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Kilworth House Luxury Hotel – The Opera Show

By 27th July 2010 No Comments
Kilworth House Hotel

Kilworth House luxury Hotel – The Opera Show

Kilworth House hotel in Leicestershire, offers luxury accommodation and fantastic food in the buildings of a glorious grade II listed Italianate family home.

The Kilworth House Theatre is located in a beautiful wooded glade close to the lake in the grounds of this luxury hotel and from Wednesday the 1st of September to Sunday the 12th of September will be staging The Opera Show.

‘The Opera Show’ presents the most beautiful music ever written, performed in a spectacular and 21st century showcase. Mitch Sebastian’s production is startling and fresh, with choreography animating great works of classical music. The result is an enchanted world where the music is brought to life in an evening that will delight opera enthusiasts and newcomers alike. For more information on this spectacular theatre visit theKilworth House website.

Take advantage of this amazing theatre, eat in the beautiful Victorian Orangery and enjoy the luxury rooms found in this country house.

For a trip to Leicestershire this winter, remember to pack creativity and a sense of adventure. Extra clothing would not hurt either. Located in the centre of England, the country offers a number of outdoor and cultural attractions. Online travel deals are plentiful for people seeking a unique getaway.

A Brief History Of Leicestershire

Leicestershire first appeared in public records around 1087. The county was originally a series of administrative districts known as wapentakes, later converted into hundreds. Leicestershire is a derivative of Leicester, a city that once served as administrative centre for the entire area. Leicester unitary authority became an independent entity in 1997, with county halls for both locations situated approximately three miles apart from one another. Cuisine, attire and livestock produced in Leicestershire are highly prized by many.

There are a total of eight districts within Leicestershire county, including Leicester. Each is home to a series of treasures waiting to be discovered. Popular outdoor attractions include:

Twinlakes Family Theme Park

Twinlakes offers a variety of entertainment in the Melton section of the county. The park is home to rides, mazes and a farm. Indoor options allow the facility to remain open even during harsh winter weather that is extremely common in the area. A winter wonderland attraction commemorates the holiday season with reindeer feedings and an indoor ice skating rink.

National Forest

The visitors centre in Moira, Leicestershire has information on attractions in the National Forest. Explore snow covered trees in one of England’s largest reforestation projects on foot, horseback or bike. Points of interest include the Ashby Canal, Claymills Victorian Pumping Station and Bradgate Park. Wildlife observation is an overwhelmingly popular activity.

Or stay out of the cold with a visit to the following indoor attractions:

Melton Carnegie Museum

The Melton Carnegie Museum in Melton, Mowbray is home to a complete history of the Leicestershire area. In 2002, a $798,905.81 United States dollar (USD) refurbishment project allowed the museum to incorporate more hunting elements into their collection, including a fox-hunt display.

National Space Centre

Located in Leicester, the National Space Centre remains one of the premier visitor attractions in the United Kingdom. In addition to six exhibition areas, the facility is also home to the largest planetarium in the country. Many guests get a kick out of the restaurant, strategically placed between two rocket nozzles.

Restaurants, Pubs

Enjoy traditional holiday favourites at a local food establishment. Sample local cheese, called Red Leicester, or stop in a local pub for pork pie. Wash it down with a glass of Melton Mowbray Sloe Gin, produced with locally grown fruits. Places like The Olive Branch, Hambleton Hall and the Queen’s Head Hotel are frequented by tourists and locals.

Live Performances

A number of live performances are held during the holiday season. Orchestral performances, tribute bands and musical theatre are common throughout the area. The holiday season brings family-friendly bonfire nights, complete with fireworks and refreshments.

Find discounted flights to the local airport in Leicester through online booking agencies. Vacation packages offer a family of four admission to three popular attractions, overnight accommodations and breakfast. Shop around in order to obtain the best deals.

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