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Melton Mowbray is in the north east of Leicestershire, close to the picturesque Vale of Belvoir which literally translated means ‘beautiful view'. Steeped in rural tradition, this part of the county is famous for it's fine food and drink, including the famous Melton Mowbray Pork Pie, Stilton cheese and locally brewed ales, wines and Sloe gin. Try out these tasty goodies at local pubs, cafes or restaurants. Why not make up your own picnic packed with local food and drink whilst you're exploring the area?


Explore the bustling market town of Melton Mowbray, with historic buildings and traditional markets selling everything from clocks to cattle. Children will enjoy a trip to Twinlakes, an exciting family attraction, or head to Burrough Hill Country Park - the perfect place to go kite flying.

Explore the Vale of Belvoir by foot, bike or horseback. Visit Belvoir Castle where you can tour this magnificent castle and its gardens.  Take afternoon tea at Stapleford Park Hotel for a taste of luxury and enjoy one of the many annual events that take place in the town and the surrounding area, these include the Victorian Fair that takes place in the town and the Country Fair in the local park and not forgetting the food and drink fair in the Vales.

 

Things to do

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Vibrant events, family fun, food experiences and heritage to explore - there's something for everyone.

 

Places to stay

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There's a great choice of places to stay from country estate hotels to farmhouse b&bs and deluxe log cabins.

 

Food and drink

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Find the best places for locally produced food and drink in the Melton area.

 
 
 

Explore Leicestershire

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Melton Mowbray & Vale of Belvoir

Melton Mowbray is in the north east of Leicestershire, close to the picturesque Vale of Belvoir which literally translated means 'beautiful view'.

Loughborough & Charnwood

Explore the area of Loughborough and Charnwood where you can experience the buzz of a university town mixed with the tranquility of the great outdoors.

Ashby de la Zouch & National Forest

Ashby de la Zouch lies at the heart of the National Forest, an area that embraces ancient buildings, fascinating visitor attractions and miles of hidden nature trails.

Hinckley & Market Bosworth

The market towns of Hinckley and Market Bosworth lie in the west of Leicestershire, surrounded by rolling countryside and many pretty villages.

Leicester

Leicester is a contemporary city bursting with arts, culture, history, festivals, attractions, shopping and food and drink.

Blaby

Blaby covers an area south and west of Leicester, including the villages of Blaby, Narborough and Kirby Muxloe. Stroll around the village of Blaby, much of which has been designated a conservation area.

Oadby & Wigston

Oadby and Wigston lie on the southern outskirts of Leicester, between the city and the rolling South Leicestershire countryside.

Market Harborough & Lutterworth

The town of Market Harborough is the ideal place to head for to experience rural activity, bustling streets, stylish independent shopping and tasty food and drink.
 
 
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