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Attractions near The Old Club House

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Bosworth Water Trust Leisure and Water Park (2 Miles)*
Bosworth Water Trust is a 50 acre leisure park with 20 acres of lakes for dinghy, boardsailing and fishing.
Twycross Zoo (4 Miles)*
Set in 50 acres of parkland, the zoo is home to 1000 or so animals, most of which are endangered species.

Donington le Heath Manor House (6 Miles)*
Step back in time and experience how people really lived in Medieval, Tudor and Stuart Times at Donington le Heath Manor House.
Ashby de la Zouch Castle (9 Miles)*
Ashby - a royalist stronghold. Tour the impressive ruins of a grand medieval castle within extensive and beautiful grounds.
Ashby-de-la-Zouch Museum (9 Miles)*
Ashby Museum re-opened on Easter Saturday 2007, with a new two-storey extension housing a Community Room and Archives Room, and two revamped Exhibition Galleries.
Arbury Hall (10 Miles)*
Arbury Hall has been the seat of the Newdegate family for over 400 years and is the ancestral home of Vicount and Viscountess Daventry.
Gorse Hill City Farm (10 Miles)*
Gorse Hill City Farm is a working farm with the opportunity to feed and touch the animals.
National Gas Museum (11 Miles)*
At the Gas Museum you will gain a fascinating insight into the story of gas past and present, with particular reference to the East Midlands region.
National Space Centre (12 Miles)*
The award winning National Space Centre is the UK's largest attraction dedicated to space.
Calke Abbey (12 Miles)*
A tour of Calke Abbey's treasures is like taking a step back in history. The stately home remains in a mid-19th century time warp.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near The Old Club House
Market Bosworth (< 1 Mile)*
Market Bosworth, was recorded in the Domesday Book and has been an important market town since the middle ages. The famous Battle of Bosworth, which ended the Wars of the Roses in 1485, took place nearby.
Shackerstone (2 Miles)*
Kirby Muxloe (7 Miles)*
One of the country's most important monuments is in the parish of Kirby Muxloe. Built in the late 15th century by Lord Hastings, who was executed in 1483 before the building was completed, Kirby Muxloe Castle now has a Grade I listing.
Austrey (7 Miles)*
Situated at the northernmost tip of Warwickshire, surrounded by rural Leicestershire, Staffordshire and South Derbyshire, Austrey is only two miles from the National Forest.
Atherstone (7 Miles)*
Aston Flamville (7 Miles)*
Aston Flamville - The small church of St. Peters was considerably rebuilt in 1874, but retained one of the original Norman windows.
Nuneaton (7 Miles)*
Nuneaton is the largest town in Warwickshire. It is best known for its connections with Victorian novelist Mary Anne Evans, who wrote under the pen name of George Eliot.
Burbage (8 Miles)*
Newtown Linford (8 Miles)*
Newtown Linford is set against a backdrop of the Charnwood woodlands, making it a very photogenic village with its thatched dwellings and timbered style buildings.
Enderby (9 Miles)*
Enderby - The St. Johns area of the parish is separated from the main village, which is where the ancient village of Aldeby stood. Mentioned in the Domesday Book, this village was deserted probably in the 12th century.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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