The Legendary Nottingham Road Hotel

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Getaway Summary
PRICE (pp sharing):
from R 640 - 890
GETAWAY TYPE
Hotel
Overview
The Legendary Nottingham Road Hotel was built in the 1890s and is historically known as one of the oldest pubs in KwaZulu-Natal. This old-style hotel has 14 en-suite rooms, and 10 modern Garden Suites, both twins and doubles. Set in typically old English gardens, this hotel is located in the village of Nottingham Road which is in the heart of the Midlands Meander. There is a beautiful restaurant on site serving an a la carte menu which caters for all meals. Within close proximity to the hotel is the Gowrie Farm Golf Course which is a well designed and beautifully manicured 12 hole course. The area boasts plenty of unique craft shops, fly fishing, cheese, beer and wine tasting, as well as many well known country eateries all within five minutes of the hotel. The hotel with its historical charm, warm and friendly staff and festive atmosphere is a definite stopover for any visitor to the Midlands. It is approximately one and a half hours from Durban and four hours from Johannesburg.
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"The food and restaurant service was wonderful"
16 Apr 2018
By Karen Major
"Unfortunately the first night some extremely drunk men made a huge noise till 2:30 in the morning and then started up again at 6:00. Will not stay at this hotel again."
"Easter Break"
03 Apr 2018
By Doug Varkevisser
"We checked into the hotel with consummate ease and were made to feel immediately welcome,Hotel is old but very clean and staff friendly,we stayed in the cottages and despite being a little noisy we were comfortable and enjoyed a great week-end.Very Central and the fact that they are Pet Friendly was a big plus and our Bulldog was welcomed with open arms."
"This gem of a hotel"
15 Sep 2017
By Errol Ferriman
"Great Staff...most helpfullF & B was greatStaff well trained , polite and delivered greatsservice"
"Beautiful rooms"
14 Apr 2017
By Monica Bartlett
"We stayed in the Garden Suites and were pleasantly surprised by the luxurious beds . My room had a small lounge area which led out onto a patio. Bathrooms very well appointed."
"Could be so much better"
23 Aug 2016
By Bernie, South Africa
"We enjoyed our stay at the Nottingham Road Hotel. The rooms were clean, the linen and bed were clean and comfortable. But... little things tend to mar the whole experience. The fact that we didn't have warm water on the first morning of our stay was uncomfortable, but they fixed that asap. The fact that there wasn't soap for washing hands, and they did not replace the tiny bottle of shower gel the whole 4 days we were there, were not expected of a 3 star hotel. The room we were in, was close to the vent for the restaurant below, and we were unpleasantly blasted with cooking smells the whole time. Maybe they could just extend the 'chimney'? But, that all said, we would not mind staying there again. They only need to look more closely at the little things..."
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16 Aug 2016
By Brian, South Africa
"Warm comfortable beds, great food, friendly and very helpful, welcoming staff. Quaint pub. An ideal base to explore surrounding areas."
"Dissapointing"
05 Jan 2015
By Kevin, South Africa
"Although the staff are very helpful and food is good, the hotel relies far too much on it's historical appeal."
"Wonderful night at the Legendary Notties Hotel"
03 Jun 2014
By Simon, South Africa
"My wife and I stayed at the Legendary Notties Hotel on our way back from the Comrades. The staff were really friendly and helpful.Food was also really nice and inexpensive. Can't believe that we have never stayed there before."
"Lovely, Cosy Hotel"
05 Jan 2014
By Carmela, South Africa
"We only stayed one night at the Legendary Nottingham Road hotel. On first impression, we had our doubts. But the rooms were clean, cosy and the beds comfortable. The room we had was large and spacious. The shower wasn't great. Our evening meal was exceptional!!Staff was friendly and helpful. Thank you!"
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30 Dec 2013
By Jill, South Africa
"A VERY disappointing stay to say the least.Our guests from overseas had a room, 14, which leaked as it was raining. They reported that their TV did not work, no concern or action taken.Staff were unfriendly, particularly at breakfast where, there was insufficient milk for cereals and tea !! Cleaners strolled trough the restaurant to remove the waste from the kitchen as we were having breakfast, really!!! The hot water boiler was indicated as OUT OF ORDER, yet was actually working when we requested hot water. Disturbingly, the law was clearly flouted with Patrons smoking in the bar area and not one member of Staff on Duty, took any action.Another concern was that there appears to be no FIRE fighting facilities or warning systems in place, this in a Hotel which has open fires and with visible woodwork everywhere. I saw no FHR's or Extinguishers or Smoke detectors anywhere!! I would not recommend this "Historic/Legendry Hotel""