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Leicester North Hotel
Station Road
A46 Fosse Way
Upper Broughton

Melton Mowbray
Leicestershire

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This modern, purpose-built, comfortable hotel is halfway between Nottingham and Leicester, in a rural location north of Melton Mowbray on the A46. Just 15 minutes from the M1, near the village of Upper Broughton, Comfort Inn Leicester North presents modern facilities at realistic prices. With extensive function facilities, the hotel is also a premier venue for conferencing, meetings, banquets and weddings. A wide choice of meals are prepared on site by the head chef and his team (the restaurant is not open on Friday or Saturday). Wireless internet access is available in the bar area.

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