Harboro Hotel
49 Burton Street
Melton Mowbray
LE13 1AF
(01664) 560121


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Harboro Hotel  

The Harboro Hotel has been part of historic Melton Mowbray for over 200 years and was recently refurbished. Fromt he outside it still has the eighteenth century coaching inn character. Inside it has gone all modern "Friends" style with light stained wood and leather-style sofas. You enter facing the bar which is surprisingly small and can get quite busy art weekends as Burton Road is the drinking road of Melton. On the bar you will find at least two guest real ales on tap from far and wide. You will also find at least two genuine Belgian beers on draught - like Timmermans Peche and Liefmans Kriek. These are all well kept and served in the correct glasses (please don't steal them or no one gets the proper experience in future). The stools at the bar make it difficult to navigate, but I suppose appeases the locals. There is a raised seating area facing the bar which looked a little bare on this visit. To the left of the bar is a door to the garden and car park. The seating area to the left of the bar has the "friends" sofas and there is a split level area by the window. This can be OK for large groups, but difficult if you want an intimate drink with someone. The pub also has a no smoking area at lunchtimes.

Food is served here all week except Sunday evening. The choices are traditional with burgers, pizza and steak, but the prices are keen and the portions good. Service is quick and efficient. You can eat in the bar or the restaurant.

There is accommodation here in 26 en-suite rooms. They were not seen on this trip, but we are told they comfortable.

Access is easy as the railway station is a two minute walk away, plus there are good bus links to Loughborough, Leicester, Nottingham and Grantham.



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b&b, beer, food, disabled access, beer garden, no smoking, music, kids, car park, train 


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