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  • Jurys Innformation – Blog@JurysInn Hotels
    Sheffield Jurys Inn Southampton Jurys Inn Swindon The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh The Glasgow City Hotel Check In Nights 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 Rooms 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 Adults per room Adults 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 Add Promotional or Group Code To make a group booking click here to complete our online form and a member of our team will be in touch to help you with your booking within 48 hours SEARCH Search Results For Manchester 5 Articles Chinese New Year Where Will You Celebrate Feb 04 The Chinese New Year also known as Spring Festival is a 4 000 year old festival with its origins varying from teller to teller Legend has it that a terrible mythical lion like beast Nian the Chinese word for year is said to have preyed on the Chinese villagers believing that the beast was afra 10 Vegetarian Restaurants That All Foodies Will Love Oct 05 Vegetarian cuisine has increased in popularity over the last few decades opening up a whole new world of food to much of the public From trendy bistros and cafes to elegant restaurants and lively bars vegetarian cooking has flourished in the UK owing to the variety of international dishes bringi Days Out with Jurys Inn The Top Five Picturesque Lakes Aug 04 Overflowing with parks gardens glittering lakes and rivers the UK and Ireland are renowned for their vibrant array of natural tourist attractions With this in mind we ve hand picked our five favourite picturesque lakes to help you enjoy some relaxing and rejuvenating days out with the fam Jurys Inn s Guide to Manchester Museums Jul 20 Manchester is an exciting hub for culture and offers a myriad of museums and galleries for visitors to explore Many of the museums are free to visit and provide a fantastic day out for all ages and interests whether you re a science and industry buff a historian at heart football fan or s Top UK Coffee spots Apr 30 At Jurys Inn we have a bit of a thing for coffee Whether it s that first cup of coffee in the morning to wake you up and get you moving or that Saturday afternoon coffee and chat with a friend we love everything about good

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  • Jurys Innformation – Blog@JurysInn Hotels
    Jurys Inn Sheffield Jurys Inn Southampton Jurys Inn Swindon The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh The Glasgow City Hotel Check In Nights 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 Rooms 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 Adults per room Adults 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 Add Promotional or Group Code To make a group booking click here to complete our online form and a member of our team will be in touch to help you with your booking within 48 hours SEARCH Search Results For Nottingham 5 Articles Chinese New Year Where Will You Celebrate Feb 04 The Chinese New Year also known as Spring Festival is a 4 000 year old festival with its origins varying from teller to teller Legend has it that a terrible mythical lion like beast Nian the Chinese word for year is said to have preyed on the Chinese villagers believing that the beast was afra Ten Must See Cultural Venues in Nottingham Nov 16 In recent years Nottingham has become a centre of artistic expression for people all over the country Home to an assortment of art galleries museums and theatres as well as several architectural masterpieces and a pulsing social scene Nottingham is the place to visit for an enjoyable and educa The Best Cinemas in the UK and Ireland Jun 19 From historic and cosy to ultra modern and stylish the UK and Ireland are home to some of the best places to unwind and watch a film in a unique style and setting Here s a selection of spots that are reinventing the cinema experience The Prince Charles Cinema LondonLocated in London s Jurys Inn Running Trails Part 2 Jun 11 As promised we ve come up with our next 5 top running trails to share It can be difficult to keep up that all important exercise regime when you re travelling whether it be for business or pleasure If you re building up for a longer run such as a half marathon or a full marathon Summer Sports Five Family Fun Adventures Jun 09 Summer is the perfect time to get the kids and parents active energised and out enjoying sports in the sun it s time to leave winter hermits at home With this in mind and to get you started we ve

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  • Jurys Innformation – Blog@JurysInn Hotels
