The Three Swans Hotel Market Harborough

A warm welcome awaits you ………………

Whether you are looking for the ideal location for your overnight stay, your conference, your wedding or your family celebration Best Western The Three Swans Hotel is the perfect venue.

The 16th century coaching inn blends traditional hospitality with the comfort of a modern hotel and has been providing excellent food and warm hospitality for many years.

The hotel has easy links to the motorways and major road networks and is close to the local railway station which has mainline services to London and the North.

* 61 bedrooms
* 9 conference rooms
* Event rooms for 170 people
* 3 private dining rooms
* Licenced for civil ceremonies
* The Swans Restaurant
* The Conservatory
* Fothergill’s Bar

The Three Swans Hotel History

Best Western The Three Swans Hotel is a former coaching Inn. It 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 era, when visited by King Charles 1 the day before the famous battle of Naseby in 1645. In 1688, Queen Anne, while still Princess of Denmark, stayed in Market Harborough with the hotel providing lodgings for her considerable entourage, including the Earl of Dorset and the Bishop of London.

The earliest reference found for the hotel, which also makes it clear just how old was its association as an Inn, was the will of Richard Cade, 27th November 1517. Published records show that the hotel was the pick-up point and stop over for the prestigious thrice-weekly London coach run and postal service as early as 1765.

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