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... to rain so we called in at a pub for coffee. It soon stopped raining and we got back to Dave. He showed us the miniatures level with all the painted figures they sell. they were just fantastic and Dave showed us his favourites. We went to the town centre to get some food and visit the castle. Dave could eat at Buckman's the cafe at the Games Workshop. We ate at The Trip To Jerusalem parts of which are the oldest ...
Pick up Sat Morning. Smooth handover. SC- Can you feel it? DC - No hardly tell it's there. First outing in the new Van at our first C&C site in Ashbourne. Lovely Site. Friendly helpful staff help us push it on the pitch. The Van is very comfy and warm.
50 miles from Cresswell Rd Mexbourgh to Site.
89 miles from Site to Home.
... drink out of the fountain. We then sat down and basked in the Tuscan sun. Later that evening we went out to dinner at a nice little restaurant. I had gnocchi with a shrimp sauce. Yummy. Jeff had chicken with a balsamic sauce which he thought was very good . For starters we had mellon wrapped in prosciutto. We walked a bit more around the piazza that evening ... Ahhh I will miss you Siena! Buona ...
Dry-pack done with the Highlander and MWH day bag. Domestic Vince has done a stellar job with the rolling and the folding for ultralight, weight-watchers slim, low-fat, flash backpacking. Pics to prove.
Amended plans by Ms. Lara is 3 nights in Marrakesh with day trips and camps in the desert, late bus/train to Casablanca to pick up Helene on the Thursday at stupid o'clock (note to tank up on coffee) ...
Another lovely sunny day, and we took the elderly and rather cross little dog, Tintsy, for a long walk at Bradgate Park, which was the ancestral home of poor Lady Jane Grey, and still contains some very picturesque ruins of the home, all pretty red brick (traditional local building material) as well as a tower, known as Old John's Folly, built in 1786 on the very top of a hill with a view to next week. One climbs up through the bracken, past lovely copses of deciduous trees, ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hart's Hotel Nottingham
This is a great hotel. It is located in a very quiet area near to Nottingham castle which is just a short walk from the central area of the city. The hotel overlooks The Park which is a private estate and Nottingham's most well known and prestigious address.
So ok, the hotel is a little tricky to find at first but the discrete location provides this contemporary and stylish hotel with it's unique selling point. You're only 3 or 4 minutes walk from bars, restaurants and shops, but in your room it all seems a million miles away, high up on a hillside, overlooking the leafy avenues below.
My husband and I have stayed at Harts twice now and cannot recommend it highly enough. The first stay we had a suite with the most wonderfuk view over Nottingham. The rooms were brilliantly appointed with everything you could need with the most beautiful bathrooms with the largest bathtub I have ever had the pleasure of wallowing in!
The Sheriff would love this place
This is a great find, a small modern hotel with all the advantages of up to date technology, but with those oh so important old fashioned customer and service values.
The rooms are on the small side but beautifully equipped and furnished, superb bathrooms, great views over Nottingham.
Excellent food in Harts Restaurant next door.
Just a very special place
Booked a suite for the night in this new hotel. I love staying in new build hotels and generally am always impressed by the design of them... until now.
It was only when we had checked into the room that I noticed a sign on the bedside table asking me not to smoke. This should perhaps be pointed out at reception. As I wasn't paying i couldn't comment on the cost of the room/food. Reviews were right about it being difficult to find, even with detailed directions we took a couple of goes to find it. Room was indeed small and i understand we had a superior room. Chic but badly designed/thought through. The kettle wont fit under the taps of the hand basin, the minibar wont close with the cupboard door open, there is a single dining chair (in a double room!) to sit in to watch the television as it is difficult to see it from the bed. Apart from those faults -the linen was top quality - the view was fab, the room was also very quiet - we had room 1 which had a table and chair outside on the patio. Great views of Nottingham and a different type of location to boot. Not your regular hotel. Fawning staff (which is how I like them!) for whom nothing was too much. LOVED the cafetiere of coffee and also the fresh milk in the fridge - nice touch! Could possibly return but might try others in the area out of curiosity.
Not good value for money, in our opinion
We paid £130 (room only) for a tiny room on a cold and wet winter's night. Apparently, this was £18 more than the standard rooms - to avoid a view of the car park, I think - but it was so pokey that we had to shuffle down the side of the bed and the bathroom even had a sliding door to save space. When we booked, nobody made mention of the fact that the restaurant is across the road - so we got soaked going for dinner and coming back. We checked out early and opted instead to stay nearer to the city centre, somewhere a bit more friendly.
I stayed at the Harts Hotel Nottingham for 1 night on 30th November. Cost was £115 plus VAT plus £5 parking. If you have not stayed here before, invest in Satelite navigation as it is the pits to find. Once you are in Nottingham Centre, you just cannot find it. No-one except for a taxi driver knew where it was and I had to pay him just to follow him to the hotel. The hotel receptionist even had trouble directing me from 1/2 a mile away. The standard room, although clean and modern,was tiny. And I mean tiny. There was no plasma screen as advertised and the place was quite noisy. Doors seemed to be opening and closing all night. All in all, there was absolutely NO atmosphere and the place just seemed to give a very cold and unpersonal feel. I would not stay here again as apart from a stylish bathroom I could have got all I needed from a travel lodge and saved £70.
Friendly, Comfortable & Elegant Minimalism
I've just stayed at Harts for four nights. The hotel is perfectly located atop a hill overlooking the city, yet a five minute walk from the city center and an even shorter stroll to the castle grounds. Its decor is streamlined, earthy minimalism. The rooms are understated; elegance is found in the details: a firm bed with plush bedding, an excellent sound system, fresh coffee and milk, a great shower & big, soft bath towels, etc. Its most excellent staff is superb: very friendly and solicitous, but completely respectful of one's privacy. I cannot praise them enough. The food in both the bar and in the more exclusive restaurant is so very fine. Do make a reservation for the latter when you reserve your room, as it is a popular destination.
The cold April weather was the only thing that spoilt my one-night stay at Hart's. The hotel is tucked away from the city centre noise and crowds and yet only a 5-minute walk away from Nottingham's night life and extensive shopping temptations! The decor is chic and unfussy but has everything you need from a hotel room. I thought the minibar and in-room nibbles were particularly generous. Go for a garden room and take advantage of the great views from the neatly kept garden just a step outside your room. It's so peaceful you forget you're in the city!