Nottingham attacts thousands of visitors every year, people are drawn to the city's vibrant history and culture. Home of the legendary Robin Hood, the hero of Sherwood Forest, Nottingham's heritage is no more evident than in its pubs. Here is a selection of the latest hand picked Nottingham pubs.
"Olde Trip to Jerusalem"
NOTTINGHAM: Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem
Originally called 'The Pilgrim' the pub is built into the rocks beneath Nottingham Castle and dates back to 1189; it claims to be the oldest pub in England.
NOTTINGHAM: The Johnson Arms
The Johnson Arms boasts a great selection of ales from around the country. The pub's interior is simple and open, often proving popular with groups of students.
"Martins Arms Inn"
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE: Martins Arms Inn
Deep in the Nottinghamshire countryside is the beautiful village of Colston Bassett, at its centre is the equally stunning Martins Arms Inn. Situated down a quiet country lane, the ivy covered exterior and hedged beer garden look like the scene from a postcard.
NOTTINGHAM: Test Match
A stones throw from the famous Trent Bridge cricket ground the Test Match is a strange breed of pub. The bland yellow brick exterior tells nothing of the surprise inside.