Chauffeur Service In Woodhouse Eaves
The charming Leicestershire village of Woodhouse Eaves is one of the most sought after villages to live in. The village is located just ten minutes away from the M1 and is the perfect stopover destination for business and leisure travellers alike.
Popular Places to Visit in Woodhouse Eaves
Popular places to visit in Woodhouse Eaves includes Beaumanor Hall. Dating back to the 1800s, Beaumanor Hall, was requisitioned by the War Office in World War II. Throughout the war the Hall was used as a secret listening station to intercept encrypt enemy signals, before being bought in the 70s by the council. So why not visit and learn about the fascinating Wold War II history in more detail with a tour. And you can even finish off your day with bottomless brunch, afternoon tea or a simple cuppa.
For nature lovers, why not enjoy the local parks and forests including Charnwood Forest, Bradgate Park and Swithland Woods, all a mecca for cyclists, joggers and walkers. In addition, there are a variety of restaurants, local pubs and shops to enjoy in the village so why not pay a visit to Woodhouse Eaves.
Where to Stay
Enjoy the comfort and flexibility of a home, with the luxury of a boutique hotel by staying at Paterson House located in the heart of Woodhouse Eaves. Why not enjoy a massage or relax in the luxury state of the art en-suite. Located a little further away is the 5 star Keeps Lodge, a bed and breakfast where you can enjoy luxurious king size beds, with fluffy Egyptian cotton towels. A full English breakfast the next morning will be sure to set you up for the day.
Where to Eat
There are variety of pubs to choose from in Woodhouse Eaves include The Pear Tree, which first opened in 1884 and boasts a diverse menu of freshly cooked innovative and contemporary dishes, such as duck risotto and chicken katsu burgers. The Old Bulls Head is nestled deep in the idyllic English village of Woodhouse Eaves and is a premium pub, restaurant and bar. With its deliciously tempting menus, laid-back atmosphere, and contemporary interiors, dining in comfort and style is the ultimate way to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. So why not sample the afternoon delights by taking afternoon tea, featuring petite fours, warmed scones and miniature brioche rolls. And for those who are feeling naughty upgrade to champagne, cocktails or prosecco instead of tea.
But if premium food isn’t your bag why not visit The Curzo Arms, serving proper pub grub, with wood burning stoves, seasonal British produce and real ale. Alternately there is The Wheatsheaf Inn, which used to be a place for the local slate miners to meet. This pub is ideal for dog walkers, families, riders and friends to enjoy a refreshing drink and a hearty meal. Enjoy the wealth of cosy corners you can escape into. And the crackling wood fire welcoming you on a wintery day, or the courtyard garden is ideal to relax in summer.
Travelling to Woodhouse Eaves
Woodhouse Eaves is easy to get to by car. And the East Midlands Airport is only a sixteen-minute drive away. So why not book one of our VIP chauffeurs to come to pick you up from the airport? We have a variety of options, you can choose from including airport chauffeurs, for private clients and businesses which can include meet-and-greet VIP transfers. If you’re interested in sight seeing we can also help.