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Grange Courtyard
Forest Street
Shepshed
Leicestershire

LE12 9DA | View map

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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 have been converted from farm buildings with a total of twenty individually designed executive en-suite rooms. All rooms have direct dial telephone and free wireless internet access. There is secure free car parking and pleasant gardens. There are four four poster beds, one family room and three further twin rooms. All rooms have hairdryer, tv and video or dvd player, bath robes and complimentary toiletries.

Although only a mile from Junction 23 of the M1, The Grange Courtyard, awarded Silver Award for the Best Bed and Breakfast Award in the East Midlands 2006 and RAC Little Gem, stands in its own beautifully tended grounds which positively radiate peace and tranquillity.

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