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The Harboro Hotel - In Administration  
Buton Street, Melton Mowbray, LE13 1AF, United Kingdom, Europe.
A Fixture In Historic Melton Mowbray For Over 200 Years, The Harboro Hotel Offers Comfortable Accommodation In 26 Well-Equipped En Suite Rooms. All Of The Hotel’S 26 Rooms Have A Tv, Tea/Coffee Making Facilities And Direct Dial Telephones. The Busy Bar Offers A Wide Range Of Tradition Ales, Which Can Be Enjoyed Whilst Relaxing In The Lounge On The Comfortable Leather Sofas.

 Hotel Rooms:  26
Room Availability
Arrival Date :     No.Of Nights : No.Of Rooms :
 Hotel Facilities
* Parking
* Darts
* Restaurant
* Internet Services
* Pets Allowed
* Packed Lunches
* Bar
* Fax/Photocopying
* Non-Smoking Rooms
* Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN
* Free Parking
* Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included
* Safety Deposit Box
Room Facilities :
* Shower
* TV
* Bath
* Telephone
* Toilet
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 Room Details
*   Double Room
*   Twin Room
 Hotel Policies
Check-In : From 15:00 - 23:00 hours
Check-Out : Until 08:00 - 11:00 hours

Payment We Accept : American Express,Maestro,Solo,Switch,Visa,Euro/Mastercard

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 Area Information : Melton Mowbray is a bustling market town and the area is famed for its local delicacies. Stilton "The King of Cheeses" and pork pies are both made here. Melton market is one of the busiest markets in England, and is the only Leicestershire market recorded by the Domesday Survey of 1086. Large street markets are held in the market place on Tuesdays and Saturdays, with small craft markets each Wednesday. The Cattle Market moved to its present Scalford Road site in 1870. Visitors are welcome to visit free of charge on a Tuesday, the market runs from 8.00am - 3.30pm throughout the year. St Mary''s Church dates back from 1170 and is said to be the stateliest and most impressive of all Leicestershire churches. Cathedral-sized, it has a 100-foot tower and impressive stained glass windows. Sir Malcolm Sargent began his career here as organist and choirmaster. Also in the town: Theatre and cinema Outdoor and indoor bowls Indoor and outdoor tennis courts Farm park and 140 acre country park Swimming pool, sauna and gymnasium Canal boat trips and fishing Museum and library
 Hotel Information : For moments of relaxation, you can unwind with a drink in the friendly bar.
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