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Rugby, Dunchurch

The Dun Cow
The GreenDunchurchRugbyCV22 6NJ
Tel: 0845 11 26 073

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If you're looking for some country village charm, this attractive lodge has it by the bucket-load. Offering some of the most welcoming accommodation in Warwickshire, it's a beautiful place to sit back and relax. It's also an ideal base for visiting Coventry and Leamington Spa.

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Facilities

  • Iron and Board
  • Onsite Parking
  • Direct-Dial Telephone
  • Flat Screen TV and Freeview
  • Free WiFi
  • Hot Breakfast
  • Meeting room 16 seats

Contact us: 08451 551 551

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By Road

  • You can reach us easily from the M6 via Junction 1 by taking the A426, or Junction 1 of the M45/A45 by taking the B4429
  • You'll find the lodge at The Dun Cow Vintage Inn, at the crossroads of the A426 (Southam Road) with the B4429 (Daventry Road)

By Rail

  • Rugby Station is just 4 miles north with a 10-minute connection to Coventry and a 40-minute connection to Birmingham New Street
  • The closest airport is Birmingham (23 miles west), which is just off Junction 6 of the M42

Rugby Station: 3.9 miles

Birmingham International Airport: 23 miles

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If you're looking for some country village charm, this attractive lodge has it by the bucket-load. Offering some of the most welcoming accommodation in Warwickshire, it's a beautiful place to sit back and relax. It's also an ideal base for visiting Coventry and Leamington Spa.

The lodge has 16 comfy en-suite rooms and a cosy pub with a crackling log-fire. So you're in just the right spot to tuck into heart-warming, seasonal food and well-kept cask ales.

With its village green, stocks and historic features, Dunchurch has a fascinating heritage - mainly due it being an important staging post for hundreds of years. Notable visitors include Guy Fawkes, Princess Victoria, the poet Longfellow, the highwayman Dick Turpin and Winston Churchill.

Now a designated conservation area, it's close to several popular attractions. Lose yourself in Coombe Country Park, take a tour of the famous Rugby school - birthplace of the eponymous game - or explore the 10 managed acres of Ryton Organic Gardens.