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County - Warwickshire | Map
Tel code: 01827 | code search
Postcode: CV9 | code search
Population: 11400
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Birthplace of:
Nehemiah Grew
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Folk Customs:
Ilmington Apple Walk
Knightlow Wroth Silver
Wardmote of the Woodmen of Arden

Atherstone Events

Atherstone Heritage Motorshow

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Barge & Bridge
"Had a very warm welcome here when daughter and I visited one evening whilst on passage along the nearby canal.

Date visited: Oct 2010 ..." More

Chapel House Hotel
"Bad Points: Chef Patron served breakfast wearing dirty whites and not over sociable, restaurant was rather rowdy we opted to dine elsewhere. Room decor was rather dated. Cutlery and ..." More

Atherstone Red Lion Hotel
"We stayed just the one night. We had booked a standard double room but were surprised to find ourselves in a king size four poster room!, we were only ..." More

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Located in North Warwickshire and close to the border of Staffordshire and Leicestershire is the town of Atherstone with Watling Street running through the centre of the town. It can trace its history back to Roman times and nearby to the town is the old Roman settlement of MANDVESSEDVM at Mancetter near Atherstone and lay just to the south east of the crossing of the River Anker. Atherstone was a Saxon settlement, referred to in the Domesday Book as Aderstone and just before the Norman Conquest large tracts of land were given to Countess Godiva. It is from around the 12th century that the church of St Marys is dated and it is to be found just off the Market Square in the town with its Georgian houses overlooking the square. Today the village of Atherstone has all the local amenities that are necessary for day to day living with the added benefit of a superbly picturesque location, the architecture in the village centre offers a glimpse through history whilst a stroll along the Coventry Canal locks with the occasional stop off at one of the local hostelries can prove most rewarding.


Twycross Zoo


Gopsall Hall Farm
Trout Ponds Farm

Caravan Park

Lime Tree Caravan Park


Dance - Sharla Academy of Dance


The Worx Nightclub


North Warwickshire Borough Council


Dental Practice
Dental Surgery


Alam SZ
The Surgery

Estate Agent

Bairstow Eves Central Ltd
Lewis & Co

Golf Club



Atherstone Red Lion Hotel
Red Lion


Atherstone Market

Pub and Bar

Angel Inn
Atherstone Red Lion Hotel

Barge & Bridge
Kings Head
New Dolphin Inn
Old Swan
Plough Inn
Three Tuns
White Bear


Alom Tandoori Restaurant
Atherstone Red Lion Hotel
Bentley Brasserie
Blue Boar Inn
Chapel House


Twycross House School


Garner Canning & Co


Atherstone Taxis
K Kabs & Couriers
Triple A Taxis of Atherstone Ltd


Oakfield Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Atherstone (Men's Hockey)

Atherstone (Women's Hockey)
Atherstone Town CC (Cricket)


Country Flowers
Dobbies Garden
Durnos Nursery
Throckmortons Bookshop
The Sit-A-While Bookshop and Tearoom
Whitehouse & Son
Atherstone Gallery


The Riddings Fishery(Fishing)

Places to Stay near Atherstone

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The Old House (0.42 miles)

The Old House

Ideally situated in the charming village of Witherley, with access to the M1, M6, M40, M42 & M69 motorway network within 30 minutes. The Old House Bed & Breakfast offers a warm welcome with the ... More | visit website

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Chapel House Hotel (0.42 miles)

Chapel House Hotel

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This privately owned and run stylish Georgian town house benefits from an AA rosette ŕ la carte restaurant serving modern European food.

Located just off the A5 between Nuneaton and Tamworth, Chapel ... More

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Mythe Farm B & B (1.03 miles)

Mythe Farm B & B
Comfortable farmhouse bed and breakfast near Atherstone. Located on the Warwickshire / Leicestershire border in the heart of England Mythe Farm has 3 well appointed bed and breakfast rooms.  Ideally situated in the beautiful countryside ... More | visit website
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Red Lion (1.43 miles)

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A warm welcome awaits you at our country inn. The Red Lion is a warm and friendly inn tucked away in the beautiful English countryside of Warwickshire and on the ... More

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Millers Hotel (3.30 miles)

Millers Hotel
The Millers Hotel Sibson near Nuneaton sits in the Warwickshire Hamlet of Sibson near Nuneaton, Tamworth and Hinckley with easy access via A444 and A5 and M42 Junction 10. The Millers Hotel is a beautifully ... More | visit website
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Fosters Yard Hotel (4.21 miles)

Fosters Yard Hotel

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Grade II listed Tudor hotel in the heart of the Midlands,with easy access to all forms of leisure activities. Come and enjoy the traditional British Pub,and take a meal in our ... More

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Manor Hotel (4.44 miles)

Manor Hotel

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The hotel is situated in a fantastic location with all local amenities within walking distance. I/2 mile from the market town centre. The hotel is run on a self catering ... More

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Abbey Grange Hotel (4.51 miles)

Abbey Grange Hotel

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The Abbey Grange is an independent hotel. A warm friendly welcome is extended by brothers Pierre and Martin Shirley. It is located close to the centre of Nuneaton (a 5 ... More

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Travelodge Tamworth M42 (4.71 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Tamworth South (4.97 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M42. Convenient for the airport, this Premier Inn is just 11 miles from Birmingham International Airport. Situated just 1.5 miles from Wilnecote train station. Our Tamworth South Premier Inn ... More | visit website

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