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Inns in Sutton Cheney

Royal Arms
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Sutton Cheney
Leicestershire

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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/Warwickshireborder nestled in a beautiful setting of rolling countryside and outstanding tranqility; making it one of the country's best kept secrets.There are many local places of interest for the historically minded; all within walking distance from the hotel. For the more active and energetic; visitors can venture over the stile in the beer garden and experience numerous walks; where they can enjoy the looking-glass lake and the historic town of Market Bosworth. Other places of interest include Sutton Cheney Wharf; Twycross Zoo; Stoney Cove; Mallory park (one of the best viewing circuits in the country) and the world famous Bosworth Battlefield; all of which provide education; study and wonder for most of their customers. Fishing; golf; horse riding and water sports are also within a short distance from the hotel.Our AWARD WINNING A LA CARTE restaurant achieves the look of a traditional country house hotel. From the original oak beams in the pub; to the bric a brac scattered from floor to ceiling. Original log fireplaces; hand crafted furnishings; friendly and attentive staff all provide the setting for you to wine and dine in a sociable and relaxed atmosphere.

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