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Glebe House Muston
Bed and Breakfast: 7003

Glebe House

Pets Allowed:   Yes
Smoking Allowed:   No
Special Diets:   Yes
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  • Informal yet spacious and elegant house set in large grounds
  • Opportunity for a tranquil break from city life
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    Glebe House lies in the heart of Leicestershire's tranquil Vale of Belvoir.

    This fine Georgian House has associations with the poets George Crabbe and Lord Byron and stands next to Muston village church.

    There's been little change to the house in it's two hundred years: every architectural detail has been retained along with period furniture.

    So, in spite of modern plumbing, electricity, central heating, TV and WiFi in all the bedrooms, guests can step back in time to experience a more leisured eighteenth century style of living without having to forgo any twenty first century benefits.

    You will be welcomed by Carole and Andrew in the impressive entrance hall, and shown to your spacious bedroom up the grand staircase and along the corridor.

    Then you are free to relax in the downstairs reception rooms.

    On cold winter nights there is a log fire in the Music Room to warm and cheer you.

    In the evening it is only a three minute walk to the local pub which serves excellent and inexpensive meals.

    A five minute drive will take you to the next village and at least half a dozen varied places where you can get a good meal.

    In the morning you will awake to the smell of freshly-baked bread. Breakfast is served in the dining room and we promise: you will be well looked after.

    If you are staying for more than one night you will not be chased away during the day. We want you to simply enjoy being here as you throw off the cares of the everyday world and ease into the timeless experience of Glebe House.

    Outside there are farm buildings and stables, an orchard and a magnificent vegetable garden together with formal gardens round the house.

    The sixteen acres of parkland includes grazing for sheep and walks for guests.

    Beyond lies the whole of The Vale of Belvoir and magnificent views of Belvoir Castle. There is much to explore locally and we have lots of information about this unspoiled part of the English countryside.

    Surprisingly this rural idyll is only four miles from the AI and the main east coast railway, so access is quick and easy. Some visitors from London even prefer to leave their car behind altogether and travel from Kings Cross to Grantham, where they can be met by arrangement with us.

    This property appears courtesy of ClickBedAndBreakfast.co.uk

    The Yellow Bedroom
    The Yellow Bedroom
    The Dining Room
    The Dining Room
    The Music Room
    The Music Room
    The Garden in Snow
    The Garden in Snow

    Pricing and Opening Times
    Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

    Maximum £50pppn
    Minimum £35pppn
    except for special offers

    Throughout the year except Christmas Day

    Family Rooms:
    Single Rooms:
    Double Rooms:
    Twin Rooms:
    Pet Facilities: Pets are allowed. Well-behaved pets
    Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
    Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Any special dietary requirements should be highlighted at booking stage and will be accommodated where possible.
    Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.

    Guest Book

    From the A1 (main North/South road between London & Edinburgh) turn west towards Nottingham on A52 (near Grantham in Lincolnshire). In Four miles just past the County sign for Leicestershire turn left at The Gap Inn (signpost to Muston).
    Glebe House is 200 yards on left hand side and has a large sign at the entrance to the driveway.

    Travellers from M1 and Nottingham take A52 towards Grantham and turn right at The Gap Inn (second entry to Muston) and Glebe House is 200 yard on the left.

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