Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem
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An ancient pub built into stone caves with a charming, wonky interior and resident ghosts, plus food. Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem is ranked as one of the best pubs to visit.
Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, built in 1189, is England’s oldest surviving inn, just ask our resident ghosts. We were aptly christened when King Richard the Lionheart and his men congregated here before embarking on the Crusades in Jerusalem
This pub claims to be the oldest in England. It has a boat hung on the ceiling said to be haunted and those who touch it....
The oldest inn in England. Lots of history including caves and a cursed gallion.
Claiming to be the oldest inn in England it's a must-see since the pub itself it built into the same sandstone on which Nottingham Castle sits. Good beer, great interior.
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“Pub. Very old-some claim it to be older than the Olde Trip. Interior isn't as impressive as Olde Trip but having no less than three separate bars it's a step back in time”
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“This theatre is home to so many wonderful touring shows that travel around the United Kingdom. Here you will get to see some of the greatest shows and performers that this country has to offer. ”
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“Market square is the centre of Nottingham city and often the site of markets, temporary exhibitions and pop up events. ”
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“A little more up market with a range of higher end shops including Flannels, Kurt Geiger, Fat Face, Whitestuff, Body Shop, Molton Brown etc”
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“Really good French bistro cooking. In the evenings you need to book ahead as it is very popular. Does really good lunch time set menu's that are great value.”
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