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Days Inn Tibshelf

The Days Inn Nottingham Hotel is located on Tibshelf Motorway Service Area between Jnt 28 and Jnt 29 of the M1 near Chesterfield The Nottingham Hotel has 40 en-suite rooms with Room from £40 per room per night.

Located Near Nottingham City

Days Inn have 14 great locations across the UK, our Nottingham hotel is ideally situated to be perfect for business, personal, families or just a quick overnighter if you’re stuck. The Days Inn hotel Nottingham is guaranteed to be comfortable, clean and well equipped. Perfect for that good night’s sleep you need. All the rooms have great quality made up beds, en-suite bathrooms fully equipped with everything you need.  On site you will find free Wi-Fi access for all guests. In the morning of your stay, set out a vast array of breakfast options, everything from continental breakfasts to full English or even a coffee and a snack in Costa. To book your stay at our Nottingham hotel, the simplest option is to use our reservations form at the top left of every page.

Please be advised that the postcode for this Hotel when entered into some satellite navigation systems does not take you to the hotel location. Guests are advised to contact the hotel direct for directions.


Tibshelf Hotel Services & Amenities

Continental Breakfast

Restaurant adjacent

Free Outdoor Parking for Guests of the Hotel

RV or Truck Parking Available

Full English Breakfast/Childrens Breakfast

21 Inch Flat Screen Television     

Interior Corridors

Sofa Beds (in some rooms)

Meeting Room

Kids stay and eat free

Non Smoking Rooms

Wheel Chair Access


Smoke Detector         

Tea and coffee making facilities in room

Lounge Chair

Pets Accepted - 10 GBP Charge Per Pet Per Night Stayed -  Maximum 3 pets per room

Tibshelf Meetings and Facilities

1 Meeting room with a maximum of 25 people.

Local Attractions in Tibshelf

25 Min from Derby, Nottingham and Sheffied City Centres

Bolsover Castle

Hardwich Hall

McArther Glen Designer Outlet Village

Peak District

Costa - On Site

Restbite Self Service Restaurant - On Site

The Burger Company - On Site


Days Inn Location

Roadchef Motorway Service Area
M1 Jnt 28 29
Tibshelf, DE55 5TZ
Fax: 44-1773-876609

Please be advised that the postcode for this Hotel when entered into some satellite navigation systems does not take you to the hotel location. Guests are advised to contact the hotel direct for directions.


About Nottingham

With a tonne of history and some amazing surroundings, Nottingham has been a notorious hotspot for tourists in the East Midlands. It's industrial roots are centered around lace-making, the tobacco industries and bicycle manufacture and is the proud home of Raleigh Bicycles. It's most famous historical figures revolve around the tales of Robin Hood, which has many attractions and monuments dedicated to the folklore.

Getting around

It's large transport system features a state-of-the-art tram line, connecting the suburbs to key inner-city areas and boasts the largest network of buses in the UK, so you're sure to be able to get to all the popular attractions without the need for a car.

Formerly Mercia

Dating back to the Anglo-Saxon era, the area known as Mercia fell under the rule of Saxon chieftain 'Snot' and was soon referred to as 'Snotingaham'. The word derived from a combination of Snot, Inga (the people of) and Ham (homestead).

Nottingham Castle

Nottingham castle, one of the more famous tourist attractions in the city was built in the 11th century in a sandstone outcrop overlooking the River Leen. A settlement soon developed around it and remained occupied to this day. Centuries later, on the return of Richard the Lionheart from the Crusades, the castle was occupied by supporters of Prince John, including the famous Sheriff of Nottingham. The castle was beseiged by Richard in a bloody battle. Although much of the original medieval castle was destroyed, it was replaced with a ducal mansion in the 17th century which boasts it's own history and events. The caves, gardens and castle gates are still a popular attraction and well worth a visit.

Nottingham boasts some of the most reknown names in industry:


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Vision Express

One of the leading opticians in the UK and one of the 'big four' UK opticians that controls 70% of the market. It now boasts over 330 stores in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

John Player & Sons

Originally founded in 1828, John Player bought out the company in 1877 and rebranded it as his own. It was soon to become one of the UK's biggest tobacco companies and has over 700 staff.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC)

Nottingham is the home to the HMRC which is a governmental department dealing with tax and payments of state support. It was formed in 20005 and has over 67,000 employees.

Boots the Chemists

The most famous company to derive from Nottingham was formed back in 1849 and remains one of the city's more important organisations.

The city boasts a plethora of activites including walks, tours and sightseeing to it's many nightspots, bars and clubs.

Ghostly goings-on

The midlands is often revered as one of the most haunted areas of the country and offers many Ghost walks and talks in conjunction with a little myth and history along the way.

Places to visit

If you enjoy sightseeing there are attractions such as Wollaton Hall, Trent Bridge, Casle Rock Brewery and England's oldest pub Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem.

Live music & theatre

The Theatre Royal and Capital Arena also provide the region with many shows and concerts as well as the legendary Rock City nightclub famous for it's live bands.