    Jurys Inn Southampton Jurys Inn Swindon The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh The Glasgow City Hotel Check In Nights 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 Rooms 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 Adults per room Adults 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 Add Promotional or Group Code To make a group booking click here to complete our online form and a member of our team will be in touch to help you with your booking within 48 hours SEARCH Search Results For Liverpool 5 Articles Chinese New Year Where Will You Celebrate Feb 04 The Chinese New Year also known as Spring Festival is a 4 000 year old festival with its origins varying from teller to teller Legend has it that a terrible mythical lion like beast Nian the Chinese word for year is said to have preyed on the Chinese villagers believing that the beast was afra Public Beauty The Best Outdoor Art in the UK Aug 13 The sculpture scene of the UK has developed into one of the hottest tourist attractions on the continent and offers the ideal cultural outdoor activity this summer We ve searched up and down the country to find five of the best outdoor art exhibits that are sure to inspire you Public A Soak Up The Sun Five UK Beach Holidays Jul 13 The UK is bursting with beach treasures awaiting your discovery Whether traveling as a family to immerse in rock pools sand castles and watersports or embarking on a tranquil romantic getaway to nestle away into a secluded beach we ve collected together a few of our top UK beach holidays Unique Valentine s Day Activities to Woo Your Love Jan 12 Valentine s Day is fast approaching and with it a plethora of chocolates flowers and restaurants to make your Valentine s Day special A romantic dinner is of course a bit of a prerequisite however it isn t a very unique way to woo your chosen partner on a day all about lo Live Music and Art Exhibitions in Liverpool for 2014 Mar 20 Liverpool was European Capital of Culture in 2008 and has long been a hub of culture and artistic expression The city gave rise to the famous Merseybeat music scene in the 1960s and of course The Beatles There

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    Jurys Inn Sheffield Jurys Inn Southampton Jurys Inn Swindon The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh The Glasgow City Hotel Check In Nights 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 Rooms 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 Adults per room Adults 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 Add Promotional or Group Code To make a group booking click here to complete our online form and a member of our team will be in touch to help you with your booking within 48 hours SEARCH Search Results For London 5 Articles London Jazz Festival 2015 Oct 22 A diverse and important global economic centre London is one of the most visited city in the world and one the reasons is its rich cultural offering London s culture is home not only to countless new rock punk and pop acts but also symphonies conservatories and many more The London Jazz Fest Public Beauty The Best Outdoor Art in the UK Aug 13 The sculpture scene of the UK has developed into one of the hottest tourist attractions on the continent and offers the ideal cultural outdoor activity this summer We ve searched up and down the country to find five of the best outdoor art exhibits that are sure to inspire you Public A The Best Cinemas in the UK and Ireland Jun 19 From historic and cosy to ultra modern and stylish the UK and Ireland are home to some of the best places to unwind and watch a film in a unique style and setting Here s a selection of spots that are reinventing the cinema experience The Prince Charles Cinema LondonLocated in London s Summer Sports Five Family Fun Adventures Jun 09 Summer is the perfect time to get the kids and parents active energised and out enjoying sports in the sun it s time to leave winter hermits at home With this in mind and to get you started we ve collected together a selection of sports to try or rekindle this summer with Refreshing Recipes for Wimbledon This Summer Jun 02 As the British summer heat hits in full swing it s clear that Wimbledon is on the way Now in its 138th year the legendary tennis tournament is the perfect opportunity to relax in the shade while watching exciting and nail biting sports

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  • London City Guide | Jurys Inn London
    practical applications Although you could spend an entire day here it s a good idea to do half a day split between the Science and Natural History museums Covent Garden street shows Price free unless you want to leave a tip for the performers Getting there take the Tube to Covent Garden Covent Garden is one of London s most famous shopping areas but the charming square by the market is also renowned as a hotspot for street performers and there are always incredible shows going on during the day Your kids will no doubt be entertained by the human statues dotted along the pedestrianised street between the Tube station and the market but that s just the beginning You ll never be quite sure what you re going to see at Covent Garden but all the performances are family friendly You can have a magician one day a unicyclist the next and musicians a day later Grab a seat at one of the nearby cafes and sit down with a drink and a snack to watch what s going on in the square it s a wonderful way to break up a day of sightseeing and keep the kids amused while you and your partner get a short rest Sea Life London Aquarium Price 25 20 for adults and 19 50 for children over three although family tickets are available and you ll receive a discount if you book your tickets online Getting there take the Tube to Westminster or Waterloo The Sea Life London Aquarium may not be the cheapest of London s attractions but it s an amazing place for a family day out The exhibits here will bring you and the kids closer to a variety of incredible creatures that live in the world s oceans Among the highlights here are the Penguins Ice Adventure where you can see a group of gentoo penguins in a habitat that resembles