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Tel code: 01788 | code search
Postcode: CV23 | code search
Population: 170
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Olde Coach House Inn
"Food served here has a very variable quality and the staff have no idea how to deal with the issue of presenting meals that are not edible, I like liver ..." More

Olde Coach House Inn
"We found the Olde Coach House to be beautiful through out, with great service, helpful staff and excellent food all at a very reasonable price. We had an evening meal ..." More

Olde Coach House Inn
"First visit - surly member of staff, bar service so poor that we walked out. Decided to try again as fairly local. Different experience - service quick, all staff helpful ..." More

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The village of Ashby St Ledgers lies close to the A461 Daventry Road in Northamptonshire, about half way between Rugby and Daventry. Ashby St Ledgers is an attractive village with a long history. It was first mentioned in the Domesday Book as Ascebi (Ash tree settlement). During Norman times a church was built and dedicated to St Leodegarius, from which the modern day name St Ledger's is derived. The manor was originally gifted to Hugh de Grentemaisnil by William the Conqueror and passed through several owners before passing to the Catesby family in 1375. It was briefly confiscated in 1485 following the execution of William Catesby, one of Richard III's counsellors, after losing the Battle of Bosworth. The manor was later returned to his son George. It is perhaps most famous, however, for its part in the Gunpowder Plot of 1605. It was centrally located for the plotters and this led to Robert Catesby using it as the 'command centre' for the plot. The Gatehouse, where the conspirators met is now in desperate need of restoration. Other attractions in the area include The Rugby School Museum only about six miles away. Visitors might also enjoy a trip to the local village pub 'The Olde Coach House Inn'.

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Olde Coach House Inn (0.08 miles)

Olde Coach House Inn
The Olde Coach House is home to 6 brand new, en suite bedrooms, relaxing bar areas and a contemporary restaurant. Set in the village of Ashby St.Ledger, the guest house is located on the A361 just ... More | visit website
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Days Inn Watford Gap (1.66 miles)

Days Inn Watford Gap
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Braunston Mill Country Retreats (2.37 miles)

Braunston Mill Country Retreats

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Welcome to Braunston Mill & Mill Cottage.Why book a room when you can have the whole building!In the Heart of England stands Braunston Mill along with Mill Cottage. Situated in ... More

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Ibis Rugby East (2.78 miles)

Ibis Rugby East

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The Ibis Rugby East hotel is located in the centre of England, easily accessible from the M1 motorway and close to the Convention Centre, the Exhibition Centre, Althorp House and ... More

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Murcott Mill Farmhouse (2.96 miles)

Murcott Mill Farmhouse
Murcott Mill is a wonderful Georgian Mill house, close to a tributary of the Nene River. The house has been in the family of the owners since it was originally built to mill grain in ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn Rugby Northampton M1 (3.07 miles)

Holiday Inn Rugby Northampton M1

The Holiday Inn Rugby / Northampton hotel can be found a 15 minute drive to the east of Rugby in the pleasant village of Crick. Due to its ideal location, the Rugby hotel boasts great views ... More | visit website

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Hillmorton Manor (4.15 miles)

Hillmorton Manor

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A charming building, over 100 years old, The Hillmorton Manor boasts a unique and timely character. Set in the leafy surroundings of the village of Hillmorton, it is an ideal ... More

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Shepherds Row (4.22 miles)

Shepherds Row
Shepherds Row is situated in the attractive Northamptonshire village of West Haddon on the A428. Approximately 4 miles from Junction 18 of the M1, we are also close to the A14/M6 interchange and the A5. ... More | visit website
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Staverton Park Hotel (4.61 miles)

Staverton Park Hotel

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Easily accessible from the M1, M6, M40, and Birmingham Airport, the hotel is one of the Midlandsí top locations and presents itself as the ideal venue for training and conferences. Set in ... More

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Drayton Lodge (4.61 miles)

Drayton Lodge

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Drayton Lodge is a secluded Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast set 1 mile from the centre of Daventry in beautiful rolling countryside. All rooms are ensuite with Wi Fi Connections, colour ... More

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