30 Jul

Enjoy the delights of Rugby

Enjoy the delights of Rugby

It may be most famous for birthing the sport that shares its name, but there is plenty more to Rugby than just the oval ball.

This former market town has retained its close-knit feel and is renowned for its friendly atmosphere.

You can stock up on all of your locally-sourced essentials at the monthly farmer’s market, another way in which Rugby has kept and cultivated its excellent sense of community spirit.

Fine dining is also on offer via the popular Summersault restaurant which is located on the High Street. Those keen on Mexican food may wish to instead drop in at La Casa Loco where they will find hickory smoked rack ribs, Cajun chicken breast, sizzling fajitas and much more on the menu. For a more traditional bite to eat the Bear at Bilton pub would be a good option.

Commuters into the city may also be keen to look out for property for sale in Rugby, as it is less than 50 minutes on the train from the town into the heart of London. Easy access to the M1 and M6 also makes it a good choice for those heading into work by car.

Parents will also be pleased to read of the glowing reputation attached to Rugby School. This co-educational boarding school was founded in 1567 and currently teaches 810 students at its Lawrence Sherriff Street campus.

Popular parts of Rugby for settling down include the sleepy village of Birdingbury, found in the south west of Rugby, and Dunchurch which is situated just on the outskirts of town.

Those looking to buy property in Rugby will also find a wide range of prices, as this Warwickshire town is well-equipped with everything from town centre flats for first time buyers to opulent five bedroom properties out in the villages.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801822864-ADNFCR

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