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The large and well-appointed village of Quorn or Quorndon sits at the edge of the Charnwood Forest just to the south of Loughborough and with a station on the heritage Great Central Railway running from that town... Read More

Hotels in Quorn - 4 places to stay

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Quorn Grange Hotel

Quorn Grange Hotel
Built in the 18th century with sympathetic enhancements in the 1990's. This original country house is set amidst 8 acres of beautifully manicured gardens and rolling rural Leicestershire countryside. At the Quorn Grange you will find a haven ... More | Double Room: £112 | visit website
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Quorn Country Hotel

Quorn Country Hotel

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Enjoy a warm welcome as you enter the oak panelled reception hall before allowing the receptionist to escort you to your room or, if dining, the waiter to take your drink ... More

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Pilling's Lock Marina Penthouse

Pilling

Pilling's Lock Penthouse is a truly unique property set in the modern tranquil Pilling's Lock Marina and surrounded by water, boats and countryside. Ample free parking on-site for any vehicle size and within easy reach ... More | visit website

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Quorn Country Hotel (0.24 miles)

Quorn Country Hotel

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Enjoy a warm welcome as you enter the oak panelled reception hall before allowing the receptionist to escort you to your room or, if dining, the waiter to take your drink ... More

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The Hunting Lodge (1.03 miles)

The Hunting Lodge

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This spectacular three story granite building has been lovingly restored with an added touch of the contempory. Our stunning large garden, open fires and comfy leather furnature make it a perfect ... More

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The Mountsorrel (1.14 miles)

The Mountsorrel

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The Mountsorrel is a small family run 4 star Guest House with good food and individual service; we are situated in our own secluded grounds surrounded by trees and shrubs ... More

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The Swan Inn Apartment (1.38 miles)

The Swan Inn Apartment

The Swan Inn freehouse is a traditional 17th century inn on the banks of the River Soar, in the village of Mountsorrel, Leicestershire. In a Grade II listed building complete with roaring log fires in ... More | visit website

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Cedars Hotel (1.58 miles)

Cedars Hotel

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Now with free Wi-Fi throughout, this delightful, independent hotel and restaurant is located in a wonderfully peaceful setting, just minutes from the centre of Loughborough.

Well known locally as a warm and ... More

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Charnwood Lodge (2.02 miles)

Charnwood Lodge

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Charnwood Lodge Guest House, set in pleasant surroundings with private parking at the front and rear enjoys a convenient yet peaceful location within walking distance of the Town Centre. Over ... More

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Great Central Hotel (2.11 miles)

Great Central Hotel

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Built by the Great Central Railway in 1899, this restored Victorian town house hotel offers modern comforts whilst retaining the charm of a bygone age. With many period features, elegant hotel rooms ... More

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Beauchief (2.38 miles)

Beauchief

The Beauchief hotel is an attractive family run hotel. Its warm friendly atmosphere makes it an ideal 'home from home' for those people staying 'away from home'. It offers 31 en suite rooms, tastefully finished ... More | visit website

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The Print House (2.39 miles)

The Print House

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The Print House offers good quality affordable overnight accommodation and is situated in the centre of the historic University town of Loughborough, famous for its Street Market, Steam Railway and ... More

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Ramada Loughborough (2.42 miles)

Ramada Loughborough

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With a Georgian style facade carved from local stone, the Ramada Loughborough is built around a delightful courtyard, complete with its own fountain. The hotel is set in the heart ... More | visit website

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