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B and Bs in Isley Walton

Donington Park Farmhouse Hotel
Isley Walton
Leicestershire

DE74 2RN | View map
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This charming 17th Century Farmhouse stands in 20 acres of land and offers spacious country style bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities and Broadband Internet throughout.

Eight bedrooms are located in the main hotel building. Four Executive bedrooms are situated in the courtyard and a further four located in the Stable Suite Annexe, which has its own car park just 150 yards from the main building. We have one ground-floor bedroom with wheel chair access. We have a superb Caravan site located in our extensive grounds, and a Barn which is available for Private Functions.

We cater for small business meetings in the Stag Room or Hitching Room and larger training events and seminars in the Threshing Barn.

For your relaxation we have a residents bar, log fire in the winter months, and a cosy lounge, which has breathtaking views of Breedon Hill.

The Hotel does not have a public restaurant, but the Dining room is open each evening to residents and their guests for homemade Farmhouse suppers, including Venison from our own Deer Park.

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