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County - Leicestershire | Map
Tel code: 01530 | code search
Postcode: LE67 | code search
Population: 4500
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Folk Customs:
Hallaton Hare Pie Scramble and Bottle-Kicking
Plough Monday and Plough Plays

Coalville Events

June
Thringstone Heritage Event

July
Food and Culture Festival
Transport Festival
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Latest reviews

Bulls Head Inn
"I would like to thank you and your staff for the lovely meal we had yesterday at your pub. with Harry& Mavis. barrie.

Date visited: 28 July 20013 ..." More

Imge Restaurant
"This restaurant was initially recommended by a friend. We arranged our mums 70th Birthday there and we were in a group of about 18/20 we all had a great time ..." More

Ingrams Dental Practice
"This is a lovely Practice. I was looked after really well. The staff put me at ease, they were really friendly and welcoming. I would definitely recommend this Dental Practice. ..." More

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Coalville Market: Model Collector Shop Road Show Specialising In Diecast Models ~ ...More

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Latest reviews | Events in Coalville | 10 Places to Stay

Coalville is a former Mining Town set between Ashby De La Zouch and Leicester, a mile away is the fascinating experience of how people lived in Medieval, Tudor and Stuart times at Donnington Le Heath Manor House, a 13th Century house with many exhibits and exciting monthly activities all set within a herb garden, an orchard it even has a Maze. Perhaps a ride on a Steam Train, then the ‘Battlefield Line‘, is for you, the steam locomotive passes Bosworth Field where the last battle of the Wars Of The Roses was fought. With beautiful scenery and a Museum that is stuffed with wonderful treasures of the railway of yesteryear. Or how about a trip to Snibston Discovery Park, eight galleries from science to industry housed on the site of a former Colliery. Or maybe a partially restored brick mill, Hough Mill, has many exhibits to share and stands next to craters that were dug in Medieval times by the villagers for their coal. With Ashby De La Zouch Castle close by, whose previous visitors included Henry V111, James 1, Charles 1, and Mary Queen of Scots who was imprisoned here, with an underground passage waiting to be explored, Coalville beckons.

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Accountancy Services
Ashgates
B & E Financial (Leicester)
Redgate & Co
Totally Balanced Limited

Attraction

Donington-Le-Heath Manor House
Snibston Discovery Park
The National Forest

Care Home

Meadows Care Home

Club

Emporium Nightclub

Council

North West Leicestershire District Council

Dentist

Ingrams Dental Practice
M B Vadher

Doctor

Broom Leys Surgery
Dr D J Newman & Partners
Dr M M Devaiah
Dr N R Pulman & Partners
Dr R W Lawrence & Partner

Estate Agent

Arnold & Son
Black Horse Agencies - Frank Innes

General Accident Property Services
Halifax Property Services
Woolwich Property Services

Health and Fitness Club

Champneys Springs
Stealth Martial Arts & Fitness Academy

Inn

Charnwood Arms Hotel

Market

Coalville Car Boot
Coalville Market
Coalville RFC Car Boot

Pub and Bar

Belper Arms
Bulls Head Inn
Cocked Hat
Cross Keys Inn
Jolly Colliers
Monkey Walk
Pick & Shovel
Redhouse
Robin Hood Public House
Tipsy Fisherman
Waggon & Horses

Restaurant

Balti Tower
Bhujon Tandoori
Chilli N Spice
Cross Keys Inn
Imge Restaurant
Lashmores Restaurant
Spade Tree
Tipsy Fisherman
Waggon & Horses

School

Grace Dieu Manor School

Solicitor

Crane & Walton
Mander Cruickshank Solicitors

Taxi

A1 Taxis
Coalville North West Taxis
Gems Taxis
Yellow Cabs

Vet

Cockburn Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Broomleys CC (Cricket)
Coalville RFC (Rugby Union)
Coalville Town (Amateur Football)

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Shops

Alpine Florist
Boots
Thornton Nurseries
Kumfi Pet Products
Mason & Son Ltd
Elaine Hall
Gillivers Shoes Ltd
Ultimate Collection Ltd
H Samuel
Party N Supplies
Clarks
Corsetry & Bridal Wear By Vanessa
La Bonita

Places to Stay near Coalville

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Travelodge Leicester Markfield (0.42 miles)

Travelodge Leicester Markfield

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Broadlawns Guest House (0.49 miles)

Broadlawns Guest House

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Broadlawns Guesthouse is a small family run business that offers a friendly and comfortable stay to all its guests. The location is excellent for East Midlands Airport, Mallory Park, Donington ... More

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Charnwood Arms Hotel (2.25 miles)

Charnwood Arms Hotel

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Once a country house, The Charnwood Arms is situated in the rolling Leicestershire countryside, yet minutes from the M1 and M42 motorways, making it the ideal venue for business or ... More

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Premier Inn Ashby de la Zouch (4.10 miles)

Premier Inn Ashby de la Zouch
With an on-site Brewers Fayre restaurant and free parking, Premier Inn Ashby De La Zouch has good road links to the A42 (junction 13), the M1 and the M42. The Premier Inn is 1 mile from ... More | visit website
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Champneys Springs (4.43 miles)

Champneys Springs
Springs offers modern luxury with an exceptionally friendly service. Everything has been designed with relaxation in mind, from the beautiful water walkway to the spacious lounge areas. Surrounded by wide-open park lands, Springs combines light, ... More | visit website
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The Queen's Head (4.54 miles)

The Queen
A contemporary gastro pub with rooms, The Queen's Head is located in the pretty village of Belton, approximately 10 minutes from Loughborough city centre and close to Nottingham East Midlands Airport and junction 21 of the M1.

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Queens Head Hotel (The) (4.55 miles)

Queens Head Hotel (The)

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This 17th-century coaching inn is located on Ashby's main high street. Family run, it offers home-cooked English food and a lively weekend nightclub. The Queen's Head Hotel is close to all the ... More

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The Royal Hotel (4.61 miles)

The Royal Hotel

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The Royal Hotel is steeped in history and has long been established as one of the best places to stay ... More

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Guesthouse at Shepshed (5.06 miles)

Guesthouse at Shepshed
The Guesthouse at Shepshed is a self rated 3 star establishment under new experienced ownership. We look forward to giving you a warm welcome to our family friendly guest house, which is situated in the ... More | visit website
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Grange Courtyard (5.16 miles)

Grange Courtyard

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The Grange Courtyard is a multi-award winning bed and breakfast, providing a real home-from-home accommodation for business trips, holidays, short breaks or weekends away.The property comprises of six unique cottages which ... More

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