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Visitors to this Warwickshire town usually wish to stay in reasonably priced rooms to let in the very heart of the city close to the market place that is filled with historic buildings that reflect the importance of the town in the Victorian era.
Cheap Accommodation in Rugby Town Centre
Hotels near Rugby Train Station
Getting to the town centre of Rugby Warwickshire UK
Getting to the center of town is simple with the excellent road and railway links bringing visitors to all the areas of the city and its town centre. Located in the very heart of England, Birmingham airport is linked directly to the central train station and provides easy access to most accommodation types in the town, and links the area to north west England and central London.
No matter what form of bed and breakfast or cheap hotels a visitor chooses, the large amount of public transport makes it easy to get around the area and into the city of Birmingham with its excellent Bull Ring shopping district.
Many local cities and towns can be explored from a base in Rugby, including Coventry, Leicester city centre and historic Leamington Spa. For a slower pace, but one that provides the most picturesque options is to explore the amazing Oxford Canal that runs between the Thames in Oxford and Coventry via the market town. Northampton accommodation is also within easy reach.
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Accommodation provide easy access to the historic town centre, train station, and nearby school, which is famous around the World for being the place where rugby football was invented. One of the major reasons for staying in hotels or b&b’s in the town is to visit the amazing school museum, which has details of the links to the sport and the famous novel Tom Brown’s Schooldays.
A further museum is dedicated to the history of the sport which now bears the name of this small, but historic market city.
Other options for staying in and around Rugby include the chance to stay in one or more of the many bed and breakfast lodgings offered in the villages and suburbs of the area. These include the historic Dunchurch village that sits on the borders of the town and is well known for its ancient buildings and links to Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot.
Dunchurch becomes the focus of the people of the area each year when a statue in the centre of the village is dressed in different clothes to represent popular events and is adorned with clothing as part of an annual Christmas tradition.
Looking for hotels close to Town Centre
Check our cheapest rates for cheap 3 star rated The Three Horse Shoes Hotel. This cheaper town center accommodation is close to the main shopping area and DIRFT Crick. The property boasts also a well equipped conference/meeting room ideally suited to your business meeting or private party.
Hotels just off M1 motorway
Situated just off the M1 motorway with good access to the M6 is low budget 2 star Ibis Rugby East. This inexpensive property offers free parking and en suite guest rooms at great-value rates. The hotel lies just off junction 18 of the M1.
Looking for a cheap place to stay ?
An excellent affordable place to stay is low cost 3 star Diamond House Hotel. This cheaper accommodation has a great location just 5 minutes’ walk from the town centre and Rugby School. Generous full English breakfasts are served daily.
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Hotels near Rugby Train Station
Address of Railway Station : Station Approach, Rugby Warwickshire CV21 3LA, England UK
Main central rail station of the town providing frequent train connections Coventry, Milton Keynes central station, Nuneaton and London Euston.
The station is served by trains operated by London Midland and Virgin Trains.
Affordable accommodation near Rugby railway station
Rugby in Warwickshire England UK
Location : this town is located in central England.
Rugby lies on the Birmingham – London train line. The nearest major airports are Birmingham International and Coventry Airport.
Region : West Midlands region.
County : Warwickshire
Touristic sights and attractions within easy reach
St Andrew’s Church
(Church Street, CV21 3PT United Kingdom)
St Andrew’s Church has stood in the center of town since the 14th century. Nowadays all that remains of the earlier church is the West Tower.
St Maries Roman Catholic Church
(Oak St, Warwickshire CV22 5EL, United Kingdom)
Well-known landmark of the town. The spire of the church is the tallest in the county.
Rugby School Museum
(Horton Crescent, CV22 5DJ United Kingdom)
Art gallery and very interesting museum steeped in fascinating history. Well worth a visit.
(Newbold Road, Warwickshire CV21 2LN, United Kingdom)
Exhibition, conference and music venue located in town centre. It offers a variety of music, comedy and performing arts.
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