMA) lies 12 miles from the city centre, Birmingham Airport (BHX) is around 40 miles away, while Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA) sits an hour to the north. The train station is a 10-minute walk from the centre of town, with a regular service from London St Pancras. The major M1 motorway serves the city if you’re driving and there are nine park-and-ride facilities dotted around the city. Nottingham’s handy tram network serves the city centre and many of the outlying suburbs and villages, while the extensive bus routes run from Broad Marsh and Victoria bus stations. It’s a lovely compact city, so exploring on foot or by pedal power is a breeze.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Nottingham?

There’s so much going on all year round that there really isn’t a bad time to visit Nottingham. Though if you’re planning an excursion to Sherwood Forest or the Peak District, then it’s at its most glorious during spring and autumn. Like much of the United Kingdom, there’s always a chance of a shower at any time of the year, so have your waterproofs handy (June, surprisingly, is the wettest month). The city’s vibrant music scene has spawned a number of festivals throughout the year. The indie festival Dot to Dot takes place in May, while June has Sherwood Live in beautiful Sherwood Pines. July sees the Splendour Festival bring music to Wollaton Park, while folklore fans will appreciate the annual Robin Hood festival in August. The same month accommodates the city’s Food Festival, though apple fans have to wait until October for the Bramley Apple Festival in Southwell, the home of the original Bramley apple tree, and the city’s legendary Goose Fair, first held more than 700 years ago.


What are the top things to do in Nottingham?

National Justice Museum

Based in the former Nottingham courthouse and county gaol, this museum dedicated to crime and punishment is not for the fainthearted. You’ll follow the steps of condemned men from the former prison cells to the spot where miscreants were regularly hanged. As well as a variety of artefacts and exhibitions based on famous crimes and villains, you’ll see the cell where, possibly, Robin Hood was once incarcerated. Or so it’s claimed.

City of Caves

Take a trip underground and explore the extensive cave network carved out of the soft sandstone the city was built on, accessed from the unlikely vantage point of the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre. With 500 caves ensconced under the city centre, there’s a fascinating array of social history to witness, including medieval tanneries and World War II air raid shelters.

Sherwood Forest

It would feel careless to discuss Nottingham and not mention something dedicated to the famous man in tights. The Sherwood Forest visitor centre is located in the historic village of Edwinstowe, about 20 miles north of the city. Here you can stock up on Robin Hood ephemera before plunging into the forest and living out all of your Merry Men fantasies. The Major Oak, a tree that’s possibly 1,100 years old, is a must-see.

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