British Canoeing are hosting the ICF Canoe Freestyle World Cup to Nottinghamshire this July and we have prepared a whole host of ideas for things to do both for the competitors and visitors during their stay in Nottingham. Read on for more information on group accommodation options, special offers and more.
ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS FOR GROUPS:
To enquire about the below group accommodation options please contact Rachel Stewart at Visit Nottinghamshire’s official Convention Bureau (0115 962 8320). If none of the below accommodation options is quite right for your requirements please get in touch with Rachel, she will help you find the right hotel for your group and assist with negotiating rates.
*All the rates below are based on bed and breakfast.
*To secure these rates, you must book through Visit Nottinghamshire.
Jurys Inn Nottingham (next to the Train Station)
4th – 12th July 2020
£96.00 single occupancy
£106.00 double or twin occupancy
4th – 8th July
Crash pads (single occupancy only) @ £69.55
Classic double rooms @ £82.95 / £91.50
Twin rooms @ £91.50
9th – 12th July
Crash pads (single occupancy only) @ £61.88
Classic double rooms @ £79.22 / £87.77
Twin rooms @ £87.77
4th – 12th July
Single, twin or triple rooms:
Triple @ £135.00
Double/Twin @ £99.00
Single @ £89.00
4th – 12th July
Currently has good availability:
Single occupancy: £70.00
Double occupancy: £75.00
Currently has good availability, please contact us for rates.
THINGS TO DO AND PLACES TO SEE:
Welcome to Nottingham! We hope you make the most of your stay in our modern city steeped in legend and history.
We encourage you to explore everything our city has to offer while you’re here and hope you have a fantastic stay.
- Explore top attractions
- Visit top entertainment venues
- Discover top tours and tour guides
- Browse through what’s on while you’re here
Keep your eyes peeled for our special offers leaflet with offers and discounts from Nottinghamshire’s venues, which will be available on this page very soon!
Canoe Freestyle World Cup will take place at Holme Pierrepont Country Park, Home of the National Water Sports Centre, which is set within 270 acres of parkland and is one of the UK’s best sporting venues.