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Welcome to Sunny Mount Bed And Breakfast

Address: 310 Porchester Road, Nottingham, NG3 6GR

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In the heart of Nottingham, Sunny Mount Bed And Breakfast offers stylish en suite rooms with free Wi-Fi and DVD players. The garden has a hot tub, which is free to use. There is free private parking at Sunny Mount Bed and Breakfast. The individually designed rooms have large beds, flat-screen TVs, Freeview channels, tea/coffee making facilities and wine coolers. A full English breakfast is available. Sunny Mount is just 1.7 miles from Nottingham city centre, and 3 miles from Nottingham Castle and Forest football ground. There are a number of pubs, restaurants and takeaways a short walk away.

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Nottingham Racecourse - Colwick Park - Racecourse

Nottingham Racecourse - Colwick Park - Racecourse

Distance 2.29 miles (3.67 km)
With over 100 years of history, Nottingham Racecourse offers a wealth of tradition, great facilities and excellent value for money. At its heart is the modern Centenary Stand, complimented by the recently refurbished Grandstand. Nottingham Racecourse runs a fixture list starting in March until November and offers two enclosures. The Members Enclosure is Nottingham's premier facility offering the opportunity to become a 'Day Member' entitling you to unlimited access to all public areas of the course. The modern Centenary Stand boasts splendid views of the racecourse, parade ring and winner's enclosure - providing an ideal base for a perfect day. The Grandstand Enclosure is a popular choice for many racegoers, offering the largest enclosure and the 'hubbub' of the main betting ring. A great day out with lively bars and fabulous views of the course from the main Grandstand viewing area.

Nottingham Railway Station - Railway Station

Nottingham Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 2.46 miles (3.94 km)
Nottingham station is the principal railway station in the city of Nottingham and the Greater Nottingham area. It is served mainly by Midland Mainline and Central Trains. There are current plans to redevelop the entire station with more shops and the Nottingham Express Transit trams running over the top of the station. [1] The station was built in 1904 and was previously known as Nottingham Midland station and is the only surving principal station in the city after the closure of Nottingham Victoria in 1967 due to the Beeching Axe (the site is now the Victoria shopping centre). The station has 6 platforms, each platform halved into A and B to fit more trains. 12,000 people pass through the station every day. Station Street tram station is located a short walk from the station concourse.

Notts County Football Club - Football Club

Notts County Football Club - Football Club

Distance 2.62 miles (4.2 km)
Notts County Football Club are a football club based in Nottingham, England. In 2005-06 the club will play in League Two of The Football League. Nicknamed The Magpies, the club is one of two professional football clubs in Nottingham, the other being their old enemies Nottingham Forest. The Magpies play their home games at the Meadow Lane stadium and play in a black and white striped kit, which was the inspiration for Juventus's strip of the same design. Though they have not won a great deal of major silverware in their history, County are considered to be one of the most famous 'little' clubs in English football.

Nottingham Forest Football Club - Football Club

Nottingham Forest Football Club - Football Club

Distance 2.8 miles (4.48 km)
The ground from a distance looks quite picturesque sitting on the banks of the River Trent. Both ends have been re-developed during the 1990's, much improving the overall appearance. At one end, the Bridgford Stand houses away fans in the lower tier; it is odd because one third of this stand was built lower then the rest, due to a local Council planning requirement to allow sunlight through to the houses in nearby Colwick Road. Opposite, the Trent End, is the most recent addition to the ground. It is a large two tiered stand that looks quite smart. One unusual feature of the stand, is that running across the middle are a number of rows of seating enclosed within a covered shaded glass area.