32. 2 suitable for disabled.
all year, restaurant closed 1 Jan.
lift, reception/lobby, bar, restaurant (30 yds), free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Sky, Freeview), conference/banqueting facilities, small exercise room, civil wedding licence, courtyard, private garden, private car park with CCTV.
all ages welcomed.
not allowed in public rooms, or unattended in bedrooms.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
 room only £134–£274. Breakfast £9–£14, set dinner £28, à la carte £34.
Good Hotel Guide Review
On the ramparts of Nottingham’s medieval castle, this modern, purpose-built hotel has a princely view over the whole city. ‘Unreservedly recommended’ by returning guests, it is owned by Tim Hart (who also owns Hambleton Hall, Hambleton, see entry). The contemporary bedrooms are ‘small but well equipped’, with a work area, flat-screen TV with DVD-player, fresh milk in the fridge; garden rooms have French doors leading to a terrace with outdoor seating. The Park bar received a facelift this year: new carpets, seating, decor and blinds. Hart’s Restaurant, next door, has also been enlarged and redecorated, the seating updated. Chef Dan Burridge’s daily-changing menus now include all-day snacks. At dinner, try a Rutland Pippin (cold ham hock pie, apple, Stilton); Hereford beef sirloin, breaded bone marrow, watercress and game crisps, quince soufflé. Breakfast, served in the bedroom or the bar, has fresh fruit and juice and locally produced yogurt, Melton Mowbray sausages and bacon, breads from Tim Hart’s Hambleton Bakery in nearby Rutland. There is a small gym; in-room spa treatments are available.
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