What makes a great day out? For you, perhaps it's family fun and activities with the kids. Bosworth Water Park, The Battlefield Line Steam railway and the Country Park offer great family activities. Maybe you'd prefer to imbibe Market Bosworth's history and heritage on a walking tour of the town, or get out and about and explore the fresh air in the countryside following one of the many walks including the Leicestershire Round.
Bosworth in Bloom has won many Regional and National accolades over the last 33 years and the floral displays are especially stunning during late spring through to Autumn.
No matter what your preference or how you want to spend your day or your short break this season, you'll find plenty of things to do in and around Market Bosworth that perfectly suit your mood.
HARRY & SALLY' 43' cruiser stern DAYBOAT
Take a quiet cruise along the tranquil, rural, and lockless Ashby Canal. Perfect for special celebrations, birthdays, business away days and holiday treats.
Warks CV13 6PG
Available Spring-Autumn for full days (9.30 am – 5 pm) or half days (9.30 am – 1 pm or 1.30 pm – 5 pm Monday to Fridays and excluding Bank Holidays).
Capacity 2-12 people self steering or up to 11 people plus our friendly helpful skipper
Self-guided electric bike holidays around Market Bosworth and the National Forest
Tel: 01530 417482 / 07970 907976
Our easy self-guided electric bike cycling holidays are perfect for gentle adventurers, looking for a relaxing and fun holiday. Undiscovered by mass tourism, the peaceful countryside is packed with things to explore.
Every cycling holiday includes hire of top quality electric bikes, equipped with Sat-Nav, lovely accommodation, daily luggage transfer between hotels, a detailed route to follow at your own pace and local support, should you need a helping hand. Local experts, we're always happy to share our favourite secret places with guests.
Cycling holidays range from 2 to 6 nights, with routes to suit all interests. Enjoy a steam train ride through the lovely English countryside. Learn about the death of King Richard III and the dramatic discovery of his remains. You can even combine your holiday with a barge trip or learn a new rural craft or skill.
Contact us on above for more information and availability.