The popular unspoilt Wolds village of Old Dalby in Leicestershire dates back to the 12th century. Set around a picturesque village green, with stunning views over the Vale of Belvoir, Old Dalby offers a traditional environment with delightful character properties, barn conversions and cottages.

The active local community supports a church, pre-school and primary school, village hall, retirement home, pub and a popular brewery and eatery, plus a variety of groups, including netball, cricket, Scouts and singing.

The arts are well supported locally with a theatre and small cinema in nearby Melton Mowbray, whilst the surrounding cities offer larger venues attracting national acts and performances.

The historic town of Melton Mowbray, famous for pork pies and stilton cheese, has claimed the title of ‘Rural Capital of Food’, hosting a number of food and drink festivals throughout the year.

Sports and leisure facilities are also well catered for locally, with several golf courses, equestrian centres, a swimming pool, gym and a snooker club.

A popular location for outdoor enthusiasts, the county is full of an abundance of footpaths, trails, country parks and bridleways while in the adjoining county, Rutland Water provides excellent cycling, fishing and a number of water sport facilities.

Register your interest today in these wonderful family homes situated in the beautiful village of Old Dalby.