Great value is to be found at Kirkby Manor. The garden rooms are basic but comfortable. The rooms in the main house have more character and space, but come with a corresponding higher price. Good pub food and a very large breakfast. Breakfasts have to be ordered the previous evening, with choices ...
Great room for the price. A little noisy as due to being by the road, but that didn’t affect us. Comfy beds and a brilliant bathroom. Really happy with the stay. Definitely recommend if you was staying near Kirby.
Beautiful grounds. Great restaurant and bar area. Room a bit dated.
to avoid struggling in the dark to find the right driveway - I had to park down the road and walk around to find no.115 - perhaps some reflective / lit numbers visible to drivers would be an idea ?! Couldn't connect to the Wifi in Room 404 which was particularly frustrating when plans for the morning ...
I arrived at the property, and it was closed for refurbishment, was told Expedia should have told me. Had to find alternative accomodation. Others I’ve been told had same problem
Great for the price paid, staff very helpful. Bathroom lovely but rest of decor a little dated
Charlotte was a great host and we really enjoyed our stay in the cottage.
Great location, very picturesque. Our room was in a separate cottage with a lovely decorated communal area
Lovely hotel close to the little village. Would stay here again.
A popular motor racing venue, Mallory Park is in the historic hamlet of Kirkby Mallory, and just a short journey from the M1, M69 and the city of Leicester. It is also easily accessible from most Leicestershire hotels, and just a 20-mile journey from East Midlands Airport and 26 miles from Birmingham Airport.
Although it's one of Britain's shortest permanent racing circuits, Mallory Park regularly hosts many prestigious racing events, from the European Formula 5000 Championship to the British Superbike Championship. The venue was originally the site of an RAF station, which later became a pony trotting circuit after the Second World War.
The first horse race was held in the 1950s, and Mallory quickly developed into a thriving business, attracting tens of thousands of spectators to its events by the 1960s. Indeed, by the 1970s, Mallory hosted the vast majority of Britain's cycling and car championships, and has also become a popular venue for corporate events and other special private functions.
Very close to Mallory Park is the elegant Rothley Court Hotel, a three star venue in an attractive historic house offering free WiFi in all rooms and public areas, and well-equipped meeting rooms. The venue is also within easy reach of the budget friendly Highbury Gust House, which provides brightly decorated rooms and is less than two miles from Loughborough University.
Many hotels in Leicester also provide free self-parking, 24-hour room service, and 24-hour receptions so you can always make a request or ask a question at any time, day or night.
Whatever hotel you choose near Mallory Park, you'll enjoy easy access to the historic centre of Leicester, which is home to numerous Roman and medieval remains, including sections of a Norman castle. Leicester is also home to the National Space Centre, which is noted for its large Sir Patrick Moore Planetarium and is one of Europe's leading centres for space research. In addition, the city is acclaimed for its King Power Stadium, a 32,262-capacity venue that is the home of Leicester City Football Club and has also been used for high-profile rugby matches.
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