their native Antarctic and Shark Reef Encounter where you can walk above the tank on a special glass walkway and appreciate these beautiful predators in the Pacific aquarium that is some three storeys high Other marine creatures that you ll encounter during a day here include turtles jellyfish seahorses and lobsters among many many more You can comfortably see all the exhibits at the aquarium in about half a day Hamleys Toy Store Price free as long as you don t buy souvenirs for the kids Getting there take the Tube to Oxford Circus and walk the short distance along Regent Street Hamleys is the oldest toy store in London having first opened in 1760 It has grown considerably since its early days and the five storey shop on Regent Street is an absolute paradise for kids Each floor has a different theme with many of the toys displayed according to the age they re suitable for The top floor is one of the most exciting as there are some amazing Lego models on show in addition to plenty of boxsets of the building blocks to take home with you As well as the incredible array of toys there are displays of how some of the most exciting new additions work which will no doubt keep your children entertained The staff are very friendly and helpful and if you end up spending a couple of hours here don t be surprised How to visit all 4 of London s World Heritage sites in a day London is home to many great attractions which can make it tricky to know exactly where to begin if you re in the city for your first sightseeing trip A great option especially if you re pressed for time is to visit its four UNESCO World Heritage sites These are Maritime Greenwich the Tower of London the Palace of Westminster and the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew Our guide will give you a bit of information about each of these as well as some tips on how to travel between them and a suggested route for seeing all four in a day Maritime Greenwich We re going to begin in Maritime Greenwich which is the most easterly of the four sites It comprises a series of buildings all within Greenwich Park The most famous of these is probably the Royal Observatory where you can see the Greenwich Meridian Line running across the courtyard Other features of the observatory include the 17th century rooms that were built for the first Astronomer Royal and a selection of the earliest clocks that were used to establish Greenwich as the world standard for accurate timekeeping There are also several museums within the Maritime Greenwich complex including the Queen s House the National Maritime Museum and the Cutty Sark all of which are worth exploring if you can make the time Another notable building is the Royal Hospital which was constructed according to a plan laid out by famous architect Christopher Wren Tower of London The journey from Maritime Greenwich to our next site the Tower of London is very straightforward and there are several transport options open to you The first and possibly the most fun is to take a boat from Greenwich Pier to Tower Pier which is near the Tower of London Alternatively you can travel on the DLR from the Cutty Sark station to Tower Gateway which is also adjacent to the Tower of London The Tower of London is one of the most iconic buildings in the city with its imposing White Tower the most striking feature of the fortress This was constructed by William the Conqueror and the rest of the fort was built around this There are some fascinating exhibits at the Tower of London not least of all the Crown Jewels although the armoury is also worth exploring as is the exhibition dedicated to the various animals that have been housed at the tower over the centuries Palace of Westminster Travelling from the Tower of London to the Palace of Westminster is easiest on the Underground with both the District and Circle lines providing a direct connection The journey takes a little under 20 minutes from Tower Hill to Westminster The Palace of Westminster heritage site includes the world famous Westminster Abbey and St Margaret s Church Westminster Abbey is particularly symbolic as it is where every British monarch since the 11th century has been crowned Westminster Palace is a stunning example of neo Gothic architecture and well worth admiring Although not as large or impressive as the other monuments St Margaret s Church is still beautiful and rather important given that it remains the parish church for the House of Commons Royal Botanic Gardens Our final stop is the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew The easiest way to travel from Westminster is to hop back on the District line and ride it to the Kew Gardens Underground stop It s just a short walk from here to the Royal Botanic Gardens Just as a note this journey takes close to an hour What makes the Royal Botanic Gardens so special is that they feature such a wide variety of species and showcase a range of garden designs from the 18th through to the 20th centuries Many world famous garden designers including Capability Brown have created areas within the botanic gardens Its most famous features are the two iron framed glasshouses which are truly spectacular These are known as the Palm and Temperate houses and are well worth exploring although you should note that the Temperate House is undergoing restoration until 2018 and is therefore closed to the public There are many other interesting features