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  • An interview with... Gandeys Circus ringmaster, Ryan Brown

    An interview with... Gandeys Circus ringmaster, Ryan Brown

    Here at Visit Notts HQ, we're practically doing cartwheels with excitement about seeing the spectacular Gandeys Circus - The Greatest Show Tour in Nottingham this autumn. We quizzed the ringmaster Ryan Brown on his career to date, pre-show rituals and what to expect from this year’s production… oh, and his favourite sandwich!

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  • Newstead Abbey in Nottinghamshire

    Seven things we love about the Notts attractions in the Lonely Planet’s Ultimate United Kingdom Travelist

    Most of us have heard the news by now that a whopping seven Nottinghamshire attractions made travel guide publisher Lonely Planet’s top 500 travel experiences in the UK. We’re feeling pretty smug about being recognised by such a large-scale, well-trusted publisher, and the broad range of attractions identified (from museums and nature reserves to heritage sites and pubs) is testament to the wonderful variety of what’s on offer here. 

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  • Top 10 interesting facts about Nottingham

    Top 10 interesting facts about Nottingham

    The beautiful city of Nottingham is often associated with angry sheriffs and outlaws. These cliches, however, have not been able to diminish its popularity and charm. The spirited city is always buzzing, primarily attributed to the presence of energetic students who have played a pivotal role in transforming Nottingham's music and club scene. 

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  • Afternoon tea at Thoresby Hall Hotel

    An outrageously decadent festive afternoon tea at Thoresby Hall Hotel

    Afternoon tea is without a doubt the finest of British institutions, and Thoresby Hall Hotel is one of the most luxurious hotels in the region, so when Visit Nottinghamshire received an invitation to experience Thoresby Hall’s festive afternoon tea, we knew we were in for a very special treat indeed.

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  • OVO Energy Tour of Britain Stage 4: Places to Eat & Drink in North Nottinghamshire

    OVO Energy Tour of Britain Stage 7: Places to Eat & Drink in North Nottinghamshire

    As a spectator you may not need as much energy as the cyclists in the OVO Energy Tour of Britain, but you'll probably want to make a day of it with a delicious lunch or evening meal. North Nottinghamshire offers an array of delightful eateries, whether you are looking for an atmospheric dinner, a coffee break or a sweet treat. In this blog you will find pubs, coffee shops and places selling local produce to visit, all nearby the Stage 7 Route.

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  • Tiffin Tea house

    A Top Cuppa Tea in Notts

    21st April is National Tea Day, so as we'd say in Nottinghamshire, its time to go hunting for the best mash in town. We've picked some of our favourite tea rooms in the county to give you a little inspiration for that perfect afternoon brew.

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  • Afternoon tea at the Lace Market Hotel

    Afternoon tea at the Lace Market Hotel

    In the heart of Nottingham’s historic Lace Market you’ll find the gorgeous Lace Market Hotel , an iconic boutique hotel which reopened after major refurbishment under new management in 2015. I..

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  • A Winter Warmer at Kelham House Hotel

    A Winter Warmer at Kelham House Hotel

    There’s nothing quite like that quintessentially English tradition of afternoon tea is there? The notion to me always conjures up bone china cups and saucers, speciality teas and of course perfectl..

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