Clean, modern self storage for individuals and businesses
Our Nottingham storage space offers a number of options to meet your personal storage unit requirements. Our storage units come in sizes ranging from 10 square feet to over 400 and are available for both short-term and long-term rental, all accessible 24/7, every day of the year. Whether you’re moving to a new house or simply looking for somewhere to store spare items you’ve accumulated over the years, our cheap self storage units offer a clean, modern solution.
Customers rated our Nottingham branch 4.6/5 over 534 reviews.
Businesses also love our Nottingham facility because of the wide range of amenities such as office space
, telephone answering
. Free trolleys and loading bays and optional forklift services make accessing our storage lockers easy, no matter how large and unwieldy the item. We also offer vehicle storage
, which is ideal for safely parking commercial cars and trucks when they’re not in use.
Directions from Victoria Centre:
By car – 7 mins
Head east on Lower Parliament Street
Continue onto King Edward Street
Turn right onto Huntingdon Street
Remain on Huntingdon Street as it becomes Lower Parliament Road
At the roundabout, take the first exit onto London Road
Take a right onto Queen’s Road
Our storage rental will be on your left
Using public transport – 11 mins
Catch the number 10 bus at Victoria Centre (Stop W3)
Remain on the bus for 5 stops until it arrives at Arkwright Street (Stop ME01)
Walk back on Arkwright Street, then turn right onto Queen’s Road
Walk for two minutes
Our Nottingham storage units will be on your right
On foot – 16 mins
Take Clumber Street south, remaining on it as it becomes High Street
At Cheapside, take a right and then a left onto Poultry Arcade
Turn right onto St. Peter’s gate
Turn left onto Albert Street
Continue on to Lister Gate
Turn left onto Collin Street
Turn right onto Carrington Street
Turn left onto Queen’s road
Our Nottingham self storage space will be on your right
You can also generate custom directions using the Google Maps feature at the bottom of this page.
About the store manager
James has managed Access Self Storage Nottingham for seven years and no day is the same! He is responsible for overseeing daily tasks and maintaining the facility’s high standards and takes pride in coaching and developing his team.
In his spare time, you’ll find James watching and playing football, enjoying professional wrestling – both watching and participating – and long-distance running.
There’s a lot to like about Nottingham, if you ask James. Such as the cricket you can watch by heading over to Trent Bridge and soaking up the atmosphere of Old Market Square.
If you’re looking for a bite to eat or a drink, James recommends Cosmo’s all-you-can-eat buffet, Bills, Drink, Coco Tang, Penny Lane, and Boilermaker.
Cheap self storage in Nottingham
Nottingham’s 303,000 residents will tell you it’s one of the most interesting cities in the UK. Take Broadmarsh Shopping Centre – probably the only retail space in the world with its own underground cave system. When you come home loaded with bags and can’t make room for your new gear, you probably wish you had a cave of your own! Well, in a way, you can – if you rent one of our secure self storage units in Nottingham.
Business in Nottingham isn’t limited to its shopping centres, however. During the annual Splendour Festival, thousands flock to the city to see some of their favourite musical acts – and almost as many local vendors set up stalls to serve them. But if you’re a vendor waiting for this year’s event to roll around, you might be thinking of finding somewhere else to keep your goods – you can’t very well keep all of it at home, after all. With our convenient storage rental right in the heart of Nottingham, you’ll always be well-prepared for the city’s festivities. With 24-hour access, you can always collect and drop off your belongings whenever is easiest for you.
Of course, when most people think of Nottingham, one thing comes to mind: Robin Hood. In fact, anyone interested in British history should visit Nottingham Castle Museum at least once, and anyone interested in natural history might consider a trip to Wollaton Hall, which hosts extensive geology and botany collections. If you need somewhere to put your own collections – maybe rocks and minerals, or museum souvenirs – our Nottingham self storage units are up to the task, no matter how extensive they may be.
Reserving your self storage in Nottingham