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      in Market Bosworth

      Richard III stayed the night in Market Bosworth and hid £300 in a false bottom of his bed. As he was killed in battle the next day, no one returned to collect it, so it remained undiscovered until the reign of Elizabeth l (over 150 years).

      There are two main buildings of interest in Market Bosworth, and you could be staying in one of them! The famous Bosworth Hall and the Dixie Grammar School, which is opposite the marketplace, are both highlighted attractions. The town has been associated with the Dixie family for hundreds of years and the old Tudor grammar school was originally founded by Sir Wolstan Dixie, in 1601.

      Bosworth Hall (now a Britannia Hotel) is located to the east of the town, a perfect example of English Renaissance from the time of Queen Anne, similar in style to Hampton Court and built from red brick and white stone. This grand hall, which was the ancestral home of the Dixie family from 1680 to 1880, it is now a luxury 190 room hotel, health spa and leisure club operated by us.

      From the 14th Century, Market Bosworths Church of St Peter has been nestled amongst the trees to the north of the town. To the east, is a large country park, with a small lake and arboretum (open to the public all year), which is ideal for walks and barbecue picnics.

      Bosworth Water Trust

      Wellesborough Rd, Market Bosworth, Nuneaton, Warwickshire CV13 6PD
      Bosworth Water Trust lies to the west of the town and hosts a fantastic day out for all ages! This 50 acre leisure park consists of large lakes which can be utilized for carp fishing, sailing and other energetic water sports. It also has camping and caravan facilities, log cabins, a pirate play area and golden beaches. Whether you want to take a stroll in the sand or sail through splashing waters, there are a number of facilities available to compliment a fun day!

      Market Bosworth Light Railway

      Shackerstone Station, Shackerstone, Leicestershire, CV13 6NW
      The Market Bosworth Light Railway is a remarkable steam-train line, which runs quietly through the countryside from Shackerstone Station to Shenton Station. In the station yard sits a collection of restored steam locomotives and vintage diesel engines for you to take a look at. The trains themselves are fantastic pieces of history and transport you not only from A to B, but back to a completely different period of time. Experience the essence of the past, with this truly unique railway!

      Twycross Zoo

      Twycross Zoo is set in over 80 acres of land, with 500 animals and almost 150 species available to see. Why not come to see the only world primate centre in the UK, or visit the walk-through ring-tailed lemur enclosure? Or perhaps you would rather watch the keepers present regular talks and feeds, giving you the chance to learn a bit more about the residents at Twycross. Alternatively, new for Summer 2015, guests can cool off and splash around in the huge water play area. After an action packed day, you can even refuel with a selection of restaurants and cafeterias serving delicious snacks and beverages.

      Bosworth Battlefield

      Re-live the famous Battle of Bosworth and visit the historic location of Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre and Country Park. Open 7 days a week, visitors can opt for a 2km guided walk exploring the battlefield and the victory of Henry Tudor, or go to meet medieval soldiers in the soldier camp, with dress up, weapons and children’s activities. You can also enjoy a delicious value-for-money meal and drinks offers, in the pleasant reconstructed oak building restaurant. Whatever your preference, Bosworth Battlefield, has something for everyone.

      Drayton Manor

      For an adventure packed family break, be sure to head to Drayton Manor. Whether you’re a thrill seeker or prefer to keep your feet on the ground, there is something for everyone. With 280 acres of parkland and lakes, the theme park hosts some of the UK’s scariest adrenalin pumping rides, as well as live family entertainment in the Drayton Manor theatres and Europe’s very first Thomas land! If that isn't enough, Drayton Manor is also home to over 100 animals which can be found in the park's very own zoo. Make your stay at Market Bosworth worth while and plan your trip to Drayton Manor now.