Popular Lettings in Nottingham
Highlights in Nottingham
- Exciting night life
- Sophisticated bars and dining
- Beautiful parks
- Robin Hood attractions
Most popular in Nottingham
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Nottingham
From city break to forest trek, Nottingham offers the exciting high life of the Creative Quarter to the tranquil leafy glades of Robin Hood country. Choose a holiday rental on the banks of the River Trent and enjoy the sounds of the life of the river and serenity of the Nottingham countryside. For the nightlife of Nottingham, find a letting in the Lace Quarter, or slightly further north in Hockley, ‘Nottingham’s Soho’, crammed with the best gastro pubs, clubs and bars which make for an unforgettable night out!Stylish and luxurious holiday lettings
Nottingham welcomes holiday makers with a fine offering of chic rentals and lettings. Holiday in a riverside penthouse, looking over the city of Nottingham from a pretty terrace, or perhaps your ideal holiday home is a chic townhouse right in the centre of the action! Wherever you choose there’s no doubt that you will have the time of your life in this exciting city.
Holidays in Nottingham
The area and getting around
Easily reached from Doncaster-Sheffield Airport, Nottingham is also just off England’s main north-south motorway, the M1. There’s also a major train station here, so reaching Nottingham by rail is a breeze. Once here, you’ll be spoilt for choice with a vast array of events and activities to enjoy year round. Start near the train station and take a stroll down the canal front where you’ll find former industrial buildings from the 1800s repurposed as trendy bars and restaurants. Or head to Nottingham’s centre, the largest market square in the UK and the city’s main landmark. Enjoy the fountains and enjoy some great people watching in the heart of Nottingham!A city of peaceful spaces
Having digested the hustle and bustle of this thriving city, take a break in some of the UK’s loveliest city garden spaces which are all close to the centre. Highlands Park, located near the University campus, boasts over 120 acres of landscaped garden and open space. As well as large grassy areas to enjoy a picnic, there’s mini golf, croquet, a boating lake and a children’s play area. Perfect for peace and relaxation in between the fun and excitement of Nottingham city.
Travellers and activities
Whether you want to woo your beloved or dance the night away together, Nottingham is a mecca for couples who seek to have romantic fun. Stroll through the exotic gardens of Newstead Abbey, former home to the legendary poet and writer Lord Byron and originally an Augustine abbey. The gardens feature gothic follies, crashing waterfalls, exotic plants and delightful peacocks and make a lovely day out for lovers. Start your evening at ‘Sexy Mamma Love Spaghetti’, Nottingham’s finest Italian restaurant, then find your dancing feet at the Nottingham’s biggest and best nightclub, Oceana.Nottingham for shoppers
Packed with some fascinating and exclusive independent shops, Nottingham is the place to be for shopaholics. If handmade delights make your heart beat faster, don’t miss Debbie Bryan’s treasure trove of gifts and artisan jewellery. Chocolate Utopia lives up to its name with the sweetest selection of confectionary you’ll find in town. For the big shopping experience, make your way to Nottingham’s Intu Victoria Centre where you’ll find the old favourites side-by-side with interesting indies.
Robin Hood, the legendary outlaw who stole from the rich to give to the poor, comes from Nottingham!
Top 5 travel tips in Nottingham
At this highly-rated interactive, story-based tour learn more about the famous bandit, and how life would have been in Nottingham at the time that he lived in the area.2. See the animals at Stonebridge City Farm
Home to animals from donkeys to rabbits, this urban farm gives children a chance to be hands-on with all creatures great and small. Hold and stroke the smaller animals, and support the farm by buying food for the larger ones.3. Learn about Nottingham’s industrial past
Two of Nottingham’s most important historical industries – bicycles and lace making – are exhibited here, offering an insight into what made Nottingham a hugely significant English city.4. Enjoy the serenity at St Mary’s Church
This grade 1 listed building has a history going back over 600 years, and a church has been on the site since the time of the Saxons. The Victorian stained glass windows are an absolute delight.5. Check out the Nottingham Art Gallery
With free family workshops, art skills courses and film sessions, this is far more than just a gallery. Of course, you may just wish to browse the art exhibitions and the bonus is that it’s free to enter!
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Nottingham
Based on its annual average price of £135.93, Nottingham is not a city that stands out for being the most expensive or the cheapest in the United Kingdom.When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Nottingham?
If you would like to make the most of your money, the cheapest months to visit Nottingham are March (£112.47 the average price per night for accommodation), May (£119.86), and April (£120.07).When are holiday rentals more expensive in Nottingham?
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Nottingham, the most expesnive months are, in descending order, October, November and December with average prices per night of £168.66, £163.37, and £163.16, respectively.Should I plan a trip to Nottingham well in advance?
So you don't run out of accommodation options in Nottingham we recommend you to be proactive, as 49% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.What are the best months for a sponteneous getaway?
March, June, and May are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 63.6%, 63% and 62.75%.During which months are there fewer rentals available in Nottingham?
The months with the lowest propereties available in Nottingham are, in order, September, August and February, with respective average availability figures of 37.5%, 38.6%, and 39.25%, based on data collected in 2019.Are there many holiday rentals in Nottingham?
We have collected the holiday rentals and lettings from 7 different partners in Nottingham, so we can offer you around 370 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing!