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The vineyard at Goadby
The Area

The village of Goadby Marwood is a picturesque village just to the north of Melton Mowbray in leafy Leicestershire.

Situated near the Vale of Belvoir ('Belvoir' from the Norman word for 'beautiful view'), an area of outstanding natural beauty and home of the famous Melton Mowbray pork pies and Stilton cheese. The Vale is overlooked by Belvoir Castle, a major local tourist attraction with an impressive diary of events held throughout the year.

The village is dominated by Goadby Hall, a private dwelling formerly owned by the Duke of Rutland. The house and grounds host occasional open days and fishing is permitted on the lakes by prior arrangment with the game-keeper.

Some of the buildings in Goadby Marwood village, including Goadby Hall, date back to the 16th century and the village Church of St Denys dates back even earlier to the 1200's. In the nearby village of Waltham on the Wolds, approximately 1.5 miles to the south, there are two public houses, both of which serve food.

The Plots

Micro farm Micro paddock
Vineyard Water views
Orchard Woodland

The Life

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The approach to Goadby Marwood village
Meadow land at Goadby Marwood
The Marquis of Granby Pub
St Denys in Goadby Marwood
Local speciality
The Royal Horseshoes Pub
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