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Just 20 minutes from East Midlands Airport, Days Inn Leicester offers spacious rooms with en suite bathrooms. With Leicester centre only 15 minutes away, there is free parking and free Wi-Fi. The bright and airy rooms feature a cosy seating area and tea and coffee facilities. All rooms have a hairdryer and a flat-screen TV with over 60 channels. Ironing facilities and free newspapers are also available. With a 24-hour front desk, The Days Inn Hotel Leicester is located just off the M1 motorway at the Welcome Break services. There is a restaurant, a selection of fast food outlets and a newsagent just a few steps away. Situated 30 minutes from Nottingham and Birmingham, Days Inn Leicester Hotel is just 2 miles from Fosse Park Shopping Centre. Leicester Racecourse is a 20-minute drive away, and Charnwood Forest can be reached in 15 minutes.
“ hotel is clean and rooms good size and fantastic comfy beds and lovely power shower, fresh tasty breakfast.....value for money
Susan from Leicester
The Hotel is just 5 minutes from the M1 Junction 21a and is the ideal venue for business or pleasure. The Castle Hotel is the perfect setting for a wedding and has a fabulous function room 'Hastings Suite' which can hold up to 80 guests for a sit down meal. A beautiful garden overlooking the castle ruins is an idyllic setting for photographs for all occasions. This fine building dates back to the 1630's when it was the Castle farmhouse and the nearby Kirby Castle was still inhabitable. What a story it's walls could tell (and literally does spooky or what). The noble Kirby Castle at one time possessed another tower which was demolished in the 18th century and the bricks used elsewhere in the village noticeably in the repair of the Castle farmhouse of further adding to its character and historical charm. Kirby Castle is now over 500 years old and is one of the last fortified houses (being a castle only by name). When the estate came up for sale in 1918 a farming tradition that stretched back centuries was...View details