market town and civil parish in Northamptonshire, England

Daventry is in Northamptonshire.

High Street, Daventry



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The mid 16th-century Canons Ashby House

As well as the Market Place and Churches

  • 1 Burton Memorial. Tall gothic memorial erected in 1908.
  • 2 Moot Hall.    
  • 3 Daventry Museum, 3 New street. Volunteer run local museum.
  • 4 Canons Ashby House (11 miles south of Daventry). Tudor manor house set in rare terraced gardens, managed by the National Trust.    
  • 5 Borough Hill Roman villa. Borough Hill Roman villa is located on the north tip of Borough Hill, a prominent hill near the town. The villa’s remains lie within the ramparts of an Iron Age fortress which covers the summit of the hill. The remains of the Roman villa were discovered in 1823 and were in 1852.    
  • 6 Holy Cross Church. Holy Cross was built between 1752 and 1758 by William Hiorne and his brother David, who were architects and builders based in Warwick. It was built at a cost of £3,468 raised by public subscription, to replace the previous church at the site which had decayed. The design of the church was said to have been modelled on St Giles in the Fields in London. It is constructed of the local ironstone.    
  • 1 Daventry Country Park.    
  • There are Aldi, Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets in town centre.
  • 1 Sracen's Head, 1 Brook Street. Wetherspoon's pub with food.







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Routes through Daventry
LeicesterRugby  N   S  NorthamptonLondon
Rugby  NW   SE  TowcesterMilton Keynes
CoventryRugby  NW   SE  merges with  

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