Rothley Park Golf Club, Westfield Lane, Rothley, Leicestershire LE7 7LH

Local Attractions

Rothley Station was constructed as part of the ninety-two mile  “London Extension” of the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway.  In 1897, the company adopted the now familiar name “Great Central Railway”, and the new line opened to passenger traffic on 15th March 1899.  The station was built to the standard London Extension country station layout with a single island platform between two running lines, with pedestrian access provided via a staircase from the road bridge which crosses the line. On the platform, the waiting rooms, booking office, and toilet buildings were provided. A modest goods yard, with goods shed and coal store was on the east side of the station.

Rothley Wine Estate

“Kingfishers’ Pool Vineyard lies on a gentle south facing slope on the bank of the Rothley Brook, a tributary of the River Soar. Vines were planted gradually over a few years and there are currently about 1100 vines of differing varieties and ages. It takes five years for a vine to reach full maturity, so our harvests will gradually increase in volume over the years. Still wine is made on site in Rothley, and sparkling at Halfpenny Green Vineyard near Wolverhampton.”

– Taken from their website.

North's Deli

Cheesemongers, Delicatessen & Patisserie based in Rothley

Bradgate Park

Bradgate Park and Swithland Wood Country Park, Leicestershire, is run by the Bradgate Park Trust Charity. Bradgate Park is a public park in Charnwood Forest, in Leicestershire, England, northwest of Leicester. It covers 850 acres (340 hectares). The park lies between the villages of Newtown Linford, Anstey, Cropston, Woodhouse Eaves and Swithland.

– Taken from their website.

The Woodman's Stroke

Welcome to The Woodies – a nice pub for nice people. Our family-run free house is set in the picturesque village of Rothley in the heart of rural Leicestershire

John's House

Introducing Johns House; Leicestershire’s only Michelin Starred restaurant.

Chef John Duffin has returned to the family farm in Mountsorrel, after many years working in some of the country’s top Michelin starred restaurants, to open an exciting fine dining restaurant in Mountsorrel: John’s House.

– Taken from their website.

Goscote Nurseries

Goscote Nurseries has been growing and sourcing plants from all corners of the world for 50 years. We have the largest selection of hardy plants in the Midlands and have gained a national reputation for supplying quality trees and shrubs, many of which are rare or unusual.