Why choose a SilverDoor Nottingham apartment?
What is a serviced apartment?
Serviced accommodation effortlessly combines hotel stay and private rental accommodation and quickly became the number one option for business travellers. Selecting a Nottingham serviced apartment ensures a level of comfort not often attainable with hotels in the area and provides the ideal base from which to live and work in the city. Not least are serviced apartments in Nottingham like for like more affordable than hotel rooms, they offer a range of additional benefits:
· Space and style. In a serviced apartment, you can enjoy an entire space to yourself often with separate living, dining, kitchen and bedroom spaces as well as even outdoor space like a balcony or terrace. Unlike in a hotel room, you can both relax and host in your apartment within stylishly decorated and regularly cleaner interiors.
· Flexibility. The nature of the serviced accommodation industry and the strong relationships we maintain with our property partners means we are always able to accommodate any request. We will always work to ensure your needs are met: whether that is personalised cancellation policies, negotiated rates, or simply a housekeeping schedule to work around you.
What do I need to know about staying in Nottingham?
Outside of your schedule of corporate commitments, you will certainly have time to explore the city, so we have complied this list to help you make the most out of your business trip to Nottingham.
Nottingham is located in the Midlands, in central England. East Midlands Airport is only short drive away and you can be in the centre of Birmingham in around an hour by train, or Manchester in under two hours.
The legend of Robin Hood is a well-known English folklore tale about an outlaw and his band of Merry Men who would steal from the rich and give to the poor. With many recreations throughout history, the story of Robin Hood is considered one of the most well-known in English history. There are many local heritage sites to explore: Sherwood Forest, Nottingham Castle and Edwinstowe all hold stories of the legend.
City of Caves
Nottingham is a city with a rich history, much of which is still visible to this day. Known as ‘City of Caves’, Nottingham is built on soft sandstone and has used caves for many years dating back to the dark ages. Today, you can take a tour of some 500 caves and learn about their original uses from being an air raid bunker during The Blitz, to a medieval animal tannery.
Wollaton Hall is a beautiful Tudor stately home known at the time of commission back in the 1580s as a ‘prodigy house’ due to its bold, ornate style. Surrounded by 500 acres of land, Wollaton Hall is an ideal spot for a walk, picnic, or cultural experience with a tour of the on-site Natural History Museum.
The Oldest Inn in England
Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem claims to have been built in 1189, making it the oldest pub in England and is undeniably full of character and charm. Built into the surrounding sandstone, the pub features passages, caves and cellars once used for cockfighting and as prison cells.