Known as the “Birthplace of the Tudor Dynasty” Stoke Golding has played an important part in the English history. Stoche Achre is just a short walk from the local village amenities including a shop, a village hall, a GP surgery and three traditional pubs. There’s an array of wonderful local parks and nature trails for you to enjoy, whether you are into sport, long dog walks or relaxing with a picnic. You’re close to both Stoke Golding Park and Market Bosworth Country Park, plus the peaceful Ashby Canal.
Stoke Golding is an excellent location for families with children. St. Peter’s Pre-school, Bright Horizons Day Nursery, and Richmond Playgroup are rated ‘Outstanding’. The Dorothy Goodman School for students with special educational needs is rated ‘Outstanding’. The village has a primary school and a secondary school both of which have an Ofsted rating of ‘Good’. Degree-level students have access to two universities in Leicester: The University of Leicester and De Montfort University.
You are close to the M69 and A5, allowing easy access to Leicester. You can also commute to Coventry in 28 minutes or Birmingham in 40 minutes.
Hinckley is a market town, south-west of Leicestershire between the cities of Leicester and Coventry. As well as a leisure centre, library, multiplex cinema, and restaurants you can stroll down pedestrianised Castle Street for a mix of independent shops and national retailers. The Black Horse in Hinckley has a reputation for great live music and a friendly atmosphere while Just the Tonic and Hanson Hall host comedy nights. Or you can catch a play at The Little Theatre and the modern Curve Theatre. For even more entertainment and shopping, the bright lights of Leicester are just 16 miles away.
In Leicester, you can choose from cocktail lounges, chain bars, gastropubs, and a diverse range for nightclubs. Highcross is the glamourous heart of Leicester and home to one of the country’s most popular shopping destinations. With more than 80 stores spanning high street favourites and premium designer brands, it is the city’s go-to shopping centre. Leicester boasts Europe’s largest covered market, which dates back 700 years and sell fresh produce, clothes, second-hand books, and bric-a-brac.