Great friendly staff, will be visiting again
Haven’t stayed in a B&B for years as normally stay in hotels (when working away). But the proprietor shows how a great property and great customer care can out trump the corporates any day.
the service, location and facilities were all outstanding. You could not fault a thing
We like the motel aspect - good and plentiful parking together with the excellent restaurant attached
For the price not that bad, locals and staff all good, in general a good sound place,
The location was perfect for our needs, we went to a family party in the village so was convenient to walk back. Breakfast was good, room very quirky, felt the rate was slightly overpriced for what we got compared to other B&B's we have stayed at, but generally clean and pleasant stay.
Great house. The weather was perfect so we were outside most of the time though. Loads to do if the weathers not quite so good. Lovely and clean. Paul and Sam were brilliant I will definitely be returning
Hope to stay again
We were staying in the area for a family engagement party. We contacted the staff st the Bulls head and they let us check in early which was very helpful. Rooms were nice an comfortable. We had a midday meal an of course the breakfast. Both very good quality and generous portions. The owners and ...
Dating back to the Norman period, Ashby de la Zouch is one of the oldest landmarks in Leicestershire, and is still partly intact, despite suffering extensive damage during the English Civil War. It's close to a good range of hotels and bed and breakfasts, from luxury four-star establishments to budget friendly contemporary hotels.
This castle was the seat of William, Lord Hastings in the 15th Century, who was Lord Chamberlain to King Edward IV and was devoted to the royal House of York. For many years, the castle was a family home, and also served as an important Royalist stronghold in the English Civil War.
Explore the castle's spacious grounds and landscaped garden, visit the souvenir shop, and see the iconic Kitchen Tower and Great Tower. Ashby de la Zouch Castle also organises a special Easter Adventure Quest and various workshops throughout the year. One of the most popular places to stay near Ashby de la Zouch castle is Champneys Springs, an exquisite four star retreat that features an enormous indoor swimming pool and other luxury facilities such as a full-service spa and chic, spacious rooms with DVD players. This is Leicestershire luxury at its very finest!
Whether you're choosing a top-of-the-range spa hotel or a conveniently located bed and breakfast close to the M1, there are plenty of other fantastic attractions to explore in Leicestershire. Explore the scenic Bluebell Arboretum, which is best visited during spring and summer and offers guided tours of its delightful woodland gardens.
Also a short distance away is the Roman city of Leicester, which is the home of the National Space Centre and is known for its thriving Diwali celebrations. The city is also overlooked by an impressive cathedral, where the remnants of King Richard III were discovered in 2015.
Most hotels in and around Ashby de la Zouch provide WiFi access in all rooms and public areas, and many also offer 24-hour room service and 24-receptions for your convenience. Deluxe hotels also have fully equipped fitness centres and first-rate conference facilities for business guests
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