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New Eatery Open Now

New Eatery Open Now


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At the Three Swans Hotel you can experience an exciting assortment of dishes in our brand new Eatery, which reopened on April 24th.

From Artisan Sandwiches to Seasonal Mains and Classic Dishes, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Our expert chefs can cater for private dining in one of our brand new Oak Room, which can easily seat 14.

In the downstairs eatery there is a new bar serving inside and out, with an exciting list of drinks, including cocktails!

Above the eatery is the Grand Room, which features a number of beautiful chandeliers, and can accommodate up to 60 for public or private dining. If you’re looking for a more relaxed environment the balcony room overlooks the bar and has big comfy sofas and wingback chairs.

The new eatery is also complemented by the refreshed al fresco dining area and courtyard, perfect for catching some sun with great food and our exotic cocktails.

Summer Menu Goes Live

Summer Menu Goes Live


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Summertime is here and so are our new seasonal menus. With exciting new flavours, fresh culinary ideas and our classic tastes - the summer menu will really get your taste buds tingling.


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Hotel Information

Hotel Information


The Three Swans Hotel

21 High Street,
Market Harborough,
Leicestershire,
LE16 7NJ
Telephone : 01858 466644
Email: threeswans@innmail.co.uk

The Three Swans Hotel, Market Harborough, is a former coaching inn and has been offering a warm welcome to travellers and diners for over 500 years. It is as comfortable, welcoming and elegant today as it was in its coaching heyday, when visited by King Charles I the day before the famous battle of Naseby in 1645.

The former 16th century coaching inn blends traditional hospitality with the comfort of a modern hotel and has been providing excellent food, drink and warm hospitality for many years. The hotel is perfectly placed in the centre of the historic market town of Market Harborough and has its own large car park.

For satellite navigation, please enter the postcode LE16 9QQ, this is located at the rear of the hotel and is accessed via Fairfield Road.

Bedrooms - 59
Dog allowed
Disabled room and toilets available
Free Wifi
Families Welcome
Food Served All Day in our restaurant
Coffee Shop in house

History

History


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For over 500 years, Market Harborough’s Three Swans Hotel has offered a warm welcome to guests, travellers and diners. A former coaching inn, it dates back to as early as 1517, when it was known simply as ‘Ye Signe of Swanne’. Many famous guests, such as King Charles I and Queen Anne have been welcomed through its doors.

The former 16th century coaching inn blends traditional hospitality with the comfort of a modern hotel and has been providing excellent food, drink and warm hospitality for over 500 hundred years. The hotel is perfectly placed in the centre of the historic market town of Market Harborough and has its own large car park. There are easy links to local motorways and major road networks, and it is close to the town’s railway station which has mainline services to London and the North.

It is as comfortable, welcoming and elegant today as it was in its coaching heyday, when visited by King Charles I the day before the famous battle of Naseby in 1645. In 1688, Queen Anne, whilst still Princess of Denmark, stayed in Market Harborough, when the hotel provided lodgings for her and her considerable entourage, including the Earl of Dorset and the Bishop of London.

Awards and Reviews

Awards and Reviews


Three Swans reviews

2015 - Awarded the London Stock Exchange top 1000 Companies to inspire Britain.
2015 - Winner of the Certificate of Excellence Award – Tripadvisor

2014 Winner of Best Wedding Venue in Northamptonshire – Weddingdates award
2014 The Coaching Inn Group - Chef of the Year

2013 Winner of the Certificate of Excellence Award – Tripadvisor
2013 Leicester College Young Apprentice of the Year Award
2013 East Midlands in Bloom – Gold



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