Based in the heart of historic Nottingham near to Aboretum Park, Runnymede Court offers a range of 60 properties with attractive landscaped gardens, two lounges (one with a full size snooker table), a laundry and guest room. Close by are numerous shops and a post office. Regular bus and tram services operate around the city centre and the suburbs.
An on-site manager looks after buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, as well as offering further advice and support as required. Plus, with Hanover’s 24 hour emergency call system, you can relax in the knowledge that you have access to help and assistance should you ever need it.
There's private car parking plus a 24 hour alarm call system. Optional social activities such as coffee mornings take place, providing an ideal opportunity to meet with your neighbours! A hairdresser visits weekly and a farmer's market is on-site every other week.
Nottingham is a historic city in Nottinghamshire, located near the Peak District National Park. With an eclectic mix of old and new buildings, the compact city centre includes two modern shopping malls and lots of bars and restaurants. The renowned Lace Market in Hockley is where many of Nottingham's unique, independent shops are to be found. It is also home to the renowned Broadway independent cinema complex.
Art, culture and history
Many visitors are attracted to Nottingham by the legend of Robin Hood, enjoying a visit to Sherwood Forest and Nottingham Castle. Pleasant walks can be taken at Wollaton Park, the Arboretum, Highfields Park and Colwick Park. Greens Windmill, near the city centre, is a popular attraction with a working mill, museum and science centre.
Nottingham has a number of famous institutions and venues - including the National Ice Centre, the National Water Sports Centre, a world-famous Test cricket ground, two professional English Football League teams, and top-flight cricket and ice hockey sides.
For those interested in art and culture, Nottingham has three large capacity theatres, the Nottingham Playhouse, Royal Concert Hall and the Theatre Royal. There are also several art galleries, including the new Nottingham Contemporary and a vibrant music scene, with the Nottingham Arena attracting the biggest names in popular music. The annual Nottingham Goose Fair, held during the first week of October, is one of the largest and oldest travelling fairs in Europe.
Location and transport links
Runnymede Court is situated just off the A610 Alfreton Road, not far from the A60. The M1 motorway and rail services connect to many major cities including Leeds, Sheffield, Derby, Manchester and London, while bus services run from Nottingham to locations throughout the country. The East Midlands airport is also nearby. Trams run from the city centre to Hucknall and the Phoenix Park and Ride close to Junction 26 of the M1 - additional routes currently under construction will connect to the Queen Medical Centre Hospital.
Distance to GP: 0.5 miles
Distance to shop: 0.17 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.22 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.5 miles