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Hotels in Market Bosworth

Royal Arms
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Sutton Cheney

Market Bosworth
Warwickshire

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Due to its rural location, The Royal Arms is an ideal spot to enjoy and experience real ales, a unique atmosphere, friendly attentive staff, fine foods and an altogether renowned establishment. Far from the madding crowd, The Royal Arms is situated on the Leicestershire/Warwickshire border nestled in a beautiful setting of rolling countryside and outstanding tranqility, making it one of the country's best kept secrets.

Located just 10 miles from Leicester and 10 miles from Coventry, The Royal Arms has been sympathetically restored over the last 10 years and provides a harmonious balance of modern day comforts in a traditional style. Wake up to the picturesque views in one of our 15 elegantly decorated en-suite bedrooms in our barn style accommodation. Take a look around and you will understand why The Royal Arms has been awarded a 4 star grading from the RAC Tourism Council for our accommodation and restaurant services.

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Ratings/Awards: RAC 4 Stars & Sparkling Diamond Award
Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15

Price per Room:

Double: From £55
Single: From £55
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Restaurant

Name: Royal Arms
Cuisine: English/International
Chef: Ian Bradshaw

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