Guest Accommodation in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

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307 Queens Road

Hylands, Nottingham

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At Hylands we pride ourselves on treating guests like individuals and aim to cater for their every need. Ideally situated close to Nottingham University, Highfields Hockey Club, Nottingham Indoor Tennis Centre, Wollaton Park and Attenborough Nature Reserve, Hylands offers clean and comfortable accommodation and a warm and friendly atmosphere.With an award winning pub offering real ales and a large selection of wines and whiskey and several excellent restaurants all within easy walking distance our guests dining needs are well catered for. The array of shops, theatres, bars, concert halls, bowling and skating arenas on offer in the city centre are just a few minutes away.

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