Brownsover Hall Hotel
Brownsover Hall Hotel


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Tel code: 01788 | code search
Postcode: CV21 | code search
Population: 91000
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The market town of Rugby is situated in beautiful Warwickshire, in the heart of the Midlands.
At the time of the Great Domesday Survey Rugby was known as 'Rochberie' - 'roche' meaning stone and 'berie' an important place.
The excellent railway and motorway network, Grand Union and Oxford Canals, situated on Rugby's doorstep, have all played their part in Rugby's rapid growth.
However, Rugby is known as the birthplace of rugby, a game played and enjoyed worldwide, enthusiasts can visit the unique rugby football heritage within the town and follow the ' Pathway to Fame' trail.
Visitors to the town, experience Rugby's very special ambience, as history mingles with the present day. The delightful floral displays in Caldecott Park, provide a relaxing diversion, whilst shoppers experience everything from traditional old -world charm, to High Street names.
The magic of outdoor markets held in the heart of the town, and the rural charm of Monthly Farmer's Markets, is a welcome return to the joys of shopping in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Rugby football fan or not, Rugby School can't fail to impress with its beautiful buildings, a tour of the School and School Museum is highly recommended. Ex-scholars include author Lewis Carroll, poet Rupert Brooke, actor Anthony Quayle.
Other famous Rugbians include; Sir Frank Whittle who developed the jet engine here, Sir Norman Lockyer astronomer and scientist and Sir Denis Gabor developed the theory of Holograms here.
Art lovers can relish in Rugby's renowned collection of contemporary art, housed alongside Rugby's Tripontium collection of Roman artefacts, in the impressive Art Gallery, Museum & Library.


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Rugby School and Museum
Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum


Premier Inn Rugby North (M6 Jct1) *book online*
Premier Inn Rugby North (Newbold) *book online*
Travelodge Rugby Dunchurch *book online*


Lodge Farm Campsite
Sherwood Farm
Woodbine Farm

Caravan Park

Lairhillock Park

Care Home

Overslade House


Cineworld Multiplex Cinema


Dance - C.A.T.S.
Yoga - Sivananda


Rugby Borough Council


High Street Dental Practice
Moezzi & Rahnama
Paddox Dental Practice


Central Surgery
Clifton Road Surgery

Dunchurch Surgery
Westside Medical Centre
Whitehall Medical Practice

Estate Agent

Brown & Cockerill
Cawood Jefferies
Clarkson Estate Agents
Greenwood Independent Estate Agents
Newman Estate Agents
Precise Property Search Services

Farmers Market

Rugby Farmers Market

Golf Club

Rugby Golf Club
Whitefields Golf Club

Health and Fitness Club

LA Fitness


Golden Lion Inn
The Holly Bush Inn
Three Horseshoes Hotel


Rugby Country Market
Rugby Farmers Market
Rugby Market

Rugby Town FC Supporters Car Boot

Performing Arts


Pub and Bar

Crow Pie
Denbigh Arms Hotel
Legend Public House
Olde Coach House Inn
Peacock Inn
Prince Of Wales
Queens Head
Rugby Tavern
Stag & Pheasant Inn
The Bulls Head
Three Cranes
Wheeltapper Inn
William Webb Ellis


Butlers Leap
Carlton Hotel & Restaurant
Coopers Restaurant
Denbigh Arms Hotel

La Casa Loco
La Margherita
Maharaja Indian Restaurant
Olde Coach House Inn
Queens Head
Regent Restaurant
River Avon
Stag & Pheasant Inn


Bilton Grange
Crescent School
Princethorpe College
Rugby School


Fredrick Fuller & Son
Heenan Solicitors
Stephen Moore & Co


Alpha Cars

Bees Knees Private Hire Ltd
People Express Taxis Ltd
Sean's Taxi


Rainsbrook Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Dunchurch & Bilton CC (Cricket)
Moulton Basketball Club (Basketball)
Newbold on Avon CC (Cricket)
Newbold-on-Avon R.F.C. (Rugby Union)
Old Laurentians RFC (Rugby Union)
Rugby Polo Club (Polo)
Rugby Racing CC (Cycling)


Hunts Bookshop
Book Express
Webb Ellis Ltd
Polly's Plants & Flowers

Wyevale Garden Centre
Village Farm Nursery
Tebbs Garden Centre
Whiskers & Tails
Twisted Halo Promotions
Whaley Chemist
Blackham Opticians
Sheep Street Cobblers
World of Difference
J D Sports
Malt Kiln Farm Shop
Feldon Forest Farm
The Wholefood Shop
Wild & Free
H Samuel
Rugby Health Foods
T K Maxx
Halsey & Creery Opticians
Hallmark Cards
Tebbs Garden Centre
The Entertainer


The Old Forge
Tower Antiques
Pets At Home


Willow Farm Equestrian Centre(Riding)

Places to Stay near Rugby

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Three Horseshoes Hotel (0.20 miles)

Three Horseshoes Hotel

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The Three Horse Shoes Hotel is the ideal base to enjoy the many delights of Warwickshire. With its central location, The Hotel is a stone's throw from the main shopping ... More

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Carlton Hotel & Restaurant (0.29 miles)

Carlton Hotel & Restaurant
Located in the heart of Rugby town centre, The Carlton Hotel & Restaurant has been a family run hotel for nearly 30 years.

With boutique guest accommodation and delicious, home cooked, silver service cuisine, you are guaranteed ... More | visit website
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Widdington House (0.45 miles)

Widdington House

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A warm welcome awaits you at Widdington House from your hosts Heather and Alun. They have refurbished this beautiful Victorian house to a high standard and retained the original features ... More

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Diamond House Hotel (0.48 miles)

Diamond House Hotel

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The Diamond House Hotel is a privately - run Hotel, offering the best in comfort and customer care. The Diamond Hotel has wonderful facilities throughout, to help you enjoy your stay ... More

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Grosvenor Hotel (0.51 miles)

Grosvenor Hotel

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This comfortable and friendly, privately owned hotel offers a high standard of accommodation with individually styled en suite rooms. The hotel is only a 5 minute walk from the town centre and ... More

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The Holly Bush Inn (0.60 miles)

The Holly Bush Inn

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Rugby is located a drop off the motorway network, lying adjacent to the M1, M6 and the M45, its position makes it desirable if you are visiting, Coventry, Warwick, Rugby ... More

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Premier Inn Rugby North (Newbold) (1.28 miles)

Premier Inn Rugby North (Newbold)

On the outskirts of the historic market town of Rugby, less than 2 miles (3.2 km) from the very heart of the town centre, the hotel offers great value, with free parking and spacious, modern ... More | visit website

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Brownsover Hall Hotel (1.32 miles)

Brownsover Hall Hotel

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Brownsover Hall Hotel is a Grade II listed Victorian Gothic mansion nestling in 7 acres of woodland and garden. This magnificent building has a dramatic interior with sweeping staircase and ... More

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Premier Inn Rugby North (M6 Jct1) (2.05 miles)

Within easy reach of the M6. For shops and local amenities Rugby town centre is 1.5 miles away, Coventry city centre is just 7 miles away. Attractions include a local market, Ricoh Coventry City football ... More | visit website
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Hillmorton Manor (2.16 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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