Eye Kettleby Lakes Touring Park is a 5-star touring park set in 150 acres of quiet, Leicestershire countryside.
61 all-weather pitches are laid around a decorative lake, while campers enjoy open country views from a grassed area.
Facilities are provided at both ends of the park by 3 deluxe amenity blocks.
An impressive log building houses reception, breakfast room and clubhouse, all separated from the adult touring park by the large mature fishing lakes which attracts anglers from across Leicestershire.
Eye Kettleby Lakes Touring Park has something to appeal to every guest.
Whether it is the peace of the adult touring park, the fishing lakes or a stroll to the clubhouse terrace for a coffee or evening drink, the site has been planned to please all.
Reception stands at the head of a conveniently large car park, 250m from the road.
The adult touring park security barrier is 200m from reception secluded from the rest of the park by coppicing.
All weather touring pitches are laid around a decorative lake.
Each pitch has EHC and fresh water, Superior pitches also benefit from digital TV hook up, grey waste drain and an adjacent grassed/gravel area giving extra awning or picnic space.
RV pitches are 18m long.
Low level park lighting enables guests to move around the site at night.
8 heated privacy rooms provide the luxury you would expect of a hotel rather than a touring park.
Disabled guests have the benefit of a full suite in a large, family sized room.
A separate amenities building houses washing up and laundry facilities and fridge/freezer.
Eye Kettleby Lakes Touring Park is 3 miles from Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire’s ‘capital of food’.
Ordering local ‘take away’ for delivery to the park reception and raising a glass of CAMRA certified ale on the barbecue terrace could be ‘capital’ too.
What’s On Nearby
Start by exploring Eye Kettleby Lakes and the surrounding area.
The 7 fishing lakes available to touring park guests for day fishing are well stocked and offer a wide variety of sport to the hobbyist or competition angler alike.
Lakes are mostly accessible by disabled guests.
Public footpaths cross the park, leading to Melton Mowbray or the village of Frisby on the Wreake.
More information about walking routes can be found at reception.
If you have never tasted a Melton Mowbray pork pie then try one at Ye Olde Pork Pie Shop where you will see the unique way they are baked.
Cheese is another Leicestershire speciality.
Leicestershire is one of only three counties that can sell authentic Stilton.
Not to forget our own tasty Red Leicester cheese on sale at farmer’s markets in Melton Mowbray every Tuesday and Friday mornings.
Street markets are held Tuesday and Saturdays.
East Leicestershire’s rolling agricultural heartland is easy to get around, giving guests the ability to reach many attractions from Eye Kettleby Lakes.
The City of Leicester (16 miles) is one of the Midland’s leading retail and entertainment centers.
Leicester Racecourse offers a great day out with an extensive race calendar.
Leicester is also home to The National Space Centre, a living museum of space artefacts and the science that created them.
The Great Central Railway is the only express steam heritage line in UK, providing the style of a bygone era into a day trip from Leicester to Loughborough.
For guests who enjoy the splendor of stately homes and gardens, Eye Kettleby Lakes is conveniently close to Belvoir and Rockingham Castles, and Burghley and Belton Houses.
How To Find Us
Eye Kettleby Lakes Touring Park is located off the A607, 3 miles South West of Melton Mowbray towards Leicester.
Turn off A607 at the sign for Great Dalby & ‘EKL’.
Keep a look-out for the park drive to your left after 1 mile.
SATNAV is not reliable here.