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Flat in Nottingham
Luxurious Residence
Enjoy a relaxing and luxurious stay at this centrally-located apartment, situated in the sought after location of Nottingham’s Park Estate. A 2 minute walk to Nottingham Castle & walking distance to Nottingham’s Playhouse & Theatre Royal/ Galleries of Justice/ Caves and many of the best restaurants in the city. Trent Bridge cricket ground & Nottingham Forest football ground can easily be reached via a 15 minute canal stroll or via a short taxi ride . Well situated for the Universities also.
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Superhost
Flat in Nottinghamshire
NG1 Lace Market - Free Parking - Netflix & Prime
Third-floor one-bedroom apartment with balcony. Located in the historic Lace Market district, a perfect home from home. Restaurants, bars and nightlife close by along with great shopping, museums, art galleries, and theatres. Walking distance to Motorpoint Arena. Lace Market Tram Stop is less than a 5-minute walk, giving easy access to Nottingham’s Tram system. Sleeps up to four people. We aim to provide a level of service and amenities that will make your stay in Nottingham a great one!
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Superhost
Flat in Nottingham
City Centre Penthouse Apartment inc free parking
This spacious and light apartment is located in the heart of Nottingham just a few minutes walk from Nottingham Trent University, The Play House, Theater royal and the famous Nottingham castle. Highlights include a balcony with fantastic views, open living room/kitchen, en-suite bathroom in the master bedroom, high-speed internet and access to the communal gym. Parkgate is the perfect location for family holidays, a couples weekend or business trip. We look forward to hosting you soon.
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Stay near Nottingham's top sights

Motorpoint Arena Nottingham55 locals recommend
Rock City22 locals recommend
Trent Bridge Cricket Ground78 locals recommend
Nottingham Castle195 locals recommend
Arboretum31 locals recommend
Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall57 locals recommend

Other great holiday rentals in Nottingham

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Apartment in Nottingham
THE BLOCK a New York style loft grade 2 building
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Guest house in Beeston
Charming, self contained Studio Near University
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Guest house in Nottingham
'Garden House' Private Studio Flat
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Superhost
Apartment in Nottingham
In the central heart of the city(Free Parking)
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Superhost
Flat in Nottinghamshire
City Centre 2 Floor Duplex Apartment With Parking
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Superhost
Flat in Nottinghamshire
Beautiful Converted Mill Apartment - 2 bed.
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Flat in Beeston
The hedges - Stylish retreat in heart of city
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Flat in Nottinghamshire
Heart of Nottingham - turret studio
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Home in Sneinton
Town-house, Quiet, Modern, Entire House
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Superhost
Apartment in Nottingham
Stylish City Flat (3) - Free Parking
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Superhost
Apartment in Nottingham
The city garden flat
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Superhost
Flat in Nottingham
24 Lace Market 1 bed new apartment, FREE parking
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Quick stats about holiday rentals in Nottingham

Total rentals

1.8K properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

960 properties have a dedicated workspace

Rentals with a pool

10 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

170 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

640 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

49K reviews

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.


The best time to stay in a holiday 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.


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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