From Junction 25 of the M1 motorway
Leave the M1 at junction 25 and follow the A52 signpost Nottingham. At the next roundabout, continue straight on the A52 to Nottingham. At the next major roundabout follows signs for A52 Nottingham. After approx 1 mile keep to the right hand side of the road. Turn right at the Nurseryman Pub onto Wollaton Road (B6006).
Continue down Wollaton Road, through Beeston town centre until Wollaton Road becomes Station Road. Continue along Station Road until you reach the junction of Queens Road. (At the Co-op Store on the right hand side). Go through the lights and take the first right into Grove Street.
From Beeston Train Station
To get to the Grove Guest House simply go up the steps from either platform (there are only 2 platforms). Turn left at the top of the steps and walk approx 200 yards. Grove Street is the second street on the left. We are approximately 100 yards on the right.
From Nottingham Train Station
After exiting the main entrance at Nottingham Station turn right on to Carrington Street. Follow the road until your reach Broadmarsh Bus Station. Take the Rainbow 5 bus (runs every 10 minutes) to Beeston Bus Station.
Upon arrival at Beeston Bus Station go back to the main road and turn right on to Station Road. Continue along Station Road until you reach Queens Road (Second set of traffic lights). Cross over the road and carry straight on (with the Co-op Store on your right hand side). Then take the first right into Grove Street. We are approximately 100 yards on the right.
Buses from East Midlands Airport
- Rainbow 5 operates an hourly service, 7 days per week to Long Eaton, Beeston & Nottingham. For connecting services from Long Eaton (Green) , please contact www.trentbarton.co.uk or call on 01773 712263.
- Nottingham Skylink operates 24 hours, every 30 minutes from 4am- 11pm and hourly from 11pm – 4am, 7 days a week (excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day) into Nottingham City Centre. For more information then please contact www.skylink.co.uk or call on 0115 9506070
We now have a new tram system operating in Beeston and the surrounding areas.
After a couple of years of major upheaval the new tram line is fully operational running approximately every 7 minutes from Beeston to Nottingham city centre.
Nottingham University, Nottingham Tennis Centre, Beeston Hockey Club, Nottingham Croquet Club and Highfields Park benefit from tram stops along the route and the tram also stops at Nottingham’s Queens Medical Centre (QMC)- The only hospital in Europe to have it’s own tram stop ! Then on to Nottingham city centre and further afield to Hucknall and Clifton.