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Self Catering Accommodation

Properties are available to suit every budget, chalets with modest facilties, log cabins with every modern appliance you could need and converted barns where you’ll find total luxury with four poster beds and hot tubs.


Disclaimer
Leicestershire Promotions does not assess the quality of the accommodation on this website. You are strongly advised to thoroughly check the standard of the property before you book your short break.
Upper Rectory Farm Cottages

VisitEngland 4 to 5 Star Self-cateringSelf-catering with 5 units, £0-£4100 pupw sleeps 2-26, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 01827 880448

Beautifully converted, multi award winning cottages set around adjoining courtyards near Ashby-de-la-Zouch. En suite facilities throughout, wireless internet connection.

 
 
 
Shepherds Rest Cottage

VisitEngland 4 Star Self-cateringSelf-catering with 1 unit, £50-£70 pupn sleeps 2, Market Harborough, 0116 259 2332

Lovely period converted cottage, boasting high ceilings, beams and oak floors set on a working sheep farm in the rural idyll of Burton Overy. Weekly rates £260 to £320. Weekend rates £110. Pub in village serves excellent food.

 
 
 
Walton Thorns Farm Holiday Cottages

Self-assessed Accessibility InformationSelf-catering with 3 units, £415-£750 pupw sleeps 2-5, Loughborough, 01509880315

The ideal destination for guests wishing to enjoy the peace of the countryside on a working arable farm. Conveniently situated for Melton Mowbray, Loughborough, Leicester & Nottingham. Minimum stay 2 nights with flexible start days.

 
 
 
West Langton Lodge

Self-assessed Accessibility InformationSelf-catering with 1 unit, £46 pupn sleeps 2-4, Market Harborough, 07734876223

The Nook is a self contained apartment with a double bedroom, sitting room with TV, DVD, VCR and sofa bed.

 
 
 
Sulby

Quality Tourism in LeicestershireSelf-catering with 1 unit, £300-£500 pupw sleeps 4, Market Harborough, 01858 880410

We hope you find your stay with us more than just a room with a view and you can immerse yourselves into what Park Farm has been doing, maintaining and enhancing the local landscape to benefit nature and still produce food.

 
 
Last updated January 2018