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Eat Out and have a drink in Harborough

Town centre eateries and village inns offer a great variety of places to eat and drink in Harborough.

Locally grown foods can be found on sale at the regular farmers' markets held in the area. Seasonal produce and home reared meats together with dairy foods can be purchased when they're at their freshest.

Local breweries offer high quality, hand made beers that use the best ingredients. Produce from the breweries can be bought locally and tasted in a number of different hostelries in the area.

Restaurants &

Tearooms & coffee shops


Local producers & farm shops


Cooking schools & food experiences

Bread making

Make your choice of somewhere to eat or drink from our listing here:

Best Western Ullesthorpe Court Hotel


Relax and enjoy a drink and bite to eat in our Lincolns Bar at Best Western Plus Ullesthorpe Court Hotel.

Nenette Chocolates

Market Harborough

If you are looking for something different then why not consider learning more about chocolate and having a go making your own chocolates with Nenette?

Kilworth House Hotel


An outstanding architectural feature, the glorious grade II star-listed Victorian Orangery has become a destination venue in its own right. Now fully restored, it is light and airy by day, and glitteringly romantic by night.

Kilworth House Hotel


The Wordsworth Restaurant is more than a room, it's an experience that has been central to dining and entertaining at Kilworth House for generations.

Wistow Maze

Market Harborough

Enjoy breakfast, a homemade lunch, a delicious scone or slice of cake, in our friendly, quirky surroundings. An extended range of Vegan and gluten-free cakes are available! We look forward to welcoming you!

Best Western Ullesthorpe Court Hotel


Eat out in style at in The Woodland Court Restaurant at Best Western Plus Ullesthorpe Court Hotel.


Sustainable Harborough

Sustainable Harborough is a five year lottery funded project which aims to show how a focus on what people want and are interested in, along with a focus on creating projects that can support each other can bring about a more vibrant, inclusive community with lower carbon emissions.
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Last updated October 2016