Glebe House Muston26 Church Lane, Nottingham, Leicestershire, NG13 0FD, England
Classic Country house hospitality
Arriving along a tree-lined driveway, you will be warmly welcomed by your hosts Carole and Andrew and perhaps the friendly cat, Felix. You can’t help but feel instantly ‘at home’. Enjoy tea and cakes (home baking is a true specialty here) in the splendidly comfortable Music Room with its grand fireplace before unwinding and relaxing in the sumptuous luxury of your bed and breakfast room.
Taking inspiration from the house’s Georgian heritage the guest rooms are spacious, light and beautifully decorated and finished with touches so appreciated by Wolsey Lodge guests – luxury linen, toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers.
Outside, the sixteen-acre grounds have magnificent views across to Belvoir Castle and to the Vale, There is an orchard, vegetable garden, paddocks and formal areas to enjoy and relax in, as well as a croquet lawn for the energetic.
- Building of Historical Interest
- Children by Arrangement
- Dinner by Arrangement
- Dogs by Arrangement
- Free Wifi
- Nature Reserve, Wildlife Park/Area
- Places of Historical Interest
- Opening Times: closed occasionally
- Tel: +44 (0) 1949 842 993
- Mob: +44 (0)7947 742413
- Price Range: from £80
Prices are per person, per night, including breakfast
1 King Size (5') Four Poster B&B Room (en suite) - £60 - £95
1 King Size (5') B&B Room (en suite) - £55 - £80
1 Double (4'6") Four Poster or Twin (2 x 3') (private) - £45 - £80
One night supplement - £5
Single Supplement - £15
Discounted rates for 2 nights or more
Supper (2 courses) - £25
Dinner (4 courses) - £35
Both occasionally by prior arrangement
This Leicestershire luxury B&B, which has associations with the poets George Crabbe and Lord Byron, is perfectly placed for Wolsey Lodge guests visiting the Vale of Belvoir, an area of natural beauty on the borders of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, and Lincolnshire. There are wonderful villages, churches and National Trust Properties to discover in this unspoilt part of rural England. Carole and Andrew are full of knowledge about the many local attractions that can be enjoyed. For walkers and cyclists there is the Viking Way and Rutland Water.
"Excellent doesn't cover the high standards we have just received from Andrew & Carole. Warm, friendly, willing, attentive and both very amenable".
Mr S, Nottingham
Andrew & Carole Brownbridge
- Bio : Before their retirement Andrew was Headmaster and Lecturer, but also has been a Civil Servant and Wine Shipper. Carole has a long history in the diplomatic service which saw her travel the world. Together they share a love of choral singing and gardening and of course looking after their Wolsey Lodge B&B guests.