The Greyhound Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Market Street
Lutterworth
Leicestershire
England
LE17 4EJ

The Greyhound Inn, Lutterworth

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The Greyhound Coaching Inn and Hotel is a charming and traditional 18th Century coaching inn located in the South Leicestershire town of Lutterworth. A family-owned hotel The Greyhound Hotel has been sympathetically restored by Robert Eggleston to provide an easy-going charm and welcoming atmosphere.

 4 star rating

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