Multem en Parvo
- So much in so little
England's smallest county is flanked by the larger counties of Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire and has maintained its distinctive identity.
The area is known as a Mini Cotswolds because of the many stone built properties similar to the trendy Gloucestershire.
It is now being discovered by those seeking a place of special charm.
The attraction of Rutland Water (a man made lake) is as a nature reserve & breeding ground for Ospreys and other migrating birds.
It also offers sports such as sailing, windsurfing and a pleasure cruise boat.
Oakham and Uppingham are the main Towns with weekly markets and interesting shopping especially antique shops.
This combination of rural country idyll is the case for KETTON which is the largest village in Rutland and has an impressive church, library, village shop, public houses and a primary school.
Golf enthusiasts have been attracted to the county by the many fine courses within easy reach including
Greetham Valley (3),
Ferry Meadows (the public course near Peterborough)
The Lodge at Ketton
Park Road, Ketton
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