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Hotels in Lutterworth

Greyhound Coaching Inn
9 Market Street
Lutterworth
Leicestershire

LE17 4EJ | View map
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"The Greyhound" was built around 1720 as a Coaching and Posting Inn, and is now a Grade II listed building. It has been extensively renovated and totally refurbished to an extremely high standard by the owners Robert Eggleston. "The Greyhound" stands in the centre of Lutterworth in Market Street and is close to a variety of shops and the towns' Market Place. The Lutterworth market has been held every Thursday since an initial grant was made by King John to Nicolas de Verdun in 1214
Guests can expect a warm welcome to this Grade II listed building and enjoy superb professionally home-cooked food in the Restaurant or an intimate candle-lit dinner in the Vaults Italian Bistro. Our separate lounge bar serves real ale as well as a wide variety of bar snacks and full meals. The Greyhound hotel offers 34 en-suite bedrooms all individually decorated to a high specification. We offer conference and meeting facilities as well as catering for parties, celebrations and weddings.

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