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Igloo Hybrid

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1.9km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Igloo Hybrid is a boutique hostel in the center of Nottingham.... More...

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Igloo Backpackers Hostel

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1.3km from city centre - Show on Map
8.6
Fabulous 767
  • Wonderful Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Nottingham Backpackers Hostel, the Igloo, is the city's original stopover for backpackers and overseas jobseekers seeking rest and recuperation... More...

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MidTown Hostel

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1.9km from city centre - Show on Map
8.7
Fabulous 597
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Midtown Hostel, with location, well , in midtown. And by midtown we mean midtown.

City centre is built usally around main square, right? So if you consider that Midtown Hostel is like 200 m from m... More...

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Upon a trip to Nottingham, you might find yourself reminiscing of the childhood story, Robin Hood since Nottingham is the home of the ever-so famous story. A visit to Robin’s hood (see what I did there) will give you the chance to witness incredible landscapes and study the rich history this town has to offer.

Hostels in Nottingham really know how to do that homely English vibe that everyone could use a little more of. No matter if you prefer the extra privacy of a private room or the socialising that comes with staying in a dorm, we’re sure you’ll find a Nottingham hostel to suit your needs. All Nottingham hostels include free Wi-Fi, so you’ll find it easy to keep your family and friends updated on your adventures. To reduce your carbon footprint while you travel, choose an eco-friendly hostel. Don’t forget to look out for communal kitchens with free tea and coffee for even bigger savings.

Choose a hostel in Nottingham city centre to explore the city’s main attractions, busiest bars and most diverse range of restaurants. If you love Indian food, head to Maid Marian Way, AKA the curry mile, where you’ll find some of the best Indian restaurants in the whole of the UK. The Lace Market is a really cool area that’s packed with unique boutiques, vintage shops and alternative bars. The neighbourhood of Lenton is where you’ll find the biggest student population, so expect a young vibe and pubs with cheap drinks deals!

Staying in character to its famous story you’ll find a high wire forest adventure course set in the Sherwood Pines with an impressive number of over 30 zip lines, nets and rope bridges. Adventure junkies, you’ll also find a range of other activities whilst in Sherwood Forest such as mud buggies, assault courses, clay pigeon shooting and quad biking to name a few. If you’re looking to get a bit wet, opt for white water rafting, canoeing or kayaking at the National Water Sports Centre. While you’re in town why not try your hand at the towns chosen sport, archery or alternatively go and explore the historical buildings and castles that are nested within the town such as Wollaton Hall and Park where Batman 2; the Dark Knight Rises was filmed. Also, don’t forget to check out one of the caves hidden underneath the city centre!

You’ll find a wide variety of options for getting around Nottingham. Jump on a tram where you’ll find yourself with direct links to shopping and tourist attractions within the inner and outer parts of Nottingham. The buses service a large part of Nottingham, most buses operate from Broad Marsh and Victoria station. Alternatively, explore the picturesque town on foot or hop on a bike.

We have 3 hostels in Nottingham with an average rating of 8.8 based on 2,091 reviews 3 of 3 properties available in Nottingham

About Nottingham

Upon a trip to Nottingham, you might find yourself reminiscing of the childhood story, Robin Hood since Nottingham is the home of the ever-so famous story. A visit to Robin’s hood (see what I did there) will give you the chance to witness incredible landscapes and study the rich history this town has to offer.

Hostels in Nottingham really know how to do that homely English vibe that everyone could use a little more of. No matter if you prefer the extra privacy of a private room or the socialising that comes with staying in a dorm, we’re sure you’ll find a Nottingham hostel to suit your needs. All Nottingham hostels include free Wi-Fi, so you’ll find it easy to keep your family and friends updated on your adventures. To reduce your carbon footprint while you travel, choose an eco-friendly hostel. Don’t forget to look out for communal kitchens with free tea and coffee for even bigger savings.

Choose a hostel in Nottingham city centre to explore the city’s main attractions, busiest bars and most diverse range of restaurants. If you love Indian food, head to Maid Marian Way, AKA the curry mile, where you’ll find some of the best Indian restaurants in the whole of the UK. The Lace Market is a really cool area that’s packed with unique boutiques, vintage shops and alternative bars. The neighbourhood of Lenton is where you’ll find the biggest student population, so expect a young vibe and pubs with cheap drinks deals!

Staying in character to its famous story you’ll find a high wire forest adventure course set in the Sherwood Pines with an impressive number of over 30 zip lines, nets and rope bridges. Adventure junkies, you’ll also find a range of other activities whilst in Sherwood Forest such as mud buggies, assault courses, clay pigeon shooting and quad biking to name a few. If you’re looking to get a bit wet, opt for white water rafting, canoeing or kayaking at the National Water Sports Centre. While you’re in town why not try your hand at the towns chosen sport, archery or alternatively go and explore the historical buildings and castles that are nested within the town such as Wollaton Hall and Park where Batman 2; the Dark Knight Rises was filmed. Also, don’t forget to check out one of the caves hidden underneath the city centre!

You’ll find a wide variety of options for getting around Nottingham. Jump on a tram where you’ll find yourself with direct links to shopping and tourist attractions within the inner and outer parts of Nottingham. The buses service a large part of Nottingham, most buses operate from Broad Marsh and Victoria station. Alternatively, explore the picturesque town on foot or hop on a bike.