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Local Food scene
Friendly local Gastro Pub great Food and Ales, a local favorite!
The Windmill Inn
83 Brook St
Friendly local Gastro Pub great Food and Ales, a local favorite!
Quirky small holding serving home made Pies, Full English Breakfasts, afternoon Teas cakes and more Pies. A great taste of the British Countryside. A log burning fire and the smell of food cooking . Friendly staff. Outdoor seating area and small slide and swing for the kids too. This place is very popular in the height of summer, so get here early if you want to make the most of it!
Nice Pie
Quirky small holding serving home made Pies, Full English Breakfasts, afternoon Teas cakes and more Pies. A great taste of the British Countryside. A log burning fire and the smell of food cooking . Friendly staff. Outdoor seating area and small slide and swing for the kids too. This place is very popular in the height of summer, so get here early if you want to make the most of it!
An Alpine lodge on the outskirts of Melton Mowbray!!!. Great place for breakfast. lunch, afternoon Teas and a superb selection of Cakes :)
The Mountain Restaurant - J & L
An Alpine lodge on the outskirts of Melton Mowbray!!!. Great place for breakfast. lunch, afternoon Teas and a superb selection of Cakes :)
Village pub, serving modern British cuisine from a la carte, lunch and bar menus. Really nice spot to grab a pint. Friendly staff and locals to chat with. Patio out back for sunny days and fireplace inside for cold rainy days. Good menu recommend the Stilton sauce for almost everything!
Crown Inn
Village pub, serving modern British cuisine from a la carte, lunch and bar menus. Really nice spot to grab a pint. Friendly staff and locals to chat with. Patio out back for sunny days and fireplace inside for cold rainy days. Good menu recommend the Stilton sauce for almost everything!
The first pub opened by England and Nottinghamshire cricketers Stuart Broad and Harry Gurney in August 2016, The Three Crowns is a cosy country pub with a relaxed, casual atmosphere.
The Cat & Wickets Pub Company Ltd.
78 Loughborough Road
The first pub opened by England and Nottinghamshire cricketers Stuart Broad and Harry Gurney in August 2016, The Three Crowns is a cosy country pub with a relaxed, casual atmosphere.
Upmarket award winning dining situated close by in the picturesque village of Wymeswold. Owners Sandra & Danny Jimminson have spent the past 15 years perfecting & refining the Hammer and Pincers into one of the counties leading dining establishments
Hammer & Pincers
Upmarket award winning dining situated close by in the picturesque village of Wymeswold. Owners Sandra & Danny Jimminson have spent the past 15 years perfecting & refining the Hammer and Pincers into one of the counties leading dining establishments
Sightseeing nearby
Beautiful Deer Park with some splendid walks spectacular views a visitor centre and a cafe. Once home of Lady Jane Grey.
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Bradgate Park
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Beautiful Deer Park with some splendid walks spectacular views a visitor centre and a cafe. Once home of Lady Jane Grey.
Sherwood was once a medieval Royal hunting forest that stretched across thousands of acres – covering much of Nottinghamshire west and north of the River Trent. Its game and timber were the jealously guarded property of the Crown, its woods, wastes and open sandy heath the playground for kings,aristocrats and outlaws. Sherwood Forest guards secrets and surprises. Over the past few years, amateur historians have rediscovered in the forest a lost Viking meeting place, “Thynghowe.” And archaeology has confirmed that what was long thought the slight remains of a hunting lodge at Kings Clipstone was once a sprawling medieval palace. In 2010 bug experts located the only colony in the UK of the rare Hazel Pot Beetle, and at Clumber Park volunteers found a Diamond Spider – presumed extinct for 50 years. What more undiscovered treasures await discovery?
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Sherwood
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Sherwood was once a medieval Royal hunting forest that stretched across thousands of acres – covering much of Nottinghamshire west and north of the River Trent. Its game and timber were the jealously guarded property of the Crown, its woods, wastes and open sandy heath the playground for kings,aristocrats and outlaws. Sherwood Forest guards secrets and surprises. Over the past few years, amateur historians have rediscovered in the forest a lost Viking meeting place, “Thynghowe.” And archaeology has confirmed that what was long thought the slight remains of a hunting lodge at Kings Clipstone was once a sprawling medieval palace. In 2010 bug experts located the only colony in the UK of the rare Hazel Pot Beetle, and at Clumber Park volunteers found a Diamond Spider – presumed extinct for 50 years. What more undiscovered treasures await discovery?
