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Places to eat

One of the most popular past times here at Foxton Locks is to sit and watch the boats drift by. Preferably with a cold drink in your hand and good company.

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Our Lock Keepers Cottage Cafe is open at the top of the lock during lock opening times. You'll find hot and cold food, drinks and locally made ice cream available. Plus a few souvenirs and lovely little things to buy in the shop.

At the bottom of the locks, and in Foxton village itself, there are a number of other eateries:

Bridge 61 Pub 

Foxton boat trips courtesy Richard BoylesBridge 61 is at the bottom of the locks sells hot and cold food, tea, coffee and alcoholic drinks. They have a large beer garden and in the summer offer free use of their BBQ. Plus this is where you can catch the local boat trip from.


Bottom Lock, Gumley Rd, Nr Market Harborough, Leicestershire, LE16 7RA. Call: 0116 279 2285, website: www.foxtonboats.co.uk/bride-61-pub/

Foxton Locks Inn 

Other boat trips at FoxtonAlso the bottom of the locks, Foxton Locks Inn sells hot and cold meals, tea, coffee and alcoholic drinks. They have an extensive enclosed heated conservatory, which opens up in the summer. Also there is a small function room to hire. They have extensive beer garden overlooking the canal.


Bottom Lock, Gumley Road, Foxton, Market Harborough, LE16 7RA. Call: 0116 279 1515, website: www.restaurantfoxtonlocks.co.uk

Black Horse 

Foxton Locks local pubBased in Foxton village 50 yards from canal at bridge 3 on the Market Harborough Arm.

Main Street, Foxton, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, LE16 7RD. Call: 01858 545250, website: www.theblackhorsefoxton.co.uk


Texas Steak House 

Foxton village place to eatOn the main street in Foxton village. 500 yards from canal at bridge 3 on the Market Harborough Arm.

60 Main Stree,t Market Harborough, Leicestershire, LE16 7RB. Call: 01858 545964, website: www.texassteakhouse.co.uk


Last date edited: 24 March 2017