Discover Rutland Food and Drink map

Rutland produces some of the very best of British food and drink! A county proud of it’s farming heritage and keen to share the feast of local produce available, Discover Rutland has created a new illustrative map with 2 cycle trails to explore. Not only bursting with amazing food producers, shops and eateries, a variety of beverages also comes pouring out of this small county, living up to the county motto ‘Multum in Parvo’ meaning ‘Much in Little’.

As the cool embrace of autumn sets in, the quaint county of Rutland in the heart of England transforms into a picturesque paradise. With its rolling hills, tranquil waters, and charming villages, Rutland is the perfect place to experience the magic of the season. One of the best ways to immerse yourself in the beauty of autumn is by taking leisurely walks through the county’s stunning landscapes. In this blog, we’ll highlight some of the most enchanting routes for autumn walks in Rutland.

As autumn’s chill starts to creep in, there’s one event that warms up the hearts of many – Bonfire Night! Also known as Guy Fawkes Night, this age-old British tradition is a celebration of the failed Gunpowder Plot of 1605, marked with stunning fireworks, bonfires, and dazzling displays. Rutland, with its stunning natural landscapes and rich history, is no exception. In this blog, we’ll explore some of the best places to enjoy firework displays in Rutland this Bonfire Night

As the leaves turn vibrant shades of red and gold and a crisp chill fills the air, October half-term in Rutland offers a splendid opportunity to embrace the autumn season and celebrate Halloween in style. Nestled in the heart of England, Rutland is known for its picturesque landscapes, charming villages, and a rich history that comes alive during this time of year. Whether you’re looking for family-friendly activities, outdoor adventures, or spooky Halloween festivities, Rutland has something for everyone. Join us as we explore some of the best things to do in and around Rutland during the October half-term and Halloween celebrations.


Nestled in the heart of England, Rutland offers a charming blend of picturesque landscapes and a burgeoning culinary scene that beckons food and drink enthusiasts. Whether you’re a local seeking new flavours or a traveller in search of gastronomic delights, Rutland has something for everyone. In this blog post, we’ll take you on a delectable journey through some of the must-visit places to eat and drink in Rutland.

It’s been said that ‘…time wasted at the beach is time well spent’. Just because Rutland is land-locked, doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the joys of being beside the seaside; lazing on the beach, building sandcastles and burying willing family members. Once you’ve dusted off from your sandy shenanigans, there’s plenty more to see and do with the little (and big) ones in Rutland and the surrounding area. Don’t forget your picnic and a change of clothes!

Did you know, Rutland has a strong historical connection to the Royal Air Force (RAF) and played a small but significant part in the famous ‘Dambusters’ raid of the Second World War?