at Kew such as the Princess of Wales Conservatory the Rose Garden and Waterlily House Spending an hour or two here wandering around the stunning surroundings is the perfect way to relax after a busy day of sightseeing Top spots for afternoon tea in London Afternoon tea is a quintessentially British tradition and one that you simply must indulge in when visiting London The Goring Hotel Where Beeston Place Grosvenor Gardens Nearest tube Victoria The Goring Hotel won the Top London Afternoon Tea Award 2013 that s handed out each year by the Tea Guild The hotel was praised for its elegant setting and its excellent menu with each afternoon tea comprising of sandwiches homemade scones with Devonshire clotted cream and jam and a selection of homemade pastries To really push the boat out you can opt for the Bollinger Afternoon Tea which is the same as the standard option except that it begins with a glass of champagne and strawberries and cream The Berkeley Where Wilton Place Knightsbridge Nearest tube Hyde Park Corner The Caramel Room in the Berkeley Hotel is the perfect place for afternoon tea with a twist The Pret a Portea option is themed around the latest fashions with all the sweet treats on offer inspired by some of the latest designs and trends The menu even changes every six months to keep up with the industry and its various seasons Your afternoon tea will look so good you may have trouble eating it Orange Pekoe Where White Hart Lane Nearest train Barnes Bridge Orange Pekoe is a delightful tea room that comes in at the more affordable end of the spectrum and still delivers a fantastic afternoon tea It s a bit less formal than the other places we ve mentioned so far but the quality of its food speaks for itself Time Out has given the establishment a five star rating to give you an idea of what to expect Its standard afternoon tea consists of a selection of finger sandwiches a warm scone served with jam and clotted cream and a piece of cake of your choosing from the cake counter You can also have your pick of its more than 50 loose leaf tea varieties to accompany your food Go on your own ghost tour of London London is well known for some of its haunted buildings so if you re planning a trip to the capital why not take yourself on a tour of the city s spookiest sites We ve put together some suggestions of places to visit if you ve got an interest in the macabre and we ve tried to pick spots with a ghostly past that you may not have heard about before Drury Lane Theatre Royal On Catherine Street nearest tube stop Covent Garden Drury Lane Theatre Royal has an illustrious past with a performance venue having stood on this spot since the early 17th century It should come as little surprise then that several ghosts are said to haunt the theatre We re going to relate the story of the most famous of these spectres though the Man in Grey No one knows his identity but he has frequently been seen in the upper circle by staff in the theatre actors and even audience members He usually walks across the circle and disappears into the wall The only clue about the ghost and what has caused him to haunt the theatre was uncovered during renovations in 1870 when workmen found a skeleton with a dagger in its ribcage behind a wall on one side of the upper circle It s thought a young man who won the heart of an actress at the theatre was murdered by her jealous actor lover and his body hidden in the recess Seven Dials Close to Covent Garden nearest tube stop Covent Garden Seven Dials is a road junction where seven alleys and back streets converge It s nestled between Shaftesbury Avenue and Longacre and sightings of ghosts have regularly been reported here The area was designed by Thomas Neale in the 17th century with the aim to create an affluent area to rival Covent Garden Piazza He commissioned a sundail pillar which was placed at the centre of the development and still stands today Unfortunately Neale s vision wasn t fulfilled and the district became poverty stricken and home to pubs and gin shops In the 18th and 19th centuries a story began circulating that the Earl of Bedford who was behind Covent Garden had been buried under the sundail with a haul of gold The ghosts of Seven Dials are thought to be drunks and treasure hunters who were hit by carriages while looking for the infamous stash Figures are sometimes seen rising up out of the road and disappearing into the shadows by drivers passing through the area on dark moonless nights Charterhouse On Charterhouse Square nearest tube stop Barbican Charterhouse is the only surviving town house from the Tudor period in the capital and it has a dark and scary history As far back as the 14th century this was a monastery for Carthusian monks It flourished until the time of the reformation when Henry VIII named himself head of the Church of England The monks refused to recognise his authority and as a result their prior was hung drawn and quartered The king even had one of his arms nailed on to the monastery s gate to act as a warning to the remaining monks Despite this they held fast and 16 more of their number were executed before the king finally dissolved the monastery It was then awarded to Lord North who converted it into a splendid mansion which you can still see today It s said that the shadowy figure of a monk can sometimes be seen drifting aimlessly around the cobbled courtyards and streets that surround the house