The Shambles

Guest Accommodation in Lutterworth, Leicestershire

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10-12 Bell Street
LE17 4DW

The Shambles, Lutterworth

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Accommodation Description:

The Shambles Pub With accommodation. Welcome to the shambles located in the heart of Lutterworth landlords Denise and George East offer cask marque ales and traditional fresh food prepared daily. We also have five en suite rooms with freeview television free WI-FI and coffee and tea making facilities in each room for you to enjoy should you wish to stay with us.

 2 star rating

From: £37.50

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