Like walking and shopping? Why not book in with us here at Belvoir Bed and Breakfast at Woodside Farm and enjoy many beautiful Vale of Belvoir walks together with some retail therapy at the new Belvoir Castle Engine Yard Retail Village? The Idle Mole, first shop to arrive is now open and many more to follow with a restaurant and spa coming soon!
Would you like an opportunity to explore the picturesque Vale of Belvoir and sample a taste of award winning hospitality at Belvoir Bed & Breakfast, Barkestone-le-vale, Nottingham? Stay 4 consecutive nights Monday – Thursday during April or May 2018 for £300. Rates include a delicious farmhouse breakfast and are based on 2 sharing a double, king or twin room. Call 01476 870336 now to book mentioning “Spring 2018 offer”. Offer subject to availability.
Opened in 1977, to mark the Queens Silver Jubilee, Jubilee Way, a walk from Belvoir to Melton Mowbray through the Belvoir Castle Estate and can be accessed from footpaths passing through Belvoir B & B at Woodside Farm. As well as numerous local footpaths the Jubilee Way also links with the long distance path The Viking Way. If you enjoy walking, bring your walking boots when you stay and enjoy some of the wonderful views over the Vale of Belvoir.
Belvoir Castle looked stunning this afternoon as guests attending a Scottish themed wedding arrived to the sound of bagpipes on the front terrace. Belvoir Castle, ancestral home to the Duke and Duchess of Rutland, is a fabulous wedding venue for any marriage celebration. If you are looking for a hotel near Belvoir Castle or a B & B stay we are offering 2 night packages for Wedding guests which includes one way transport to Belvoir Castle, you only need one return taxi back in the evening. Code BCW16 must be quoted at time of booking and is subject to availability. Offer expires December 2016.
…held an excellent fund raising Wildlife Evening at Long Clawson Village Hall last Friday. Speakers from The Leicester & Rutland Bat Group, The Vale of Belvoir Peregrine Falcons and a speech outlining the ecological benefits of maintaining The Grantham to Nottingham Canal were most interesting.