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Little Lodge
17 Lutterworth Road Walcote
Lutterworth
Leicestershire

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A little gem ,that's Little Lodge ! An ideally located quality bed and breakfast for those wishing to stay in the south Leicestershire area. Very close to junction 20 of the M1, A14, A5 and M6 our location is ideal for accessing Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Warwickshire with Birmingham less than half hour and London easily accessible we couldn't be better placed to meet your travel needs. A family run establishment where flexibility in meeting our guests needs is paramount.We are situated at the rear of the local friendly village pub where good food and a warm welcome awaits you. Close to the town center and on a direct bus route we're an ideal place for both business and leisure travellers alike,All rooms are en suite with t.v and dvd players plus a selection of films , books and games. Irons ,bathrobes and hairdryers also available We offer an x-box and dartboard for our guests use. A secluded garden offers the chance for outdoor breakfast or a peaceful cigarette in the shelter provided.Choose from an extensive breakfast menu or request a pack up to take with you.Local transfer service also available.Our rates are set with our customers in mind, we do what we can to help !

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