An introduction to Meadow Lane

Set just across the river Trent from Nottingham Forest’s City Ground, Meadow Lane is the home ground of Notts County, who have occupied it since 1910. It has an all-seated capacity of 19,841, and its record attendance is 47,310, for a sixth-round FA cup fixture against York City.

New to Nottinghamshire?

Set in the heart of England, and home to the country’s most beloved legend, Nottinghamshire is a county that’s brimming with history, beauty and vibrant culture. With the city of Nottingham full of Michelin Star restaurants, UK high street favourites, leisure complexes like the National Ice Centre, family attractions like Sherwood’s Go Ape, and beautiful historic sites like Wollaton Hall and Park, your visit to Nottingham is sure to be brimming with fun and intrigue.

Delve into the City of Caves

Nottingham’s famous City of Caves allow you to explore a hidden world right under the streets of Nottingham. Traverse the ancient sandstone caves, learning about their intriguing history on performance tours with great actors, or have your own independent wander with an audio tour. In places, you’ll see caves that have been carefully returned to their original historic forms.

Planning a trip to Meadow Lane? Travelodge Nottingham Central Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Nottingham Riverside Hotel.