Pubs and Inns in Leicestershire, England.
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Pubs and Inns in Leicestershire, England.



Stanford Hall, Lutterworth

Leicestershire in the East Midlands and, in particular, the county town of Leicester, is associated with manufacturing and is also famous for its grazing lands, heaths and fine hunting country. The former county of Rutland now falls within these boundaries but still retains its individuality.With Belvoir Castle standing guard, Rutland is a tiny county of quintessentially English villages bedecked with flora and inns beckoning you to imbibe in a pint of foaming ale.

It was in Leicestershire that the house of York lost its grip on the crown and, at the Battle of Bosworth field in 1485, the victorious Henry Tudor pronounced himself King. Clearly one of the most important single conflicts in the history of Britain, a visitor centre today marks the spot close to the Warwickshire border. Delightful historic houses here include Stanford Hall and Oakham Castle and the area is also famous for it’s Pork Pies and Stilton cheese.

Pubs and Inns in Leicestershire

Market Harborough
The Queens Head
Medbourne
The Nevill Arms
Melton Mowbray
Anne Cleves House
Mountsorrell
The Swan Inn
Old Dalby
The Crown Inn
Redmile
Peacocks Inn
Saddington
The Queens Head
Sileby
The White Swan
Somerby
Stilton Cheese Inn
Somerby
The Old Brewery
Stathern
Red Lion Inn
Thorpe Langton
The Bakers Arms
Woodhouse Eaves
The Pear Tree Inn
The Wheatsheaf Inn
Wymondham
The Berkeley Arms

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