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Charnwood Arms Hotel
Bardon Hill
Coalville
Leicestershire

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Once a country house, The Charnwood Arms is situated in the rolling Leicestershire countryside, yet minutes from the M1 and M42 motorways, making it the ideal venue for business or pleasure. With a large free car park, we are ideally situated to meet your needs, be in business stopovers, a conference, a weekend break or private event Our caring staff extend out traditional welcome to both buisness and pleasure. Our 34 en-suite bedrooms are fitted and furnished to ensure you relaxation and comfort. All rooms are fully equipped with a bath/shower, tea and coffee making facilities, televisions, table/working area, telephone and hair dryer. there's a choice of single, double and twin rooms available. Extra childs beds can be supplied. Also available at the Charnwood Arms is a larged Two For One Restaurant which serves great value for money food. We serve a good selection of both cask and draught beers and a wide choice of wines by the bottle or glass. The Charnwood Arms makes an excellent base from which to explore leading attractions such as The National Space Centre, East Midlands Airport, Donington Park, Malory Park and the National Forest.

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