Dadlington House Farm
Dadlington House Farm, Shenton Lane, Dadlington, Leicestershire, CV13 6JDView on map
Why stay here ...
Set in the heart of rural Leicestershire, surrounded by tranquil green fields with quick access to the charming hamlet of Dadlington and nearby historic town Market Bosworth, Dadlington House Farm offers the idyllic country setting for your next stay.
Accessed down a long private drive with secure gated access, the site provides sizable pitches in 2.5 acres of manicured field, nestled within a larger, 60-acre retired farm. The pitches are level, lawned and provide 16 amp electric, direct water hook-ups, as well as grey waste disposal per pitch. The generous pitches also offer significant privacy, with a 25 metre distance between neighboring pitches, providing ample space for awnings.
The site offers immediate access to public footpaths, meandering country lanes and local canalways, as well as a plethora of fantastic local attractions and amenities. Take a leisurely walk to the local highly recommended restaurant and pub, The Dog and Hedgehog. Or take the short drive to nearby Market Bosworth which boasts an award-winning fish and chip shop, excellent restaurants, takeaways and traditional pubs. At the heart of the town is a small market square where a monthly farmers market is held, or wander through the local park, surrounding streets filled with attractive thatched cottages and Georgian properties.
Hop on a steam train at Shenton Station and enjoy the nostalgia of a bygone era. Do you enjoy watersports? Try your hand at sailing or canoeing at Market Bosworth Water Park. Set adjacent to the water park are also several Carp pools which provide the more serious angler with a quiet location dedicated to fishing. If you enjoy a longer country walk why not take advantage of Dadlington House Farm's excellent location and join the Bosworth Battlefield walk, with panoramic views of the countryside before stopping off at the Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre along the way. Richard III, the last king of the House of York was killed in the battle which took place here and Henry Tudor was crowned the first king of the Tudor dynasty, a major turning point in English history.
Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM
Latest departure time: 11:00 AM
Electric amperage: 16
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- CV13 6JD
- Lat 52.580138 / Lon -1.409118
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Hinckley
- Daily public transport within 1 mile
- Nearest train station: Hinckley
- Train station within 5 miles