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Lord Nelson


Lord Nelson Street




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The Lord Nelson is a 500 year old building which, originally, was a couple of cottages and a Coaching Inn. This is a country-like pub in the middle of the City acting as an oasis for customers who enjoy cask ale and entertainment. The pub offers plenty of character with many brasses, real wooden beams and low ceilings.

Sneinton is bounded by Carlton to the north, Colwick to the south, Meadow Lane to the southwest and Bakersfield to the east. Sneinton Dale is the main connecting road through the district. The area is famous for the windmill which stands on Sneinton Hill, and harbours Green's Windmill and the Science Centre. Near the windmill there used to stand the now-demolished Nottinghamshire County Lunatic Asylum, later a boarding school named King Edwards, and now the location of King Edward Park. It is just off Sneinton Dale that The Lord Nelson rests on Lord Nelson Street (previously knows as Thurgarton Street)

Locally known as the Whitehouse, this very traditional pub is well worth a visit. Lots of small rooms and low beams, mixed with excellent cask ale make for an enjoyable experience. More recently the pub has assumed a local reputation for it's regular outdoor music festivals, that have attracted large crowds and lots of publicity.

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