...a perfect place to stay
Historic market town with wide variety of independant shops, indoor market and plenty of places to eat and drink.
Learn to glide at Husbands Bosworth Airfield, home of The Gliding Centre and the Coventry Gliding Club.
Rutland Water is the largest man-made reservoir in Britain, it has extensive nature reserves and is very popular with cyclists. Cycle hire is available from Rutland Cycling in Normanton.
Watch colourful narrowboats ascending the 'staircase' of ten locks, as their crews turn paddles and heave gates open to move their boats up the hill. Discover the wildlife in the side-ponds - ducks, herons, rare reeds and much more.
Find out about Foxton's fascinating history at the museum, then take a boat trip on the canal. Enjoy a pint, or treat yourself to a meal at the Foxton Locks Inn. Then browse through the traditional 'roses and castles' gifts and canal books at the Foxton Locks Shop.
Master the art of car control with an internationally recognised coach. Don Palmer's limit handling courses on tracks, wet grips and ice are for enthusiasts, track drivers and racing drivers alike.
Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome is home to the Cold War jet collection including a Victor, Hunter, Canberra, Comet, Lightning, Starfighter, Mystere, Sea Vixen, Buccaneer, Jet Provost, Super Guppy, Iskra and Jaguar. The latest aircraft to join the museum fleet is a Nimrod MR2 which joined us in April 2010 straight from the RAF.
Built in 1508 Althorp has been home to the Spencer family for nearly 500 years. It became the focus of world attention following the tragic death of Diana, Princess of Wales in August 1997.
The National Space Centre is the UK's largest visitor attraction dedicated to space and space exploration, welcoming around a quarter of a million visitors each year since its opening in June 2001.
We look forward to your visit, contact us to arrange your stay