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Tel code: 01572 | code search
Postcode: LE15 | code search
Population: 3300
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Marquess of Exeter Hotel
"We had a wonderful dinner here the staff were wonderful, especially the very tall young man called Jason, he did everything to make our night a night and meal to ..." More

Travelodge Uppingham Morcott
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Uppingham is one of only three towns in the tiny rural county of Rutland. It can be found along the A47 between Leicester and Peterborough, about six miles to the south of Rutland's county town of Oakham. Uppingham has always been well known for Uppingham School, the independent seat of learning, founded in 1584. The school claims to have the largest playing fields of any school in the country (a claim contested by Christ's Hospital). The school bought even more fame to the town when it was recently used as a backdrop for parts of a Harry Potter film. The school has its memorial hall off High Street West, which has a magnificent roof and a collection of historical treasures including the school's original charter bearing the royal seal of Queen Elizabeth I. This small market town is wonderfully picturesque, with its stone buildings and myriad of pubs, antique shops, second hand book shops and tea rooms. Market day is on Friday, where stall holders have been coming to trade since the thirteenth century. The names of streets and buildings around the town centre give many clues as to their rich history. For more history you can also visit the nearby Rockingham Castle, built by William the Conqueror.


Cumulo Accountancy & Taxation Ltd
Philip Daulby
Phoenix Financial Services


Lyddington Bede House


Travelodge Uppingham Morcott *book online*


St Peter & St Paul


R M Allen
R M Pancholi/M P Gokani


Dr May DR & Partners


Falcon Hotel
Marquess of Exeter Hotel
Old Pheasant


Uppingham Farmers Market
Uppingham Market

Performing Arts

Rutland Sinfonia Orchestra

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Cross Keys
Don Paddy's
The Crown Inn
Wagon & Horses


Uppingham School


Alexander Crombie
Simmonds Grant


Eco Green Taxis


Rutland Veterinary Centre Ltd

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Uppingham Town (Amateur Football)
Uppingham Town CC (Cricket)


Simply Scrumptious
The Olive Kitchen
Hoagies 2 Sandwich Bar
Forest Books
Made Gallery
Woodbine Contemporary Arts
Rubinstein Keightley Ltd
Goldmark Gallery

Marc Oxley Fine Art


Junk & Disorderly
Garners - Fine Art, Antiques & Interiors
Uppingham Antiques Centre
Rutland Antiques Centre
Mark Gilbert Antiques

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Falcon Hotel (0.13 miles)

Falcon Hotel

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The Falcon Hotel at Uppingham welcomes business travellers and leisure guests alike - offering hospitality in the traditional sense. The Falcon Hotel originally a renowned 16th century coaching inn of great ... More

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Lake Isle Hotel & Restaurant (0.15 miles)

Lake Isle Hotel & Restaurant

This 18th Century personally run town house hotel and restaurant is situated in the pretty market town of Uppingham. The hotel is ideally placed for exploring all of the attractions in Rutland.
In the summer, sit ... More | visit website

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Marquess of Exeter Hotel (1.70 miles)

Marquess of Exeter Hotel
Situated at the heart of England's most beautiful countryside in Rutland.
Staying at the Marquess of Exeter is a uniquely relaxing experience.
This is an established family run hotel with excellent facilities.
A former 16th ... More | visit website
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Old Pheasant (1.91 miles)

Old Pheasant

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All the accommodation provided in the hotel is en-suite comprising a combined bath and shower unit, washbasin and toilet. the rooms are bright and tastefully decorated, with all the usual ... More

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Kings Arms Inn & Restaurant (2.54 miles)

Kings Arms Inn & Restaurant

The Kings Arms lies in the peaceful and quaint village of Wing. The Inn is ideally situated as a base for visiting the surrounding market towns of Oakham, Uppingham and Stamford. Rutland water is only ... More | visit website

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The Old Rectory (3.21 miles)

The Old Rectory

Welcome to the Old Rectory in the quiet conservation village of Belton located just off the A47, 5 mins from Uppingham, halfway between Leicester and Peterborough
- Probably the best value B&B in Rutland. 4 ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Uppingham Morcott (3.46 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Spanhoe Lodge (3.51 miles)

Spanhoe Lodge
Jennie & Steve assure you of a very warm welcome at their home in the picturesque rural East of England. Set in the Welland Valley in the heart of Rockingham Forest, we are the only ... More | visit website
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America Lodge (3.84 miles)

America Lodge
America Lodge is a beautiful 19th century farmhouse available to rent in England's smallest county Set overlooking the Chater valley with views of classic rolling English countryside in a charming and secluded setting with ... More | visit website
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The Old Plough (4.72 miles)

The Old Plough

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A unique picturesque 18th century inn situated close to Rutland Water, only 1 mile from the county town of Oakham. The Old Plough is within easy reach of Nottingham, Peterborough and ... More

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