Hounds Gate is a quiet street, tucked away between Maid Marian Way and St Peter’s Gate, yet right in the heart of Nottingham’s bustling centre. It’s a tranquil living space that puts the city’s compact, pedestrian-friendly centre completely on your doorstep, offering a great combination of culture and convenience.
Whether you work in the city centre or just enjoy its vibrant, cosmopolitan atmosphere, you’ll find you’re just moments from an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, cafés, bars, theatres and music venues.
Tram: 5 minutes’ walk. Line one extends across the city to the north, with lines two and three opening late 2015.
Train: 5 minutes’ walk. The city enjoys excellent rail links across the UK, with regular direct trains to London in just 99 minutes.
Bus: The city’s main bus terminus, Broadmarsh, is just 5 minutes’ walk away, with many more stops just moments from your door.
Cycle: Drapers Bridge is conveniently situated on the city’s bike lane network. Nottingham Citycard Cycles are located throughout the city, your nearest being Friar Lane.
Walk: Less than 1 minute away, you’ll find independent cafés, restaurants, tea rooms and bars. The Old Market Square, the centre of the city, is less than 5 minutes’ walk from your front door.
Fly: East Midlands Airport is just a 30-minute drive from the city and has direct flights to 90 international destinations.
Work: Walk to work, ride your bike or catch the tram. Alternatively, use a City Car, a cost affective, hassle free greener alternative. Conveniently located throughout the city.