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Bosworth Hall Hotel
Bosworth Hall Hotel

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County - Leicestershire | Map
Tel code: 01455 | code search
Postcode: CV13 | code search
Population: 1900
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Bosworth Hall Hotel
"Very, very disappointing. Terribly rude receptionist, rooms tired and dirty, hairs left in the bath, bedding did not look clean, in fact bed cloths looked awful. Bathrooms were horrible and ..." More

Bosworth Hall Hotel
"Don't waste your money, very rude staff, filthy smelly rooms, pubic hairs in our disgusting bath, T V from out of the ark which was not watchable because of the ..." More

Bosworth Hall Hotel
"We have visited bosworth hall on two previous occasions and although the rooms could do with some updating the staff are first class, food is excellent, drinks are a bit ..." More

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The village of Market Bosworth is a market town that, close by, was the location of the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485 between King Richard III and Henry Tudor involving some 11,000 men with Richard III being the last King of England to die in battle, and it was this battle that proved decisive in ending the long running civil wars. The town of Market Bosworth had first been settled around 1048 and there is more to the town than the famous battle described above. The town centre is a Conservation Area with many old buildings around the market place, gaining its Royal Charter to hold markets back in the 17th century and today the market is still held every Wednesday with a wide variety of items on sale whilst on the fourth Sunday of every month there is the Farmers Market. Within walking distance of the town centre there is the Bosworth Water Trust, consisting of a 20 acre lake for fishing and sailing and offering camping facilities, whilst the Bosworth Country Park, to the east of the town, provides some 80 acres of open park with arboretum, play areas and footpaths that welcomes many residents and visitors throughout the year. In short the charm of Market Bosworth lies in its history and convenient location.

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Market Bosworth Country Park

Dentist

Bosworth Dental Practice

Doctor

The Surgery

Farmers Market

Market Bosworth Farmers Market

Pub and Bar

Dixie Arms Hotel
King William IV
Old Black Horse Inn
Ye Olde Red Lion Hotel

School

Dixie Grammar and Wolstan Prep Schools

Solicitor

Flavell Thomas & Sons

Taxi

Bosworth Gold Cars

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Bosworth Hall Hotel (0.47 miles)

Bosworth Hall Hotel

A magnificent grade II mansion set in 11 acres of landscaped grounds. All 192 luxury en-suite bedrooms are decorated traditionally and include TV, telephone, trouser press, tea and coffee making facilities. The period style Crompton’s ... More | visit website

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Royal Arms (1.77 miles)

Royal Arms

Due to its rural location, The Royal Arms is an ideal spot to enjoy and experience real ales, a unique atmosphere, friendly attentive staff, fine foods and an altogether renowned establishment. Far from the madding ... More | visit website

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Sunshine Cottage (2.47 miles)

Sunshine Cottage

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Sunshine Cottage, built in 1787 and originally part of 'The Sun Inn' is situated in the conservation area (opposite an Inn and Restaurant) of Newbold Verdon on the Leicestershire/Warwickshire border. ... More

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Ambion Court Hotel (3.29 miles)

Ambion Court Hotel

Ambion Court Hotel is a charming country hotel converted from an early 19th century farmhouse. Ambion Court overlooks the picturesque village green in Dadlington, a small and tranquil village nestling in the very heart of ... More | visit website

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Kirkby House (3.42 miles)

Kirkby House

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Kirkby House offers traditional 18th century charm with modern standards and is located on the Leicestershire - Warwickshire border near to Hinckley and within walking distance to Kirkby Mallory Race ... More

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Millers Hotel (3.49 miles)

Millers Hotel
The Millers Hotel Sibson near Nuneaton sits in the Warwickshire Hamlet of Sibson near Nuneaton, Tamworth and Hinckley with easy access via A444 and A5 and M42 Junction 10. The Millers Hotel is a beautifully ... More | visit website
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Comfort Inn (4.88 miles)

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Situated on the A47, in the centre of Earl Shilton between Leicester and Hinckley, this hotel has convenient links to the M69, M1 and M6 motorways. All rooms are comfortable and newly ... More

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Elsted House (5.57 miles)

Elsted House

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Elsted House is a fully refurbished Edwardian house offering quality accommodation and breakfast. Situated on the northern edge of Hinckley town centre we are within easy walking distance of the ... More

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Badgers Mount (5.81 miles)

Badgers Mount
Badgers Mount is set in countryside surroundings and the atmosphere is relaxed and informal.

For your comfort all of our 12 en-suite rooms are spacious with television and tea/coffee making facilities.

The dining room seats 20 people ... More | visit website
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Mythe Farm B & B (6.07 miles)

Mythe Farm B & B
Comfortable farmhouse bed and breakfast near Atherstone. Located on the Warwickshire / Leicestershire border in the heart of England Mythe Farm has 3 well appointed bed and breakfast rooms.  Ideally situated in the beautiful countryside ... More | visit website

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