A warm, friendly welcome. Breakfast in bed. To be relaxed to the core. Beautiful countryside.
Ragdale Village Melton Mowbray Leicestershire LE14 3PB 01664 434 831
Situated in the heart of England, and set amongst beautiful rolling countryside, Ragdale Hall is an elegant but not ostentatious country house hotel with a bit of something for everyone, with a wide range of guest rooms, from relatively economy rooms to smart and very spacious suites. Above all it has a fabulous range of facilities, including a popular spa that's open to both hotel guests and day visitors; an excellent restaurant; and a host of activities and outdoor facilities. There are no less than two indoor pools, an outdoor pool, tennis courts, pitch and putt and beautiful gardens, a very well-equipped gym with regular fitness classes, and the fabulous Thermal Spa – a sort of Disneyland for pampered adults, with saunas, pools, healing caves and salt baths. It's the sort of place that you never have to (or want to) leave, and as such it's the perfect place for a relaxing break, with great service that's designed to empty the mind and nurture the body.
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A wide variety of rooms ranging from Economy through Standard to Superior and two suites.
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Two-night midweek breaks from around £300 per person, two-night weekend breaks from £360.
- DVD Players
- Gardens & Grounds
- Spa & Treatments
- TVs with Freeview
- Country House
Visit Ragdale Hall's How to find us page for full details and a map. Go to http://www.ragdalehall.co.uk/info.php/How-to-find-us-19/
Open all year.