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Bosworth is famous for it's flower Displays, Agriculture, Horticultural and Equestrian Society. The name of Bosworth is associated with the famous battle 'War of the Roses' which took place in 1485, a few miles from the Market Town. King Richard III at the throne lost his crown to Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond, making Bosworth famous for it's battlefield. Market Bosworth is also mentioned in the Domesday Book and granted a charter in 1285 for holding fairs and markets, which to this day retains its original charm and character.

Bosworth Hall Hotel

Hotels in Market Bosworth   

Bosworth Hall Hotel in Warwickshire is a Grade II listed William and Mary Mansion, set in 11 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens...

Shopping

Shopping....

Market Bosworth is the perfect place to browse the gallery, quirky Antique and Gift shops and other specialist retailers...

 Culture

Culture...

For such a quaint village and it's surrounding areas, there is so much to take in and learn...

Balmoral Castle

Attractions...

Market Bosworth is a central point from which to visit many attractions including Cadbury's World...