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Attractions near Guesthouse at Rempstone
This is a list of the attractions near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this bed and breakfast.

Great Central Railway (4 Miles)*
The Great Central Railway is Britain's only double track main line heritage railway. The stations of this railway are restored to different periods of the main line's history.
Charnwood Museum (4 Miles)*
Charnwood Museum features a wide range of exhibits reflecting thehistory, geology, archaeology and industries of Charnwood and thesurrounding area. Permanent displays include 'Coming to Charnwoo
Framework Knitters Museum (5 Miles)*
The museum is located in unique restored 19th Century workshops, cottages and frameshops containing the collection of handframes which can be seen working daily.
Lakeside Arts Centre (8 Miles)*
Lakeside is the University of Nottingham's unique public arts facility based in the family-friendly surroundings of Highfields Park.
Nottingham Racecourse (9 Miles)*
Nottingham Racecourse has a wealth of tradition, great facilities and is great value for money. The main feature is the modern Centenary Stand, complimented by the recently refurbished Grandstand. There are two enclosures to choose from.
City Of Caves (9 Miles)*
These unique hand-carved sandstone caves dating from the 13th century were almost lost for ever when the 'Broadmarsh Shopping Centre' was built in the 1960s.
Galleries of Justice Museum (9 Miles)*
A fun filled attraction, this museum of crime and punishment also talks about Nottingham's horrible history and is the home of the Villainous Sheriff of Nottingham.
Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery (9 Miles)*
The Duke of Newcastle built his new Ducal Palace between 1674-9, it still dominates the Castle Rock to this day. It was restored in 1878 as one of the first provincial museums of fine art.
The Donington Grand Prix Collection (9 Miles)*
Take a lap around the World's largest collection of Grand Prix cars at the Donington Grand Prix Collection, and start an incredible journey through motor sport history.
National Space Centre (11 Miles)*
The award winning National Space Centre is the UK's largest attraction dedicated to space.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Guesthouse at Rempstone
This is a list of the towns near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this bed and breakfast.

East Leake (1 Mile)*
Wymeswold (2 Miles)*
Wymeswold lies a few miles to the north east of Loughborough. It is now a large and popular conservation village, with some fine Georgian buildings, over 30 of the houses are now Grade 2 listed buildings.
Loughborough (4 Miles)*
Loughborough, with its unique atmosphere and wealth of historic buildings, is the principal town of the Borough of Charnwood, which is one of the largest Boroughs within Leicestershire.
Normanton upon Soar (4 Miles)*
Normanton on Soar is a small, pretty, well kept 12th century village which sits on the border of Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire.
Quorn (5 Miles)*
Quorn is known world-wide for its link with Hugo Meynell, a dominant figure in English foxhunting who lived at Quorn Hall from 1753-1800.
Seagrave (5 Miles)*
Seagrave is situated just minutes from the busy A46; it is a secluded and picturesque village, with red roofed houses and distinctive church.
Attenborough (6 Miles)*
Mountsorrel (6 Miles)*
Mountsorrel is situated on the old A6 route, seven miles north of Leicester and four miles from Loughborough.
Thrussington (7 Miles)*
Thrussington has some interesting 18th century properties surrounding the village green. It is the birthplace in 1782, of artist, John Ferneley, who depicted much of Leicestershire's 19th century hunting scene.
Swithland (7 Miles)*
Swithland is a pleasant Forest village close to both the Woods and Reservoir, which also bear its name. The village is known well beyond Charnwood for its dark blue slate, which produced roofing material from the times of the Romans to the 19th century.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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