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Daventry Hotels and Guest Houses

Staverton Park Hotel & Golf Club
Daventry Road, Staverton, Daventry, NN11 6JT
   +44 (0)1327 302000
Single from: £62.10
Double from: £204.00
per room per night
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Fawsley Hall Hotel
Fawsley, Daventry, NN11 3BA
   +44 (0)1327 892000
Single from: £133.00
Double from: £525.00
per room per night
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Hellidon Lakes Hotel
Hellidon, Daventry, NN11 6GG
   +44 (0)1327 262550
Single from: £78.30
Double from: £132.00
per room per night
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Heart of England
High Street, Weedon, Daventry, NN7 4QD
   +44 (0)1327 340335
Single from: £45.00
Double from: £50.00
per room per night
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Simpson's Apartments
Accommodation at Different Addresses, Daventry, NN11 4HJ
   +44 (0)1327 878797
Single from: £55.00
Double from: £55.00
per room per night
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Mercure Daventry Court Hotel
Sedgemoor Way, Daventry, BD5 8HZ
   +44 (0)845 744 4123
Single from: £50.00
Double from: £120.00
per room per night
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The Clock Tower
The Clock Tower, Lower Catesby, Northants, Daventry, NN11 6LF
   +44 (0)1327 706987
Single from: £85.00
Double from: £85.00
per room per night
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Other accommodation near Daventry

With a population of just over twenty thousand people, Daventry is by no means a metropolis. This figure, however, may be a bit misleading. If one includes the whole Daventry district in the tally, the population swiftly and effortlessly balloons to over seventy thousand people. All the same, Daventry won't quickly be mistaken for London any time soon but the fact of the matter is that, with its handy placement near the M1 motorway as well as its close distance to Northampton and Rugby, the city is most definitely one that deserves respect and accolades.

One thing that Daventry doesn't have (and this is a very curious fact) is a railway station. In an age when even many of the smallest and most impoverished towns in England at least have a railroad to their names, Daventry is a bit of an anomaly in this respect. Either way, the fact of the matter is that Daventry once in fact did have its very own railway known as "The Gusher". This gusher apparently ran dry in 1958 but the city's weekly newspaper still bears the name of the eponymous engine. Daventry is so close to some of the most important highways in England, though, that many people could care less about the lack of railway transportation. After all, the M1 can take a person to London in less than forty minutes on a good day! Besides, Daventry needs all the railroad space it can get for the city's exporting and distribution trade. The Daventry International Railfreight Terminal is far and away one of the most important pieces of glue in England's transport business and it has made Daventry one of the most esteemed warehouse and distribution cities in the nation.

Daventry is also one of the most important and influential towns in terms of radio broadcasting. Few other cities have been at the forefront of this technology like Daventry and, though radio is now a dying relic, the city still proudly boasts of its radio-related roots. BBC radio (formed long before the television channels of the same name) was formed in 1925 on Borough Hill just outside Daventry's city limits. Daventry was deemed the perfect place to set up this burgeoning new technology because of its strategic location betwixt Wales and England. The BBC Empire Service began to be broadcast from this exact spot in 1932 and, in 1935, the station was the site of the first ever demonstration of the brand new technological innovation known as radar. These days, sadly, the radio station is no more and only one of the towers that once spread information and wonder throughout England is still standing. This, however, seems to be the perfect example of what Daventry means to its citizens and its neighbors. Always at the forefront of innovation and technology, Daventry sometimes moves too fast or gets too far ahead of itself in its unending quest for the next level or the next big thing. Sometimes Daventry gets a bit lost in the wilderness but, to its credit, the town is usually the only one out there blazing the trails.

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