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© 2019 Apple Orchard Farm Fenn Lanes | Dadlington, Nuneaton CV13 6DR, England

Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast in Leicestershire & Nuneeaton, Warwickshire

Telephone: 01455 213 186

Friendly Farmhouse Accommodation on the

Leicestershire and Warwickshire Borders

 

Welcome to Apple Orchard Farm B&B

Bed & Breakfast in Leicestershire & WARWICKSHIRE

Apple Orchard Farm is a pretty farmhouse bed and breakfast in Dadlington, Leicestershire in the East Midlands, offering BandB accommodation between the picturesque and unspoilt conservation village of Shenton and Dadlington, Nuneaton, Warwickshire in the West Midlands.

Located in the county of Leicestershire, East Midlands, Dadlington is three miles north-west of the town of Hinckley, five miles north-east of the major town of Nuneaton and 91 miles north-west of London.

Apple Orchard Farm's B&B accommodation is convenient for visiting local attractions, such as Mallory Park, Twycross Zoo, Bosworth Battlefield, Drayton Manor Park, Shackerstone Steam Railway , MIRA and just 30 minutes drive from the NEC Birmingham.

Situated on what is believed to be part of the site of the Battle of Bosworth Field,  Apple Orchard Farmhouse B&B offers delightful bed and breakfast accommodation in a part oak framed building, the oldest part of the house dating back to 1640.

 

Peaceful and secluded, the farm is still close to a number of villages and Market Bosworth, a small market town in western Leicestershirea, which offers delightful walks, tea rooms and antiques.

 

Apple Orchard Farm is situated within 15 acres of unspoilt grazing meadow in the Leicestershire countryside, a third of a mile from the Fenn Lane, between Fenny Drayton and Sutton Cheney, making it a lovely place to relax.

A UNIQUE AND HISTORICAL BATTLEFIELD

 

One of the most decisive battles in English history, the Battle of Bosworth Field, which ended the Wars of the Roses, was fought on 22nd August 1485 near Stoke Golding, some two miles or so south-west of Ambion Hill, near Sutton Cheney in Leicestershire. 

It signified the end of the War of the Roses, during which King Richard III lost his life and throne to Henry Tudor. marking the start of the Tudor Dynasty, which you can read more about here.

 

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation between

Hinckley and Market Bosworth, Leicestershire East Midlands,

and Nuneaton Warwickshire West Midlands

 
 
 

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Location

Apple Orchard Farm is within easy driving distance of the following towns and cities (approximate drive times):-

  • Atherstone - 10 minutes

  • Hinckley - 5 minutes

  • Coventry - 25 minutes

  • Leicester - 30 minutes

  • Nuneaton - 10 minutes

  • Birmingham (NEC) - 30 minutes

 
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