The Shambles

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

10-12 Bell Street
Lutterworth
Leicestershire
England
LE17 4DW

The Shambles, Lutterworth

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Welcome to The Shambles located in the heart of Lutterworth. Landlords Denise & 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.

We have a Disco every Friday night with the exception of the last Friday in the month in which we have a 'Live Band'.

This former abattoir and butchers is the oldest timber-framed building in Lutterworth a historic thatched roof property dating back to the 16th century it was a first used as a public house in 1791 until 1840 it was then converted back to a home and butchers shop. In 1982 it was converted back into a public house and named the Shambles. Conveniently located for the M1 and within easy reach of Magna Park.

The shambles has a 30 cover restaurant serving traditional home cooked food a separate children's menu is available. Breakfast served at the weekends from 8:30am. The are specials on the menu and these change daily as well as offering a wide range of seasonal choices throughout the year.

All our food is source locally where possible. The Shambles is now run by Denise & George East who took over in 2008 and have upgraded the accommodation so all rooms now have en suite showers with flat screen freeview televisions as well coffee & tea making facilities.

 2 star rating

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