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The Travellers Rest is a welcoming 18th century country pub with stunning views over Mapperley Plains, this charming venue was once a halfway house for geese herders on their way to the famous Nottingham Goose Fair.
An 18th century former halfway house, The Travellers Rest is situated in the rural Nottinghamshire village of Mapperley, flanked on all sides by Mapperley Plains, offering panoramic views across gently undulating fields.
It managed to survive the collapse of the transatlantic crossing business with the birth of jet liner travel that destroyed most companies.
Today it flourishes as a prestige cruise company – and the ONLY one that has a scheduled transatlantic service and the ONLY one with a true Ocean Liner in its fleet.
Cunard is the company that I have cruised or crossed the Atlantic with more than any other cruise line.
I am drawn to the British Nature of the line, with its long history and heritage.
It has taken some 900 years for this grand old tree to reach such astounding proportion – dating back to the reign of Henry I.
Ultimately, out of the 400 men arrested, only 50 would end up being prosecuted and the event is often commemorated as a celebration of civil rights.The pub backs onto Lambley Dumbles, a pretty woodland dell where walkers can follow trickling streams that meander through patchwork fields, ancient trees and gurgling brooks.It's a hidden gem, so quiet and tranquil, yet just a few miles from the hustle and bustle of Nottingham city centre.The police stormed the protest, making up to 400 arrests and marching the prisoners off down Redcliffe Road in an attempt to disperse the crowds.They did not succeed, however, and by the time the procession had reached Mansfield Road, the police were being pelted with rocks and other missiles.