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Hunting Lodge Hotel
High Street
Market Harborough
Leicestershire

LE16 8XN | View map

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This most charming & delightful Hotel is situated in the tranquil village of Cottingham, right in the heart of the idyllic Welland Valley on the boarders of Rutland and East Northamptonshire, yet only a few miles from the 14 link road. Ideal when visiting Market Harborough or Corby. The Vibrant Hunting Lodge with its splendid decor & facilities offers a truly comfortable and most relaxing stay. Being privately owned, you will receive a warm welcome from the moment you arrive. The Hotel offers a Large Free Carpark & WiFi.

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Number of Rooms: 53
Number Ensuite: 53
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Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Licensed
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Open All Year
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Dogs/Pets Welcome

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