The Quorndon Fox
Originally called The Double Necked Swan, which opened in 1740, The Quorndon Fox takes the towns former name. In 1889 Quorndon became Quorn, as its name was frequently confused with another nearby town also called Quarndon. There is a square tower at the end of our gardens, it is said that it was a lookout, so that food could be prepared for approaching guests.
46 High Street, Quorn, Loughborough, Leicestershire,
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