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Campbells Guest House

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1.9km from city centre - Show on Map
8.4
Fabulous 20
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Campbell's Guest House is just a few minutes walk from the heart of the City of Leicester, close to The King Power Stadium [LCFC] and Welford Road Leicester Tigers Stadium.... More...

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We have 1 hostel in Leicester with an average rating of 8.4 based on 22 reviews 1 of 1 properties available in Leicester

About Leicester

Leicester, in the heart of England, is full of intriguing history, large leafy parks – and spacecraft. You can almost travel through time here, from discovering King Richard III's story to going beyond our planet at the National Space Centre. Wander among ancient woodlands or try diving in the flooded quarry at Stoney Cove to spot fish and sunken ships. Leicester is well known for its residents' diverse cultures too, with a varied collection of cuisine in the city's thriving food scene and a vibrant Caribbean Carnival each summer.

Make exploring the city easier by choosing a Leicester hostel in the centre. At most places you can expect handy freebies like towels and sheets, as well as free Wi-Fi to keep you connected to those back home. For a sociable stay, look for hostels in Leicester with a common room or a garden and an outdoor terrace, where you can take advantage of sunnier days.

Leicester has an eclectic range of neighbourhoods to explore. Stroll along the Golden Mile for authentic Indian cuisine, colourful sweets and shops selling intricately embroidered saris. In the Cultural Quarter, textile factories have been repurposed as cool social clubs and independent bars, with the contemporary Curve Theatre slotting in beside them. For food, the mile-long Narborough Road is a must. Named by some as the most diverse street in England, here you can feast on Polish deli treats, platters of Turkish meze and typical English fish and chips.

From King Richard III's burial site (discovered under a car park) to futuristic galactic travel, there's lots to see in Leicester. Fans of astronomy can visit the National Space Centre, while music lovers have a choice of live venues, from the theatre of De Montfort Hall for international acts to pubs that showcase emerging local talent. For a break from the city, head to the 850-acre Bradgate Park, where wild deer and peacocks roam freely among the crumbling ruins of royal residences.

If you're flying in, Leicester is closest to East Midlands Airport. From here, you can jump on the hourly Skylink bus to the city centre's St Margaret's Bus Station. You can also catch local buses from here, as well as the Haymarket Bus Station, to get around the city and its surrounding villages. Leicester train station has links to London's St Pancras (a 2-hour journey). The centre of Leicester is fairly compact, making it easy to walk between sights and neighbourhoods.