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Marquess of Exeter Hotel

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Situated at the heart of England's most beautiful countryside in Rutland.
Staying at the Marquess of Exeter is a uniquely relaxing experience.
This is an established family run hotel with excellent facilities.
A former 16th century coaching inn, the Marquess has log fires in the bars and lounge, full restaurant menu, and attractive bedrooms with modern amenities.
This is a free house with guest beers changing monthly.
From morning coffee or afternoon tea, we are an ideal location for your lunch, dinner, meetings & conferences, banqueting or wedding.

Whether for business or the leisure traveler in the quiet village of Lyddington which is a very pretty stone village with the nearby historical Bede House. Located just two miles from the town of Uppingham, and the nearby Rockingham Castle, and Rockingham Raceway. Eyebrook reservoir for the discerning fishermen and Rutland Water are both within easy reach nearby. We are open all day.


Number of Rooms: 16
Number Ensuite: 16
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