Hotels Nottingham

If you are looking for beautiful hotels, Nottingham has plenty to offer, including the superb Colwick Hall. Located close to a range of local tourist attractions and amenities, this impressive stately home boasts luxurious, palatial designs with impressive decoration. Visitors love the period furniture, stunning bedrooms and period furniture, and many of the bedrooms feature original features and central baths.

 

Based in the City, on the edge of the countryside.

 

Colwick Hall – the former ancestral home of famous poet, Lord Byron – is ideally placed for Nottingham attractions, surrounding countryside and the city itself. Key features on your doorstep include the Ice Centre at Motorpoint Arena, the Royal Concert Hall, Theatre Royal, Nottingham Racecourse, National Design Academy and Nottingham Greyhound stadium. These top visitor attractions are just a short walk away from your luxurious accommodation. The City Centre is also just two miles away and a short transfer by taxi, car or public transport. Key attractions here include the Caves, Galleries of Justice, the Lace Market, and England’s oldest pub, Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem.

When you’re looking for great prices on hotels, Nottingham accommodations such as Colwick Hall offer excellent deals and flexibility. You’ll enjoy a lavish breakfast, superb customer experience and real attention to detail. Enquire about our weekend specials, mid-week rates, special events, entertaining and packages for bridal suites, parties, groups and more. You’ll love our Christmas 2017 and New Year offers too, to see in the new year in style.

Our Unique Bedrooms

The bedrooms at Colwick Hall are all individually and uniquely designed to give the air of nostalgia with all the modern comforts that befit this luxurious and opulent Georgian country house mansion. Being Grade II* listed, Colwick Hall not only exudes enormous character and constant charm, but gave us clear architectural language and has made all our bedrooms really have the ‘wow’ factor.

Superior rooms boast a palatial layout, many with fine views across the lake or over the racecourse, and have roll top baths and fireplaces. Executive rooms are located on the upper floor and tend to adopt more of a contemporary style whilst working with crooked door frames and exposed beams.

Bedrooms with charm and character

All our bedrooms are named after famous people across the world in and around 1776 (which is the year in which the house was remodelled by John Carr of York, and is the current red brick face  and this is recorded the lead water down pipes with initials JM for Sir John Musters). The star of the show is the Lord Byron Signature Suite (whose ancestral home this was) and occupies pride of place in the central section above the portico entrance with a balcony to the north face. This bedroom is truly massive at over 500sqft and so is the accompanying bathroom which lends itself to being ideal as a bridal suite, or that all special treat (in fact it is the very room His Holiness Dalai Lama has stayed in).

We are delighted to welcome visitors from far and wide and also have our King George III suite complete with a separate sitting room on the south and easterly face that makes it verstaile for a corporate or celebration stay with boardroom or dining layout in the interlinking George Stubbs.

For your Wedding Night

Weddings are a natural fit in this most romantic and historic setting that our William Wordsworth Four Poster Superior Room is a classic bridal suite with and English rose decorative design adorning the walls and soft furnishings. The views here are breathtaking over the lake filled with water lilies and the grand old oak. Once again a roll top bath by the fireplace with highly polished chrome fittings and luxurious toiletries and bath robe makes this the most romantic room and one in which reciting Wordsworth is just sublime.

To learn more about each and every one of our uniquely individual bedrooms, download our Bedroom eBook. You may make a reservation online now on the ‘Book a Room’ tab or for large groups please email reservations@colwickhallhotel.com and to visit us for a tour of Colwick Hall in anticipation of your next event or celebration then call us on 0115 9500 566. To share the joy with family or friends (or your special treat), then why not opt for a gift voucher with a personalised message and shop online at giftvoucherbrilliance. If on social you can e-shop on Facebook too.

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