The Jewry Wall is a section of wall from a Roman bathhouse, standing in the middle of modern Leicester, a few blocks from the cathedral. The wall is over 30 feet high, and the foundation walls of the bathhouse can be seen at the foot of the wall. Immediately beside the Wall is a museum of Leicester area archaeology. 156-160 St Nicholas Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, England, LE1 4LB
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.