Travelodge Nottingham East Midlands Airport Donnington

A Hotel in Derby, Derbyshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Moto Service Area - Junction 23a, Castle Donington
DE74 2TN

Travelodge Nottingham East Midlands Airport Donnington, Derby

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Located on the M1 close to Derby, the Travelodge Nottingham East Midlands Airport Donington Park M1 provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the Derbyshire countryside. This completely non-smoking hotel offers spacious en-suite rooms, TV in every room, tea and coffee making facilities, a caf� bar, free parking, all facilities of a Moto Service Area plus a selection of famous catering outlets on site, make Travelodge terrific value.

2 star rating

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