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British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships

From 23rd to 28th July, Nottingham Tennis Centre will once again host the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships. Now in its 30th year, this tournament is one of the most important in the world besides the Grand Slams: come and see Great Britain’s astonishing Paralympic medalists and other top players from across the globe in action!

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Bolsover Castle

Step back in time at the beautiful Bolsover Castle this weekend and immerse yourself in medieval life. Arrows will fly and swords will clash as knights battle it out in a spectacular sporting contest, and budding warriors can get involved in the dramatic displays by joining in with drills, experience medieval combat in a kid’s battle. 

BOOK a night stay with us and take advantage of the action. 

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Sherwood Forest Nature Reserve

Sherwood Forest covers over 420 hectares of unique woodland, making it apt for a short trail in the woods or for a full day excursion. It has lovely trails specially made for cyclists who enjoy subtle terrains and a beautiful atmosphere.

BOOK a night at the Nottingham Mercure, minutes away from the evergreen Sherwood Forest and lots of other interesting places to visit.


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Brewdog Nottingham

With over eighteen progressive draught beers and a hundred bottle offerings, this pub is the perfect hop in den. The Brewdog Punk IPA and the Brewdog Deadpony are just few of their brews that you have to try.

BOOK a night at the Nottingham Mercure, minutes away from the Brewdog and lots of other interesting places to visit.

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Nottingham Industrial Museum

A wide display of cycles, motorcycles and motor cars are available to see. The museum also houses an operational beam engine, which is extremely unique.

BOOK a night at the Nottingham Mercure, minutes away from the Industrial Museum and lots of other interesting places to visit. 

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Easter at Twycross Zoo

Head to Twycross Zoo for a family day out guaranteed to be a roaring success! One of the leading zoos in the Midlands, Tywcross Zoo is also a charity with a pioneering conservation programme: it houses over 500 animals from more than 125 species, from leopards, meercats and penguins, to beautiful butterflies and creepy crawlies in the Butterfly Forest – and everything in between! With cracking Easter prices of up to 60% off, and free parking, it’s a day-trip you can’t afford to miss.

Located an easy 30-minute drive from Nottingham’s city centre, head back to the Mercure Nottingham for a well-earned rest after your day of adventure!


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Nottingham Poetry Festival

Returning for its fourth year, the 2019 Nottingham Poetry Festival will be bigger and better than ever before! From 26th April to 5th May, Nottingham will see over sixty poetry-inspired events pop up all over the city.



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