Being situated in Loughborough town centre, you will have all the benefits of a thriving university town. Loughborough has many restaurants, bars, shops, and places of interest (most of which we can recommend). As we have lived in the area for over 20 years we can help with any questions you may have for things to do or places to see.
Great Central Railway – (0.2 miles) Britain’s only double track mainline heritage railway, with 5.25 miles (8.45 km) of working double track, period signalling, locomotives and rolling stock and, with the completion of the Mountsorrel Railway Project, will be the only double track heritage line in Britain with an industrial branchline spur.
Taylor’s Bell Foundy – (0.4 miles) The world’s largest working bell foundry. The site has a museum of bells, the only one of its kind in the UK.
Loughborough Carillon – (0.7 miles) Carillon, War Memorial and museum.
Charnwood Museum – (0.7 miles) Wide range of exhibits reflecting the history, geology, archaeology and industries of Charnwood and surrounding areas.
Prestwold Hall – (3.5 miles) One of the Midlands’ premier stately homes.
Bradgate Park – (6.4 miles) 850 acre public park, home of Old John, a war memorial, and ruins of what is believed to be the birthplace of Lady Jane Grey (Britain’s shortest reigning monarch).
Donnington Park & Exhibition Centre – (9.0 miles) Motorsport circuit, and a museum home to the largest collection of Grand Prix racing cars in the world.
Local Institutions & Transport Links:
Loughborough Endowed Schools – (0.1 miles)
Loughborough University – (1.3 miles)
Loughborough College – (1.3 miles)
Loughborough Hospital – (1.7 miles)
Loughborough Train Station – (0.7 miles)
East Midlands Airport – (8.2 miles)
Local Golf Courses:
Longcliffe – (3.2 miles)
Charnwood Forest – (4.5 miles)
Lingdale – (5.7 miles)
Rothley Park – (6.5 miles)
Park Hill – (6.8 miles)