One of the largest man made lakes in Europe, and the largest in England (by surface area). Set in over 3,000 acres of beautiful rolling countryside there are plenty of activities found around and on the water for families, couples and individuals wishing to explore. Water Sports, Nature Reserves, Sporting Events, Cycling, Fishing & Walking Facilities Look out for the Rutland Belle and take a visitors tour across the water from April until the end of October.
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Rutland Water
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One of the largest man made lakes in Europe, and the largest in England (by surface area). Set in over 3,000 acres of beautiful rolling countryside there are plenty of activities found around and on the water for families, couples and individuals wishing to explore. Water Sports, Nature Reserves, Sporting Events, Cycling, Fishing & Walking Facilities Look out for the Rutland Belle and take a visitors tour across the water from April until the end of October.
Burghley House (/ˈbɜːrli/[1]) is a grand sixteenth-century English country house near Stamford, Lincolnshire. It is a leading example of the Elizabethan prodigy house, built and still lived in by the Cecil family. The exterior largely retains its Elizabethan appearance, but most of the interiors date from remodellings before 1800. The house is open to the public most years (though temporarily closed from spring 2020 to 2021)[2] and displays a circuit of grand and richly furnished state apartments. Its park was laid out by Capability Brown.[3]
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Burghley House
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Burghley House (/ˈbɜːrli/[1]) is a grand sixteenth-century English country house near Stamford, Lincolnshire. It is a leading example of the Elizabethan prodigy house, built and still lived in by the Cecil family. The exterior largely retains its Elizabethan appearance, but most of the interiors date from remodellings before 1800. The house is open to the public most years (though temporarily closed from spring 2020 to 2021)[2] and displays a circuit of grand and richly furnished state apartments. Its park was laid out by Capability Brown.[3]
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National Trust - Belton House
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Belvoir Castle
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Places of interest
mmerse yourself in the incredible story of the last English king to die in battle and the first to be DNA tested. Turn detective and travel back through time to uncover the plot lines, birth rights and family connections that combined to create an intricate story of medieval murder, mystery and mayhem. As you unravel the facts about the Wars of The Roses, you can find out how Richard rose to power and decide for yourself what really happened to the Princes in the Tower… Get caught in the middle of the Battle of Bosworth – feel the rumble of soldiers and the thunder of hooves as the Plantagenets and Tudors battle it out and where the King is cut down as he defends his crown. Fast-forward over 500 years to a car park in Leicester city centre where the amazing evidence-gathering that resulted in the discovery of the long-lost remains of King Richard III is revealed. Be inspired by the forensic science behind the identification of the remains and explore the techniques used to prove it was the lost king. In final homage to England’s last warrior king, you can see for yourself the very spot where King Richard III remained undiscovered for so long…
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King Richard III Visitor Centre
4A Saint Martins
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mmerse yourself in the incredible story of the last English king to die in battle and the first to be DNA tested. Turn detective and travel back through time to uncover the plot lines, birth rights and family connections that combined to create an intricate story of medieval murder, mystery and mayhem. As you unravel the facts about the Wars of The Roses, you can find out how Richard rose to power and decide for yourself what really happened to the Princes in the Tower… Get caught in the middle of the Battle of Bosworth – feel the rumble of soldiers and the thunder of hooves as the Plantagenets and Tudors battle it out and where the King is cut down as he defends his crown. Fast-forward over 500 years to a car park in Leicester city centre where the amazing evidence-gathering that resulted in the discovery of the long-lost remains of King Richard III is revealed. Be inspired by the forensic science behind the identification of the remains and explore the techniques used to prove it was the lost king. In final homage to England’s last warrior king, you can see for yourself the very spot where King Richard III remained undiscovered for so long…
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National Space Centre
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Castelo de Nottingham
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