CoalvilleCopyright Mark Anderson

Coalville, once a mining town, is in the Charnwood Forest area on the edge of the National Forest, just a couple of miles from the M1 and with a variety of attractions on its doorstep including Snibston Discovery Park... Read More

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Coalville Market: Model Collector Shop Road Show Specialising In Diecast Models ~ ...More

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Thringstone Heritage Event
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Hotels in Coalville - 4 places to stay

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Hermitage Park Hotel

Hermitage Park Hotel

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A friendly, privately-owned and run hotel on the edge of the Charnwood Forest between the M1 and M42; an ideal position for visiting Donnington Park and the National Exhibition Centre. A short ... More

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Charnwood Arms Hotel

Charnwood Arms Hotel

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Once a country house, The Charnwood Arms is situated in the rolling Leicestershire countryside, yet minutes from the M1 and M42 motorways, making it the ideal venue for business or ... More

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Travelodge Leicester Markfield (0.42 miles)

Travelodge Leicester Markfield

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Ashby de la Zouch (4.10 miles)

Premier Inn Ashby de la Zouch
With an on-site Brewers Fayre restaurant and free parking, Premier Inn Ashby De La Zouch has good road links to the A42 (junction 13), the M1 and the M42. The Premier Inn is 1 mile from ... More | visit website
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Champneys Springs (4.43 miles)

Champneys Springs
Springs offers modern luxury with an exceptionally friendly service. Everything has been designed with relaxation in mind, from the beautiful water walkway to the spacious lounge areas. Surrounded by wide-open park lands, Springs combines light, ... More | visit website
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The Queen's Head (4.54 miles)

The Queen
A contemporary gastro pub with rooms, The Queen's Head is located in the pretty village of Belton, approximately 10 minutes from Loughborough city centre and close to Nottingham East Midlands Airport and junction 21 of the M1.

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Queens Head Hotel (The) (4.55 miles)

Queens Head Hotel (The)

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This 17th-century coaching inn is located on Ashby's main high street. Family run, it offers home-cooked English food and a lively weekend nightclub. The Queen's Head Hotel is close to all the ... More

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The Royal Hotel (4.61 miles)

The Royal Hotel

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The Royal Hotel is steeped in history and has long been established as one of the best places to stay ... More

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Guesthouse at Shepshed (5.06 miles)

Guesthouse at Shepshed
The Guesthouse at Shepshed is a self rated 3 star establishment under new experienced ownership. We look forward to giving you a warm welcome to our family friendly guest house, which is situated in the ... More | visit website
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Grange Courtyard (5.16 miles)

Grange Courtyard

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The Grange Courtyard is a multi-award winning bed and breakfast, providing a real home-from-home accommodation for business trips, holidays, short breaks or weekends away.The property comprises of six unique cottages which ... More

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Fieldhead Hotel (5.26 miles)

Fieldhead Hotel
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Our hotel which is situated on the edge of beautiful Carnwood Forest, has been built in local stone and in the style of the original farmhouse building which dates back ... More
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The Link Hotel Loughborough (6.05 miles)

The Link Hotel Loughborough

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The Link Hotel offers air-conditioned en suite rooms, a lounge bar and dining facilities. It is just off junction 23 of the M1, close to Loughborough University. The accessible location of The ... More

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