Rugby

Properties available in Rugby:

  • Stowe Drive, Rugby, Warwickshire
    Amenities: Allows:
    • Boiler,
    • Dishwasher,
    • DVD Player,
    • Fridge,
    • Microwave,
    • Sky Digital,
    • Toaster,
    • Washer/Dryer,
    • Widescreen TV
    n/a
    Monthly rate: Occupancy: Parking:
    £400.00 to £500.00 On and off-road
  • Rockingham House, Clifton Road, Rugby
    Amenities: Allows:
    • Boiler,
    • Dishwasher,
    • DVD Player,
    • Fridge,
    • Microwave,
    • Toaster,
    • Washer/Dryer,
    • Widescreen TV
    n/a
    Monthly rate: Occupancy: Parking:
    £350.00 to £500.00 On and off-road
  • The Old Rectory, Clifton Road, Rugby
    Amenities: Allows:
    • Boiler,
    • Dishwasher,
    • DVD Player,
    • Fridge,
    • Microwave,
    • Toaster,
    • Washer/Dryer,
    • Widescreen TV
    n/a
    Monthly rate: Occupancy: Parking:
    £365.00 to £495.00 On and off-road
  • Murray Road, Rugby, Warwickshire
    Amenities: Allows:
    • Boiler,
    • Dishwasher,
    • DVD Player,
    • Fridge,
    • Microwave,
    • Television,
    • Toaster,
    • Washer/Dryer,
    • Widescreen TV
    n/a
    Monthly rate: Occupancy: Parking:
    £360.00 to £500.00 Off-road

Rugby

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North of both Warwick with its medieval Castle and Historic Stratford upon Avon birthplace of William Shakespeare, Rugby is in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside between Coventry and Northampton.

Rugby has become a popular base for commuters with it's fast rail link to London Euston (50 mins) and proximity on the UK motorway network. Rugby is fast becoming a major distribution hub and the nearby 'Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal' (DIRFT) is constantly expanding and taking full advantage of it's central location.

Rugby is home to one of England’s oldest and most prestigious public schools and today it’s still recognized as the leading co-educational boarding school in the country, Rugby School. Legend says it’s here that William Webb-Ellis ‘first ran with the ball’ and the game of Rugby Football was born. It was undeniably the inspiration behind Tom Brown’s school days written by another former Rugby Schoolboy, Author Thomas Hughes.

See our executive rooms to let in Rugby.

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