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Welcome to The Queens Head Hotel

Address: 79 Market St, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, LE65 1AH

Hotel Description

This 17th-century coaching inn is located on Ashby's main high street. With free Wi-Fi and free parking, this family-run property offers a bar and a lively weekend nightclub. The Queen's Head Hotel is close to all the main local motorways, and a short journey from Birmingham and East Midlands Airport. The onsite traditional bar is open Monday to Thursday from 16:30 until 22:30, Friday and Saturday from 12:00 until 01:00 and Sunday from 12:00 until 22:30. On Fridays and Saturdays, the hotel features Ciros Nightclub, it is popular so the hotel can be noisy. Guests can access the club free of charge. It opens from 20:00 until 02:30. The hotel also features a large outside smoking area.

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Ashby de la Zouch Castle - Leicestershire - Castle

Ashby de la Zouch Castle - Leicestershire - Castle

Distance 0.5 miles (0.8 km)
Ashby Castle forms the backdrop to the famous jousting scenes in Sir Walter Scott's classic novel of 1819, Ivanhoe. Now a ruin, the castle began as a manor house in the 12th century and only achieved castle status in the 15th century, by which time the hall and buttery had been enlarged, with a solar to the east and a large, integral kitchen added to the west. In 1474, Lord Hastings, the Lord Chamberlain to Edward IV, constructed the chapel and the keep, Hastings Tower – a castle within a castle.Ashby has hosted royal visitors – notably Mary, Queen of Scots, twice imprisoned here, and James I, who attended masques and lavish entertainments.

Stephenson College - University

Stephenson College - University

Distance 5.38 miles (8.61 km)
Stephenson College has four campuses across Leicestershire, based at Coalville, Nottingham, Leicester and Derby. The College conducts several basic and adult education courses, including Teacher Training courses. The course offerings are Accounting, Administration and Office Skills, Animal Care, Art and Design, Beauty Therapy, Business Management and Personnel, Health Studies and Counselling, Computing, Information Technology, Construction and Building Trades, Engineering, Gas and Oil, Hairdressing, Languages, Motor Vehicle, Sport and Coaching, Sustainable Energy and Travel and Tourism. There are special classes for disabled students.

Donington Exhibition Centre - Exhibition

Donington Exhibition Centre - Exhibition

Distance 6.91 miles (11.05 km)
Donington Park is one of the most centrally located venues to serve the whole of the UK and is situated where the three counties of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire meet. It offers unrivalled accessibility for business clients as well as offering a general public catchment area in excess of 5 million people within an hours drive and we have a wide range of conference and exhibition facilities together with full corporate hospitality and business incentive activities. Our facilities vary from a meeting room for 10 to 2500 seated theatre style. All of the Parks facilities have full catering, bar and toilet facilities as well as free adjacent vehicle parking.

Donington Park - Castle Donington - Exhibition

Donington Park - Castle Donington - Exhibition

Distance 6.91 miles (11.05 km)
Opened in 1931, Donington Park is one of Britain's most popular racing circuits. It is the home of the British Motorcycle Grand Prix (MotoGP) and also plays host to rounds of the British Touring Car Championship, British Formula 3 Championship, British GT Championship, Le Mans Series, and British Superbike Championship. The circuit uses tracks and paths in the parkland at the front of Donington Hall. Initially, it was used only for motorcycle racing. It wasn't long, however, before Fred Craner, a local garage owner and secretary of the Derby and District Motor Club, had persuaded the Sheilds family, who owned Donington Hall, to also allow car racing. To make this possible, the circuit was resurfaced and extended by 1933.