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Three Swans Hotel
21 High Street
Market Harborough
Leicestershire

LE16 7NJ | View map
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This 16th century coaching inn blends the history and traditional hospitality of its origins with the comfort and amenities of a modern hotel. The hotel has 61 individually decorated bedrooms including a suite and four poster bedrooms. It offers a warm welcome, excellent food and attentive service. Recognised for weddings, family celebrations and private dining for which there is a wide choice of event rooms and private dining rooms. There are also three rooms licensed for civil ceremonies and partnerships. Attention to detail is paramount and our professional team will ensure your event runs smoothly. The Swans Restaurant serves an a la carte menu, whilst The Conservatory serves a bistro style menu. You can dine alfresco in the feature courtyard. Situated in Leicestershire, The Three Swans Hotel is easily accessed by road and rail and is the perfect base for exploring the counties of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Northamptonshire.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 * Visit Britain Assessed Hotel
Number of Rooms: 61
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Name: Swans Restaurant
The Conservatory Restaurant

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