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The Red House
23 Main Road
Nether Broughton

Melton Mowbray
Leicestershire

LE14 3HB | View map

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The Red House Restaurant, Pub and Hotel is set within the charming village of Nether Broughton on the A606. This old coach house now hosts an award winning restaurant, a relaxing bar, a beautiful courtyard, a boutique hotel with just eight individually designed suites and a marquee, set in beautiful gardens, which is available for weddings and private hire. Monthly Live Swing/Jazz suppers are a big favourite along with Sunday Lunch, locally brewed Real Ales and innovative bar menu. Renowned for using locally sourced produce, the Red House a la carte menu changes seasonally, with an emphasis on local produce. Diners have a choice of formal dining in the 70 cover restaurant or more informal dining in the lounge and the bar or on more clement days in the courtyard. Bookings are advised as evenings and weekends are very busy. The venue is close to excellent golf clubs, Ragdale Hall, Crazy Go Karting and excellent shopping at both Leicester and Nottingham. It is also an excellent place for a business meeting in it’s conference room, or for an overnight stay to avoid the bustle of city life.

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