Whatoff Lodge is a quiet site on a working farm with lovely views of the Charnwood countryside. The site is a large field with plenty of room. New modern showers installed 2016, toilets and washing up area. A recent addition is an indoor room with wood burning stove suitable for functions, meetings or relaxing. ** Free Wi-Fi now available from April 2016**
Charnwood Forest and Great Central Railway are both in walking distance. Other attractions further afield include Bosworth battle field, Bradgate Park and the home of Lady Jane Grey, Belvoir castle, Swithland Reservoir (great for bird watchers) plus the attractions of Leicester and Nottingham.
From the South Leave M1 at Junction 21a on A46 then A6 Loughborough. On A6 go straight on at first roundabout. Turn left at second roundabout and turn right at first traffic lights (Woodhouse B591). Go up the hill and over railway bridge. The entrance is 50 metres after the bridge on the right. From the North Leave M1 at Junction 23 (A512 towards Loughborough). Turn right at first traffic lights (sp Nanpantan). Straight across next traffic lights then left at T junction towards Woodhouse. Continue down the hill. Just before you reach the Quorn sign the entrance is on the left.
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