Meanwhile the house itself is haunted by one of its former owners Thomas Howard the 4th Duke of Norfolk who was beheaded after his involvement in a plot to assassinate Queen Elizabeth I was uncovered His ghost carrying its head under its arm is said to have been seen on the main staircase St Bartholomew Church In West Smithfield nearest tube stop Barbican St Bartholomew Church is often named as the most haunted church in London and is said to be inhabited by several ghosts When you think that the place is from the Norman period and dates from the 12th century that probably comes as little surprise A monk called Rahere is one of the most frequently spotted spectres in the church His tomb is located here and he has been seen walking near the Lady Chapel Other ghosts to have been observed here include a clergyman giving a sermon from the pulpit and the 18th century satirical painter William Hogarth who was baptised here It s not just ghosts you may encounter if you pay a visit to St Bartholomew Church though there have also been reports of people hearing screams which are thought to belong to a priest who was burned to death in an iron cage at the behest of Henry VIII during the reformation Adding to its haunted reputation is the fact that it s located near a place where executions were carried out centuries ago A guide to London s top shopping spots for fashionistas London Fashion Week is one of the Big Four fashion weeks and an unmissable event in any fashionistas calendar So if catwalk shows and daring outfits inspire you to do a bit of shopping during your next trip to London check out our guide to some of the best places to pick up on trend fashion items Dover Street Market Where 17 18 Dover Street Mayfair Nearest tube stops Green Park and Piccadilly Circus For a wide selection of designer clothing you can t do much better than Dover Street Market where many of the world s top brands are represented However what makes it really stand out is that in among the familiar names you ll find collections from up and coming designers too so it s a fantastic place to pick out some future talent To give you an idea of what to expect the brands available here include Thom Browne Chalayan Givenchy Alexander Wang Comme de Garcons and Lene Lumelsky There s also an entire section dedicated to jewellery on the ground floor After you ve had your fill of designer collections here make your way to the Piccadilly Circus tube station and take the Bakerloo line for just one stop to reach Oxford Circus and London s most famous shopping area Regent Street and Oxford Street Liberty Where Regent Street Nearest tube stop Oxford Circus Liberty is easy to spot with its distinctive Tudor style exterior This is a store to come to if you ve got some serious cash to splash on fashion with items from designers like Biba Burberry Orla Kiely and Vivienne Westwood among the things on sale here Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos from the Peter Pilotto label love Liberty stating that what appeals most to them about the store is its unabashed Britishness and heritage Another good thing about Liberty is that it stocks men s women s and children s wear so no matter who you re shopping for you ll find something outstanding It s just a short walk to our next suggestion Topshop on Oxford Street Topshop Where 214 Oxford Street Nearest tube stops Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road If you re looking for something more affordable yet still bang on trend you need to visit Topshop The flagship store of the high street chain is truly huge and you should set aside a decent amount of time to browse its rails upon rails of clothing Head for the Unique and Boutique sections to find the quirkiest and most fashionable pieces and don t forget to have a good rummage in the sale racks you never know what gems might be hidden there Hop on the tube at Oxford Circus and take the Bakerloo line three stops to reach Marylebone and our next suggestion Alfie s Antique Market Alfie s Antique Market Where 13 25 Church Street City of Westminster Nearest tube

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  • Jurys Innformation – Blog@JurysInn Hotels
    Jurys Inn Prague Jurys Inn Sheffield Jurys Inn Southampton Jurys Inn Swindon The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh The Glasgow City Hotel Check In Nights 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 Rooms 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 Adults per room Adults 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 Add Promotional or Group Code To make a group booking click here to complete our online form and a member of our team will be in touch to help you with your booking within 48 hours SEARCH Search Results For Glasgow 5 Articles Jurys Inn Guide to Upcoming Glasgow Festivals Jan 19 Glasgow is Scotland s largest city and is renowned for its culture style and voted the friendliest city in the world Add to that a blend of internationally acclaimed museums and galleries world class architecture a vibrant nightlife breath taking scenery and outstanding sho 10 Vegetarian Restaurants That All Foodies Will Love Oct 05 Vegetarian cuisine has increased in popularity over the last few decades opening up a whole new world of food to much of the public From trendy bistros and cafes to elegant restaurants and lively bars vegetarian cooking has flourished in the UK owing to the variety