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Inns in Market Harborough

The Bulls Head
Kelmarsh Road
Arthingworth

Market Harborough
Leicestershire

LE16 8JZ | View map
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The Bull's Head is more than a pub restaurant. Stay in one of our 8 en-suite rooms contained in the newly constructed annexe at the rear of the licensed premises which provide a peaceful location in the heart of the countryside. The Bull's Head is recommended by English Tourist Board for walkers and cyclists and has been awarded a 3 star rating. Each room has an en-suite bathroom or shower room along with TV, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities. Our largest room has full disabled facilities and also doubles up as a family room. It comprises twin beds plus a double bed-settee and a cot is available upon request. There are also 6 double / twin rooms plus one single room. With nearby local attractions including stately homes Kelmarsh Hall and Lamport Hall, plus Rockingham Speedway, Rockingham Castle, Silverstone Circuit, Althorp Hall, Wicksteed Park, Pitsford Reservoir, Naseby Battle site, Harrington Aviation Museum, Towcester & Leicester Racecourse and the Brampton Valley Way, a popular route with ramblers and cyclists.

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