Bruce and Christine were lovely hosts, very unobtrusive and accommodating.
Stunning views over the countryside and very quiet. Rooms are equipped with tea/coffee facilities, and hairdryer. Plenty of hot water and extremely comfortable beds. Rooms are decorated very nicely in keeping with the age of the house. Wonderful breakfast. Would thoroughly recommend, the only downside which could be rectified albeit at a cost which may then be reflected in the price, was although the bedrooms are lovely and warm the communal areas, the hallways, sitting/bar, dining room were a little chilly, there were convector heaters in the hallway and dining area and a large log burner in the sitting/bar area but despite this we felt it made it a little unpleasant to stay for too long.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A restored, elegant Victorian house, Dingley Lodge was originally built by Lord Downe for his respected farm manager, John Fisher. This family-owned hotel, which is set in four acres of open countryside on the Leicestershire/Northamptonshire borders, overlooks Dingley Point-to-Point course, the Welland Valley (with the delightful old town of Market Harborough) and beyond. There's a bar, lounge, dining room (home-cooked food) and eight individual en-suite rooms - each with free wi-fi, Freeview television, hospitality tray, hairdryer and radio. There's plenty of private off-road parking and even a helicopter landing space! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Dingley Hotel Market Harborough