Things To See and Do
Famous for the legend of Robin Hood, as well as being the former home of Lord Byron, Nottingham is a city which is proud of its rich heritage. Historical and cultural credentials include a 17th century castle and a medieval labyrinth of caves. A pair of stone lions watch over the 1920s Council House in the Old Market Square, while a statue of Robin Hood stands proudly below the castle.
Activities, Where to Eat, Stay, Where to Eat In Nottingham
Nottingham restaurants can come as a delightful surprise to the uninitiated. The range and quality of dining here in Nottingham, the "Queen City of the Midlands", is dazzling.
When it comes to restaurants Nottingham has become renowned for having the best in style and flavours. Whether it's a simple coffee shop lunch or sophisticated candle lit dining, you'll be spoilt for choice.
This wood-panelled room, at one time the Flying Horse Inn, is now Nottingham’s de facto third-wave coffee hub – the high-street face of a local, small-batch coffee-roaster.
Perkins has been at the forefront of the region's culinary scene for nearly 30 years. Twice voted Midlands Restaurant of the Year, Perkins has evolved under the watchful eye of Head Chef Sarah Newham to ensure it consistently delivers the finest food in a relaxed and friendly setting.