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Inns in Rearsby

The Star Inn 1744
37 The Green
Thrussington

Rearsby
Leicestershire

LE7 4UH | View map
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The Star Inn 1744 is a newly refurbished 4 star country Hotel, Restaurant and Bar. We pride ourselves on providing a high quality of service, with great food using local produce and creating a home from home feel.

The Star Inn 1744 is located in the small picturesque Village of Thrussington which boasts beautiful surrounding scenery, chocolate box houses and plenty of routes to take a relaxing stroll or a long walk through the rolling fields.

We are located just off the A46 which provides direct routes to Leicester (8 miles), Loughborough (12 miles), Notingham and Derby. We are 9 miles from the M1 East Midlands Airport is within a 30 minute drive. Birmingham Airport and the NEC can be reached within the hour

Local attractions include numerous quality golf courses, you'll be spoilt for choice. The National Space Centre, The Great Central Railway is located in Loughborough and then the stunning surroundings of Bradgate Park. Here you can go for walks, visit historic ruins or simply enjoy a picnic with the family. If it's shopping you want then Leicester has the new Highcross Shopping Centre which is full to bursting with stores, restaurants, coffee shops and the Showcase Cinema.

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