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Holiday Inn Derby-Nottingham M1 Jct25
Bostocks Lane, NG10 5NJ Nottingham United Kingdom
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Description Holiday Inn Derby-Nottingham M1 Jct25
Holiday Inn Derby-Nottingham M1 jct25 is a 3 star hotel in Nottingham, United Kingdom. It is located off the MI motorway at junction 25 and 8 miles from East Midlands airport. Birmingham International airport is 45 miles and the nearest train station is Long Eaton, 2 miles away.
The hotel has 92 air conditioned guest rooms with en-suite bathroom, hair dryer, windows that open, telephone with fax, tea and coffee making facilities, climate control, high speed internet access for an additional charge, and television with satellite TV channels and pay per view movies. The restaurant is open for breakfast lunch and dinner and serves traditional English cuisine and European specialties.
There are 11 conference and meeting rooms, the largest of which can hold 120 people and is complete with modern technical equipment. There is a business centre with PC available and internet access, fax, photocopying, printing and fax. Private car parking is possible on site, a reservation is not required and is free of charge.
Birmingham International Airport (code BHX) is the largest airport in the Midlands region of England and is a mid-sized airport with two terminals and one runway.
It serves a large number of European destinations as well as having long-haul services to the east coast of North America and the Caribbean, a few places in North Africa and quite a lot of flights to the Indian Sub-continent.
It hosts a range of full service and budget carriers as well as offering facilities for private jets.
There are two long stay and two short stay car parks on-site.
BHX is located 13km east of Birmingham, close to motorways and major roads and with its own railway station on site. It is also close to the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) which can be reached on foot in just 5 minutes.
Peak Cavern is also known as the "Devil's Arse" and is the most natural of Castleton's four limestone caves, since it has not been extensively mined for its lead deposits. It is the largest cave in the Peak District National Park and has the largest cave entrance in Britain. This cave was home to Britain's last endemic troglodyte population, who lived in this cave system until as recently as 1915. These people made rope and tourists can now see demonstrations of their rope making methods today. Touring the Peak Cavern is only possible within a group with a guide, it is not permitted to wander through the caves freely for health and safety reasons.
Peak Cavern is open daily throughout the year from 10am until 5pm (last tours 4pm). Tours take place every hour on the hour.
Admission charges are:
Adults - £6.75 (10 Euros)
Child - £4.75 (7 Euros)
Concessions - £5.75 (8.5 Euros)
Family ticket - £20.00 (30 Euros)
Children under 5 - Free
(note to confirmer: the photo is my own)
The Stag is a CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) approved pub. It is family run and serves food as well as Real Ales and other drinks. On a Sunday evening there is a quiz.
Food is served daily at the following times:
Monday to Friday - from 12 midday until 2pm and from 6pm until 9pm
Saturday - 12 miiday until 9pm
Sunday - 12 midday until 4pm
The opening hours of the Stag are daily Monday until Saturday from 11.30am until 11pm and from 12 midday until 10.30pm on Sundays.
Don Valley Stadium
The Don Valley Leisure Complex is one of the largest sports venues in the UK. It was built in 1990 at a cost of £29 million (44 million Euros). It has a capacity of over 25,000 people and plays hosts to major music concerts and sporting events.
The Don Valley was the first completely new sports stadium to be built in the UK since the 1920s, when Wembley Stadium was built in London. It is open from 7am until 9pm Monday to Friday and 9am until 5pm on Saturdays and Sundays. The stadium is easily accessible by bus and tram. Facilities include ample parking and disabled access.
Rockingham Castle was built 900 years ago for Richard the Conqueror and sits on the top of a ridge of hills giving views of the valley beyond, across five different counties.
Despite its address being listed as Market Harborough (a very attractive market town) it's actually closest to the industrial town of Corby and visitors would do better to follow road signs to Corby rather than Market Harborough
The Watson family who own the castle have lived there for 450 years and only one other family owned the castle before them.
The grounds and castle are open in the summer months - roughly from Easter to the end of September. Between Easter and the end of May they are only open on Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays (of which there are two in May). From June to September they are open on Tuesdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays.
Opening hours are 12 noon to 5 pm.
If you can form a group of 20 or more visitors, they will open on additional days by prior appointment - there are links on the website to arrange such visits.
On open days the entry price is £7.50 for adults, £6.50 for Old Aged Pensioners and £4.50 for children up to 16 years of age. Dogs are welcomed in the gardens but not in the castle.
Special events such as Christmas Fayres and Craft Shows are held periodically - check the website for details. The castle is also available for weddings and other private functions.