Colwick Hall is a historic property with attractive grounds allowing for ample social distancing. Bedrooms are thoroughly cleaned and our staff have undergone covid training. We have a hand sanitiser station at the entrance containing gloves and face masks if you wish to use them. We maintain the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene throughout. We have a streamline checkin process and key cards are fully sanitised. We kindly request that payments are made by card.
Colwick Hall Hotel once the ancestral home of Lord Byron exudes a wealth of history, dating back to the Domesday book with the current face built in 1776. Nestled in over 60 acres of country park, this grade II* listed Georgian mansion is a perfect Midlands base to explore nearby attractions and a central location to meet with excellent road, rail and air connections.
Colwick Hall is very close to the most popular Nottingham Ice Centre – Motorpoint Arena, Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall. Nottingham Racecourse, Nottingham Greyhound Stadium and National Design Academy are only 5 minutes walk away.
We are also only 2 miles from the City Centre, Nottingham Train Station, Coach Station and many Nottingham attractions, including the Caves, Galleries of Justice, and the Lace Market, England’s oldest pub, Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem.
The hall has fabulous suites with exquisite bathrooms and many enjoying fine views of the grounds and lake. Often chosen for special occasions and corporate events, the hall is a very well established and popular venue in Nottingham. At the hotel you will find Byron’s Brasserie, famous for traditional and themed afternoon tea, Sunday lunch and a modern British dinner menu.
Based in the city on the edge of the countryside, the bedrooms at Colwick Hall are all individually and uniquely designed to give the air of nostalgia with all the modern comforts that befit this luxurious and opulent Georgian country house mansion. Being Grade II* listed, Colwick Hall not only exudes enormous character and constant charm, but gave us clear architectural language and has made all our bedrooms really have the ‘wow’ factor.
All our bedrooms are named after famous people across the world in and around 1776 (which is the year in which the house was remodelled by John Carr of York, and is the current red brick face and this is recorded the lead water down pipes with initials JM for Sir John Musters). The star of the show is the Lord Byron Signature Suite (whose ancestral home this was) and occupies pride of place in the central section above the portico entrance with a balcony to the north face. This bedroom is truly massive at over 500sqft and so is the accompanying bathroom which lends itself to being ideal as a bridal suite, or that all special treat (in fact it is the very room His Holiness Dalai Lama has stayed in).
We are delighted to welcome visitors from far and wide and also have our King George III suite complete with a separate sitting room on the south and easterly face that makes it verstaile for a corporate or celebration stay with boardroom or dining layout in the interlinking George Stubbs.
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