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Some of our new facilities include:
- All Electric hook ups 16-amp
- Individual cubical Showers and Toilets as well as en-suit complete private with toilet, shower, and wash hand basins.
- Fully equipped Laundry room with two washing machines, two tumble dryers and sink.
- Chemical waste disposal point
- Opposite beautiful Market Bosworth Country Park
- Calor Gas available at the Nursery next to the Garage 1 mile away.
- Secure coded entry.
- Open all year.
- Motorhome service point
- Wi-Fi (chargeable)
- Our tourist information summer house hosts an abundance of local attraction leaflets and a book and DVD swap.
On the serviced pitches there is a view towards the Forest of Arden
King Richards 111 Standard can be seen flying on the Hill of Bosworth Battlefield
Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre:
Immerse yourself in history at Bosworth Battlefield heritage centre, located just a stone’s throw away from our park.
Take a leisurely stroll into the charming town of Market Bosworth, where history meets modern-day charm. The centre boasts a delightful array of independent shops, boutiques, quaint cafes, and traditional pubs.
The market square hosts regular markets, every Wednesday and farmers market the last Sunday of every month, showcasing local produce and bakes.
National Trust places nearby:
Calke Abbey- un-stately home and country estate.
Staunton Harold and Staunton Harold Church- Staunton Harold has a stunning courtyard with café, deli and walks.
Stoneywell- The home of a family that lived and loved Arts and Crafts.
English Heritage places nearby:
Kirby Muxloe Castle- This picturesque, fortified mansion was built for Lord Hastings, who was dramatically executed by Richard III.
Ashby De La Zouch Castle- manor house in the 12th Century and reached castle status in the 15th century.
Jewry Wall Leicester- One of the tallest surviving sections of Roman masonry in Britain.
Richard III centre:
Take the bus or drive into Leicester and visit the superb Richard III centre opposite the Cathedral. Travel back through time and then fast forward to 500 years to a car park in Leicester where King Richard III body was found.
Embark on a wild adventure at Twycross Zoo, where you can immerse yourself in the world of exotic animals from around the globe. Discover endangered species and enjoy a day of exploration in the heart of nature.
Some other notable mentions include Shenton to Shacklestone Steam Railway, Warwick Castle, Drayton manor theme park, Leicester space centre, Snowdome, and the motor racing circuits of Donnington Park and Mallory Park.
Two Gardens centres, both with tea rooms less than 2 miles away:
Dobbies garden centre.
Greenacres garden centre.
Just a two-minute drive or leisurely 15-minute walk in the charming town of Market Bosworth, you will find the convenience of a local Co-op alongside a variety of delightful boutiques an independent fruit and vegetable shop, a clock shop, and markets held every Wednesday and the last Sunday of every month.
For larger supermarkets, Hinkley just a 15-minute drive away, where you will find a range of options including ASDA, Morrisons, Sainsburys ALDI, Iceland and Lidl.
Local bars and restaurants
The Red Lion is a traditional pub with a cosy ambiance.
The Dixie is a historic pub also including a pizza Italian restaurant.
The Black Horse offers both tradition pub dishes as well as restaurant food.
Maison Rose Boutique Café offers a range of pastries, delicate cakes, and light bites.
Istanbul BBQ Kitchen brings the aromatic cuisine of Turkey to Market Bosworth.
Batter of Bosworth- fish and chips.
Tin Tin Cantonese Takeaway offering a wide range of traditional dishes.
Simla Peppers- Indian Restaurant.