There are many pubs and local restaurants near Dandelion Hideaway luxury glamping site.

eating & drinking

There are plenty of choices when it comes to choosing places for eating and drinking near to the Dandelion Hideaway glamping site in the heart of rural Leicestershire. Read on for more info and if you would like a recommendation or to book a table, let us know and we can do that for you!

The Gate Hangs Well

A small local pub, owned by the local villagers, serving real ales and sandwiches at weekends. The real gem of this pub is that you can reach it walking across the fields from The Dandelion Hideaway. A twenty minute walk across the farm fields, over the small bridge and up the hill! The pub doesn't have a website, but you can call on 01455 290806.

Hercules Revived

Set in the picturesque Leicestershire village of Sutton Cheney, Hercules Revived is an honest English Country Inn. Late in 2012 a team of heritage people and craftsmen totally reformed the tired 17th Century Inn, creating a wonderfully relaxed bar and simple dining with a large open fire.

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The Horse & Jockey

Congerstone is a small, peaceful village just a couple of miles from the farm. The village is bordered by the River Sence and the Ashby Canal and is a typical sleepy, rural spot nestling around a War Memorial, near to which are the villages two listed buildings, the Church of St. Mary and the Old Rectory. The Horse and Jockey is a gastro pub with A la Carte Restaurant , bar and garden. Serves lunch.

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Softleys is a family run restaurant with accommodation, situated within the historic square of Market Bosworth. Offering the very best of foods and wine in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, selecting the finest of produce and utilising local suppliers. All of the food is homemade and cooked freshly. It has a calm and comfortable atmosphere where diners can enjoy high quality local food whilst overlooking the historical market place.

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The Black Horse Restaurant

A fine-looking one-time coaching inn overlooking Market Bosworth market square, the Black Horse is now run first and foremost as a neighborhood restaurant, it still retains many of its original features, which add to the convivial atmosphere of the place. An a la carte menu, the restaurant also boasts a lunch and evening set menu. Sunday lunches are popular as are the weekend Champagne breakfasts and a regular Monday evening 'pie and wine' night have the restaurant bursting at its beams.

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