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Inns in Ullesthorpe

Chequers Country Inn
1 Main Street
Ullesthorpe
Leicestershire

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The Chequers is a Country Inn built in the 1700s with beamed ceilings, slate floors and open fires. Large eating areas are available with wide choice of food catered for. Although the Inn is located in the heart of the country we are 1 mile away from the A5 with close proximity to M69, M1 and M6 and 'so called Middle England' due to the crossing of Watling Street and the Fosse Way.In addition to conference facilities and a car park taking up to 85 cars, The Chequers is well known for its comfortable, family atmosphere with recently refurbished bedrooms which are all ensuite with in room tea & coffee, trouser press, telephone, television and full English breakfastWe have guests staying with us who work at The National Exhibition Centre, Magna Park, Lutterworth, Coventry and Rugby, We also accommodate divers who visit Stoney Cove and both drivers and enthusiasts going to Mallory Park and Bruntingthorpe and visitors from all over the world coming to visit relatives or take in the local tourist attractions

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