of international dishes bringi Days Out with Jurys Inn The Top Five Picturesque Lakes Aug 04 Overflowing with parks gardens glittering lakes and rivers the UK and Ireland are renowned for their vibrant array of natural tourist attractions With this in mind we ve hand picked our five favourite picturesque lakes to help you enjoy some relaxing and rejuvenating days out with the fam The Best Cinemas in the UK and Ireland Jun 19 From historic and cosy to ultra modern and stylish the UK and Ireland are home to some of the best places to unwind and watch a film in a unique style and setting Here s a selection of spots that are reinventing the cinema experience The Prince Charles Cinema LondonLocated in London s Top UK Coffee spots Apr 30 At Jurys Inn we have a bit of a thing for coffee Whether it s that first cup of coffee in the morning to wake you up and get you moving or that Saturday afternoon coffee and chat with a friend we love everything about good coffee And we re not alone

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    Watford Jurys Inn Manchester Jurys Inn Middlesbrough Jurys Inn Milton Keynes Jurys Inn Newcastle Jurys Inn NewcastleGateshead Quays Jurys Inn Nottingham Jurys Inn Oxford Jurys Inn Plymouth Jurys Inn Prague Jurys Inn Sheffield Jurys Inn Southampton Jurys Inn Swindon The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh The Glasgow City Hotel Check In Nights 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 Rooms 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 Adults per room Adults 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 Children per room Children 0 1 2 0 Add Promotional or Group Code To make a group booking click here to complete our online form and a member of our team will be in touch to help you with your booking within 48 hours SEARCH Search Results For comedy 1 Article Jurys Inn Guide to Upcoming Glasgow Festivals Jan 19 Glasgow is Scotland s largest city and is renowned for its culture style and voted the friendliest city in the world Add to that a blend of internationally acclaimed museums and galleries world class architecture a vibrant nightlife breath taking scenery and outstanding sho Join Our Newsletter First Name Email address Yes please Thank you for joining us

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  • Ten Must See Cultural Venues in Nottingham
    collection of unique arts and crafts ranging from jewellery and ceramics to photography and paintwork The Gallery also offers an arts and crafts workshop where you can go to work on your own creations either for yourself or as a special gift with a number of different courses available for you to enjoy Nottingham Contemporary Nottingham Contemporary is one of the largest centres for modern art in the country and houses a number of fascinating exhibitions from Alien Encounters to the visually astounding Abstract Art A hub for the local social scene Nottingham Contemporary also offers a number of talks film screenings and performances that make it central to the city s cultural backdrop Two Museums Home of the fero by Leonardo Barichello CCYB Image size has been modified Nottingham Industrial Museum Found in Nottingham s Wollaton Hall the city s Industrial Museum offers an insight into the manufacturing heritage of Nottinghamshire With collections of apparatus dating back to the late 19 th century ranging from textile machinery to mining and engineering technology the museum tells the story of the industrial production that put Nottingham on the map The Nottingham Industrial Museum is now owned by the Nottingham City Council and run by a group of friendly and helpful volunteers Natural History Museum The Natural History Museum of Nottingham is located in Wollaton Hall and houses huge displays of zoology geology and botany to make up a collection of over 750 000 specimens Also home to galleries dedicated to birds insects and minerals as well as a visually stunning Africa exhibit the Natural History Museum gives viewers a fantastic day of education and discovery Two History and Heritage Sites Gallery of Justice Nottingham by David Bryce CCYB Image size has been modified Nottingham Castle Sitting high on Castle Rock Nottingham Castle is a former royal fortress that now serves as home to an art gallery and museum the magnificent building showcases several exhibitions of fine art from contemporary artists as well as works dating back to the 11 th century Underneath the magnificent building is a maze of manmade tunnels secret passages that date back to medieval times as well as a wine cellar and King David s dungeon The castle is a haven of Nottingham s history and offers a unique chance to explore the depths of the city s artistic heritage Galleries of Justice The Galleries of Justice gives an exciting and immersive experience in England s colourful history of crime and punishment Unique to Europe the gallery brings to life some of the most shocking and entertaining stories of Nottingham s past criminals and outlaws With exhibitions like Robin Hood The Rise of a Rebel and World War 1 Heroes Villains the Galleries of Justice is the perfect place to enjoy an educational and engaging trip with the whole family Two Restaurants Cosmo Pan Asia and World Banquet Dining For a taste of a multitude of global cuisines the Cosmo restaurant in Nottingham offers an unbeatable dining

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