Leicester and Leicestershire
is a destination packed with things to see and do 

Leicestershire cannot fail to inspire you. From great family attractions to top class restaurants, there's plenty to discover.

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You might prefer to visit a museum or gallery, or hire a boat on the Grand Union Canal or travel back in time on a steam train at the Great Central Railway. You could enjoy a local festival, or explore a Leicestershire stately home.

Experience contemporary, inspirational shopping in Leicester or browse the markets in our market towns, and once you're all shopped out, why not relax in a stylish city bar or restaurant. Alternatively, take life at a more leisurely pace and relax with friends over a pub lunch, or jump on a bike and explore the countryside.

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Interesting places in Leicestershire

Priesthills House Guest House

45 Priesthills Road, Hinckley, Leicestershire LE10 1AQ
Tel: 01455 641476 Mobile: 0796 8888 676
Email: priesthillshouse@gmail.com

This relaxed family run B&B / Guest House is warm and friendly offering cosy rooms with all the comforts of home to make your stay relaxed and enjoyable, be it simply a few days away, business or a special occasion. Our rooms are bright and airy, offering the usual complimentary beverages, TV/freeview, wireless Wi-Fi, hairdryer and shaverpoint.

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Maiyango Hotel

13-21 St Nicholas Place, Leicester LE1 4LD
Tel: (+44) 0116 251 88 98 Email: reservations@maiyango.com

Independently owned and operated, Hotel Maiyango Restaurant aims to deliver a truly enjoyable and memorable experience.

Our ethos is encapsulated by our ‘Maiyango Loves Local’ commitment, which runs through all that we do. We are proud to support our local suppliers and producers, the local community, and we take responsibility

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Joyce’s Barn B&B

Little Covert Farm, Main Street, Nr Bottesford, Leicestershire NG13 0EP
Te: 01949 843635 Mobile: 07892405822 Email:reservations@joycesbarn.co.uk


Tastefully converted from the families redundant barns, so that the guest accommodation apart from room two has separate entrances to the private living quarters which makes it almost unique in this category of

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Glenfield Lodge

4 Glenfield Road, Leicester, Leicestershire LE3 6AP
Tel: 0116 262 7554 Mobile: 0780 522 9154 Email: r.w.brown@live.com

Welcome to Glenfield Lodge. Our friendly family owned lodge is perfectly located in the heart of Leicester historical city and close to Leicester’s vibrant day and night life. Leicester is also a contemporary city bursting with shopping, festivals, attractions, arts, culture and a multitude of fine eating venues to suit all tastes.

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Rafee Hotel

189 Fosseway, Leicester LE7 4TF
Tel: 01664 424 525 Email: booking@rafeehotel.co.uk

Set in the idyllic location of Leicestershire county, our hotel offers an experience of home away from home: comfort, convenience and impeccable service. We are located around twelve miles away from the historic city of Leicester. Escape the urban humdrum, with all its amenities just a stone’s throw away.

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Six Hills Hotel

The Fosseway (A46) Six Hills, Leicestershire. LE14 3PD
Tel: 01509 880240 Email: reservations@sixhillshotel.co.uk

The Six Hills Hotel is ideally situated in a central location to the surrounding major cities of Leicester, Nottingham and Birmingham and located within the close vicinity of Loughborough and the famous Melton Mowbray.

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Guesthouse at Rempstone

Main Street, Rempstone, Loughborough LE12 6RH
Tel: 01509 881 886 Email: info@guesthouse-rempstone.co.uk

The Guesthouse at Rempstone, nr Loughborough is adjacent to the village church, dates back to the 1890’s when it was a Coaching Inn known as the Ship Inn. It has been carefully refurbished and extended to offer 14 large airy bedrooms, with breakfast available at an additional cost of £6 per person per day.

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