Ullesthorpe is a small village in south Leicestershire, England. It has a population of 868. It is known for its windmill which is currently undergoing restoration. The village's name comes from the Scandinavian personal name Úlfr. Traces of the medieval settlement are still visible on the edge of the village.
Local amenities include a primary school, post office, village shop, butcher's, doctors' surgery, hairdressers', garden centre, congregational church, two pubs and a golf course. The village previously had a railway station which was closed in 1962.