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Daventry in Northamptonshire

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Visit Daventry and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:

Daventry, Northamptonshire. This ancient town, whose major industry in the 18th century was whip-making.

It still retains some of its past, however, with pleasant Georgian houses, the Roman Catholic church which was once the old grammar school of 1600, two inns of note, the Saracen's Head and the Wheatsheaf, and the tall, ironstone 18th-century Moot Hall.

Daventry was an important coaching town in the 18th century, for it lies on four main roads. It has been a market town since 1255 and dates back to the Iron Age, as is evidenced by the camp on Borough Hill, North of the town. Borough Hill is 650 ft above sea-level and from its highest point may be seen seven counties. Nearby is the spot where Charles I's army camped during the Civil War, before the Battle of Naseby. The King spent several nights at the Wheatsheaf Inn.

The Church of the Holy Cross is mid-l8th-century, made of ironstone with a bulky tower and a solid steeple. In each of its aisles is a gallery, hidden behind Tuscan columns. The roof is groined, and the richly-coloured Resurrection reredos shows the Archangels Raphael and Gabriel.

Nearby cities: Northampton

Nearby towns: Banbury, Brackley, Northampton, Rugby, Towcester

Nearby villages: Braunston, Lower Shuckburgh, Long Buckby, Middleton Cheney, Napton on the Hill, Weedon Bec, Welton

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Accommodation in Daventry:

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Murcott Mill
Murcott Mill offers bed and breakfast near Northampton. Built c.1760, our Georgian Mill house is on a rural working farm with breathtaking views. Wifi; tea and coffee making facilities; TV in all rooms; lounge with log fire; pets welcome by arrangement; local fishing can be arranged; off road, safe, ample parking. Visit the majestic stately homes, gardens, castles and Naseby.

Foxhall Farmhouse
Foxhall Farmhouse is a 16th century farmhouse situated in the tranquil village of Charwelton in Northamptonshire. An ideal B&B accommodation in a separate annex which is attached to the farmhouse. Guests have their own private entrance through a small courtyard. We have two double rooms, one twin and a single.