Largely ruins, this imposing ruined castle sits rather incongruously amid carefully manicured lawns. Built by William, Lord Hastings, Lord Chamberlain to Edrward IV, who made it one of the most impressive tower houses in England. South Street, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, England, LE65 1BR
The beautiful remains of a moated 15th-century mansion, left unfinished when its owner was executed for treason. The owner was William, Lord Hastings, who began work on Kirby Muxloe Castle in 1480, creating a fortified house of red brick surrounded by a wide moat. Kirby Muxloe, Leicestershire, England, LE9 2DH
Leicester Castle was begun shortly after the Norman Conquest as a simple motte and bailey fortress with a timber palisade. It was rebuilt in stone over the following century. The great hall was later transformed into a fashionable Georgian building used as a courthouse and for social functions. Castle Yard, Leicester, Leicestershire, England, LE1 5WH
This larch clad, single storey property boasts a beautiful veranda commanding breath-taking views of rolling countryside. Accommodating six guests in three en-suite bedrooms, Strawberry Lodge is the perfect base to … Sleeps 6
Situated in the old market town of Ashby-de-La Zouch The Queens Head Hotel is a small family run Hotel in Ashby's busy Market Street in the centre of town. In beautiful countryside with great nearby transport links you'll be well placed for business and leisure destinations around the Midlands.