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Postcode: NN11 | code search
Population: 650
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Maltsters Country Inn
"we went to the maltsters at easter for sunday lunch,a walk in the woods,and then back to the pub for one of their fantastic homemade cream teas on easter sunday ..." More

Maltsters Country Inn
"The Maltsters Country Inn at badby has new owners, I called in for sunday lunch the atmosphere and friendly staff were fantastic, they have really improved the pub and their ..." More

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Set in rural Northamptonshire, in the district of Daventry, the village of Badby is a charming stone village featuring ironstone and thatch cottages set alongside the famous bluebell woods. The earliest known recorded reference to the village comes from a Saxon land charter dating from 944AD, which records the village as 'Badden Byrig'. It is recorded in the Domesday Book that the village belonged to the church and was known as 'Badebi'. Indeed history tells us that the land in this area was used by Abbot Godric II to buy protection against the threatening Danes. He leased Badby in 1006 for 100 years to Norman, a great military officer under King Edred. The Danes attacked successfully in 1013 under King Sweyn, who was soon succeeded by his son Canute. In 1016 Norman was killed and in 1017 King Canute executed Edred. Canute later transferred Badby to Norman's brother, Earl Leofric, who had supported Canute and was married to the famous Lady Godiva. Earl Leofric gave the lordship of the manor of Badby and Newnham to the Benedictine Abbey of Evesham. This was ratified by King Canute and the Anglo-Saxons and the Danes began to settle together at last. Visitors today can find a warm welcome at the 17th century Windmill Inn at Badby, offering food, drink and rooms with en-suite.

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Fawsley Hall (0.40 miles)

Fawsley Hall

'The stately homes of England. How beautiful they stand.'

So sang Noel Coward and without doubt Fawsley Hall could have been his inspiration.

Now a hotel, surrounded by rolling parkland, this magnificent Tudor Manor House, with ... More | visit website
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Drayton Lodge (1.09 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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The Granary Hotel (1.55 miles)

The Granary Hotel
The Granary Hotel in Daventry: Opened in 2007, the Granary Hotel in Daventry is a conversion of a grade II listed farm building to a boutique residential conference centre and 10 bedroom hideaway which seamlessly ... More | visit website
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Staverton Park Hotel (1.72 miles)

Staverton Park Hotel

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

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Hellidon Lakes (2.83 miles)

Hellidon Lakes
Hellidon Lakes Golf & Spa Hotel is a truly splendid resort hotel, set in 220 acres of delightful rolling countryside on the borders of Warwickshire and Northamptonshire. All 110 bedrooms and suites are tastefully furnished ... More | visit website
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Hollybush Inn (4.20 miles)

Hollybush Inn

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Situated in the Centre of the beautiful picturesque village of Priors Marston, the Hollybush emanates all that is “the perfect English Inn” with fantastically cooked fresh quality dining, 3 real ... More

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Braunston Mill Country Retreats (4.44 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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Premier Inn Daventry (4.54 miles)

Premier Inn Daventry
Ideally positioned within easy reach of Northampton, Silverstone and Rugby. For shops and local amenities Daventry town centre is only 6 miles away. Our Daventry Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every ... More | visit website
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Globe Hotel (4.55 miles)

Globe Hotel

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The Globe Hotel is a 19th Century Coaching Inn with 18 en-suite bedrooms, a public bar and restaurant The Globe Hotel is privately owned and operated and its location & informality ... More

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Olde Coach House Inn (5.41 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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